RuffRecords REDD EQ

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RuffRecords REDD EQ
Ian Bell's REDD EQ project is a recreation of the EQ section of consoles bearing the same name, found in Abbey Road Studios in the '60s. Although the original REDD consoles were tube-based, the EQs themselves employed passive LC (inductor-capacitor) filter networks. RuffRecords' circuit contains no makeup gain, which will have to be provided by the builder (RuffRecords offers a "Poor Man's Tube Gain Makeup" PCB as an option). Although the project was intended for use in a traditional 19" enclosure or as a custom console module, its design bears the 51x/500-series footprint in mind, and can be adapted to that format using a 500-series L-bracket. <a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-5496" alt="ruffrecords redd eq passive abbey road recording analog diy" src="" width="300" height="261" /></a> <strong>REDD EQ Features:</strong> <ul> <li>Treble and bass boost/cut from original REDD design,</li> <li>Additional "Brilliance" control from RS127</li> </ul> <strong>Price:</strong> <ul> <li><strong>9GBP</strong> for EQ PCB</li> <li><strong>3.75GBP </strong>for Grayhill switch header PCB (x3)</li> <li><strong>5GBP </strong>for Poor Man's Tube Gain Makeup PCB (if other method of makeup gain is not substituted)</li> </ul> <strong>More Information:</strong> <ul> <li>View the <a href="">Assembly</a> document</li> <li>View the <a href="">concept/support thread </a>on GroupDIY</li> <li>PCBs available from the <a href="">RuffRecords online store</a></li> </ul>

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