Four pole relay card used for source/destination switching and logic functions. Includes a four input nand gate.
Custom Orphan Audio rackmount with optional preamp controls and Class-A Di added.
Special 3-channel version – custom built for some very early MGM 3-track film re-recording consoles.
The EQ444 was developed just after the 333. It was a 4-band version of the 333 with semi-parametric functions and was principally used in the custom music and film recording consoles. The EQ444X is a special version.
Originally designed and used in the Coronado Ventura and Pacifica Stock-series recording consoles, this item became popular as a console EQ for custom music and film recording in the mid 70’s to 80’s. Eventually there will be a updated version designed and manufactured. The 333C is a special version made for two large-format recording consoles. …
The 248 Console was designed in the mid 80’s as a cost effective modular console system aimed at radio television and small recording studio market. This design maintained many of the original design principles that Quad Eight developed over the years, but eliminated some of the more its expensive components in order to make it…
Currently in a private studio in Pasadena, California.