500 Series Modules

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Originally launched in late 2011 and updated in 2013 as the Anniversary Edition, it set the standard for 73s in 500 Series format, as it is essentially a reformatted 80 Series one .

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Incredibly popular since its introduction in 2013, it remains one of the most popular microphone preamps in its class. Ideal for engineers tracking without eq, or in combination with the ´73EQJR, the Heritage ´73JR will bring that round bottom end with the exact amount of harmonic distortion. Not surprisingly it has turned into a first choice bass DI as well.

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Essentially a 1073 module in line mode, it has become a perfect pair with the ´73JR. It is also a favorite in MCM8 mixing setups, where its round bass, silky highs and inductor based mids delivers that classic sound into your mixes.

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Bringing the classic diode bridge based compression to the 500 series, along with a full class A output stage, this double wide module can also double as a 1073 style microphone amplifier when compression not needed, making it usable 100% of the studio time.

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This new product is Heritage´s entry into the Internet of Things and anticipates a whole new, additional line of products to the already acclaimed analog classics.

No other current product, be it 500 series, rack or other format, has the features of the BT-500, which finally solves the connectivity problems of mobile devices in a professional studio environment.

Carefully engineered to match the sonic character and performance of their 80 series big brothers, HA 500 series modules employ the same key components.
Internally running on +24 volt instead of +-16v by means of a specially designed, very soft start power supply board, Heritage 500 series modules have the same exact headroom and distortion characteristics as their 80 Series equivalents, ensuring nothing is missing.