A full set of PCBs that allows you to make a DIY version of the famous vintage british class-A mic preamp (without line input and EQ swctions). This version of the preamplifier is also known as 1290.
Here are the key differences of our 1290 PCBs:
- No solder mask - the original units did not have it.
- Point-to-point board connections wiring where possible - as in the vintage modules.
- Each board has independent power regulator for minimum crosstalk and interaction between channels.
These PCBs are intended to be used in our 4-channel frame system and take up one slot space. We suggest installing no more than two modules if using internal PSU.