EQ550P | Passive Valve Two Bands Equalizer
- Inspired by Famous Valve Passive EQ
- Hybrid Tube Class A Gain Stage
- Two Bands Shelf EQ Operation
- Separate Control for Boost and Cut
- 3 Frequency Settings for HF Band
- 3 Frequency Settings for LF Band
- Vintage NOS Discrete Components
- Output Coupled with Custom HRK Transformer
- Class A Discrete Output Transformer Driver
- JJ Electronics ECC83 Dual Triode Tube
- On-Board Voltage 500 Rack PSU Filters
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The EQ550P is a Passive Tube based 2 Band Shelf Equaliser inspired by the famous Pultec design.
Each Band has a separate Boost and Cut Control which allows creating the sophisticated EQ curves.
Each Boost or Cut control has three different and independent frequency settings which give a total of 9 setting combinations per Band.
The Passive filter section changes the EQ curve by attenuating the signal. The ECC83 gain stage restores the signal to the nominal level adding the combination of harmonics and transients.
The EQ550P is very musical and easy to use. It can process any music material, instruments, vocal or recordings, producing amazing results.
The Valve – Discrete Transistors Hybrid circuit is the result of a long development process. It produces real Tube harmonics and reaches tone while maintaining the noise on the extremely low level.
Create Sophisticated EQ Curves!
The unique feature of Passive Equalizer is the ability to Cut and Boost at the same time.
The EQ550P can create the sophisticated EQ curves which cannot be achieved by the active shelf equalizers.
Ability to select three different frequencies independently for Cut and Boost provides countless possibilities in creating custom EQ curves.
Pictures below show a few examples of such EQ curves.
Coupled with Custom HRK Transformers
The Output of the EQ550P is coupled with specially designed custom HRK Transformers. Because of limited space in the 500 modules, HRK Custom Transformers became smaller, maintaining no-compromise performance.
All HRK transformers provide the sweet-spot sonic characteristic with pristine detail reproduction. The goal of the design process was to create the transformer which will deliver a balance between the transparency and colouration typical for transformer stages.
Discrete Transistor Class A Output Transformer Driver
The output transformer is powered by Class A, No-Feedback, DC-Coupled Discrete Driver built with NOS Transistors from the ’70s.