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  1. Rupert Neve Designs Portico 511 500-Series Mic Preamp with Texture Control
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    Rupert Neve Designs Portico 542 500 Series Tape FX
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  3. dbx 530 Series Parametric EQ
  4. Radial Engineering Workhorse - SixPack 500 Series Desktop Rack
  5. Radial Engineering 500 Series ThumbSet Screws
  6. Radial Engineering Radial Workhorse Cube Desktop Power Rack
  7. Sunset Sound S1P 500 Series Mic Pre
  8. On Sale
    BAE 312A Module
    Was:  $790.00 $7110
  9. On Sale
    BAE Desktop Lunchbox
    Was:  $425.00 $38250
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    Lindell Audio PEX-500 / 500 Series Pultec Equalizer
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  11. Midas 500 Series Rackmount Chassis for 10 Modules with Advanced Audio Routing
  12. On Sale
    BAE 1032 10 Series Module
    Was:  $3,500.00 $3,1500
  13. On Sale
    BAE 8 Channel Mixer
    Was:  $3,400.00 $3,0600
  14. Radial Engineering Twin-Servo 500 Series Preamplifier
  15. On Sale
    BAE 1028 10-Series Module
    Was:  $3,350.00 $3,0150
  16. On Sale
    Heritage Audio 1073 Module
    Was:  $2,200.00 $1,9800
  17. On Sale
    Heritage Audio 1073/500 Preamp/EQ
    Was:  $2,200.00 $1,9800
  18. On Sale
    BAE 1023 10-Series Module
    Was:  $3,175.00 $2,85750
  19. On Sale
    BAE 1084 Module
    Was:  $3,150.00 $2,8350
  20. CARTEC Audio PRE-Q5 API 500 Series Mic Preamp
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When your goal is to put together the greatest studio front-end, live pro audio system or analog mixdown processor around, there's a lot to be said for flexibility. Using traditional hardware can mean adding features you don't need or simply taking up unnecessary space with a lot of bulky components, which is far from the optimal solution if you're building a portable setup or working with limited space. The good news is that there's a better way to build a rack that fits where you want it to: 500 Series gear. Based on a totally modular system, this hardware family gives you the ability to mix and match individual components inside a standardized enclosure, so you can build it out your way.

The basic building block for your 500 Series gear is the rack that serves as the backbone for your other components. One of the top sellers is the Radial Engineering Workhorse SixPack 500 Series Desktop Rack, which has space for half a dozen standard-width 500 Series components. Need room for even more modules? No problem - just size up to something like the Radial Engineering WR-8 Rack 8 Slot Power Rack or the BAE 11-Space 500 Series Rack, each of which can fit handily into a standard studio rack or road case. Think of it like a rack within a rack!

Once you've got your chassis ready to go, you can fill it up with whichever modules your heart desires. There are all kinds to choose from, including single-width units like the Valley People Dyna-Mite 500 Series Compressor/Limiter and parts that take up two or more spaces in the rack, such as the Elysia xfilter 500 Class A Discrete Stereo Parametric EQ. Some of the most popular options are preamps like the Warm Audio WA12 500 Series Microphone Preamp and the Golden Age Project Pre-573 MKII 500-Series Peamp - but naturally, the right ones for your needs are going to depend on what those needs are.

Thanks to 500 Series gear, fast food restaurants aren't the only places where you can have it your way: you can customize your recording or audio processing hardware from the ground up, too. Just pick out your chassis and fill it up with all your favorite modules - and don't forget about transportation, too, with accessories like the BAE Lunchbox Road Case or maybe even a portable compact rack. This section is all about versatility, and it certainly doesn't disappoint.
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