BAE Audio is known for manufacturing high-end microphone preamps and EQs that are faithful to original vintage designs from the '70s and earlier. BAE prides itself on using high-end transformers for their products, and everything is kept as close to the vintage philosophy as possible. Not only does BAE choose the highest quality components, they also insist that everything is hand-wired/soldered using discreet electronics and not economized on a circuit board.

The 1073 Dual DMP features the same preamps and the same Carnhill (St. Ives) transformers as the 1073 and 1084.

All units come standard with the "Bootsy Collins" mod, which consists of a Jensen DI transformer to create the first 1073 direct box. The Dual DMP features include two DI thrus, phase reverse, 48V for phantom power, a built-in PSU for extra portability and the same hand-wired modular design that BAE is known for.

Both units connect to the same included power supply.

DMP Users Include:
Slash, Vance Powell, Chris "Frenchie' Smith, Timo Kielnecker (G Love), Chris Chaney (Alanis Morrisette Janes Addiction), Warren Haynes, Bootsy Collins, Snoop Dogg, Matt Sorum, Huw Williams, Dave Weiner, Derek Trucks, Oteal Burbridge, Jackie Greene, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Charles Twilling, Bobby Vega, Rafael Moreira.
  • Built in PSU for extra portability
  • DI in and DI through
  • 48V for phantom power
  • Solid steel chassis
  • Same hand-wired modular design that BAE is known for
      Frequency Response
      • 10Hz to -3dB at 55kHz
      Mic Input Impedance
      • 1200/300 ohms
      Line Input Impedance
      • 10k ohms
      DI Input Impedance
      • 150k ohms
      Output Impedance
      • 65 ohms
      Common Mode Rejection Ratio
      • 100dB min @ 60Hz
      Maximum Output Level
      • +27.4 dBu @ 600 ohm
      Power Requirements
      • 115/230 VAC, 30W
      Gain dB
      • 0 to 71dB
      Equivalent Input Noise
      • -110dBu; Unweighted 300kHz bandwidth

      Featured Articles