FS/FT: Drawmer 1961 Vacuum Tube Equaliser

Discussion in 'Pro Audio' started by Predrag Trpkov, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. Two channels of a sweet-sounding serious tube EQ. Relatively low use. Very
    good working and cosmetical condition. Mains voltage switchable 120/240V. No
    original box or manual. Pictures available.

    The street price is $2750. I'd like to get $1500 for mine and that includes
    insurance and shipping from Croatia to anywhere in the world.

    My Ebay feedback rating:
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    I've had successful transactions with various members of this group and can
    provide references if necessary.

    Trade offers are welcome, although I'd prefer a part-exchange. These are
    some of the things that I'm interested in:
    - UAD-1 Studio Pak, Ultra Pak
    - UAD Precision Limiter, Precision EQ, Fairchild
    - D/A converter, eight-channels, minimum 24/96, lightpipe
    - D/A converter, stereo, minimum 24/96, s/pdif coaxial or AES/EBU
    - Studer V-Eight

    - analog summing box (Folcrom or similar)

    - quality analog outboard stuff (pres, comps, eqs), for example:
    - a less expensive EQ, mono or stereo (Speck ASC or comparable)
    - API stuff
    - Avalon VT747, NTI EQ3, Dolby 740 or similar analog mastering processors
    - Malcolm Toft-designed outboard stuff
    - Distressor, Fatso
    - BSS DPR-901
    - dbx 902, 903, 905
    - Sytek, FMR RNP or similar clean mic preamps

    - Blue B6 lollipop capsule for AKG C451
    - Electro Voice RE20
    - Neumann mics
    - a pair of good small diaphraghm consensers
     
    Predrag Trpkov, Mar 10, 2005
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  2. A few years ago, at the AES show, I approached the Drawmer representatives
    with the question about tube replacement/maintenance. According to them, the
    stock tubes should be good for decades.

    Predrag
     
    Predrag Trpkov, Mar 10, 2005
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  3. Sold.
     
    Predrag Trpkov, Mar 14, 2005
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