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API 550A

Added by: admin  |  Date: 05-Apr-15  |  Class: Studio-gear

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Designed by the now legendary Saul Walker in the late 60s, the
discrete 550A was first used as a modular OEM equalizer. As the
industry rapidly embraced the sonic quality of the 550A, it quickly
found its way into many custom console designs by Frank DeMedio
and other leading engineers. Many of these consoles are still in use
today.



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