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FS/FT: Drawmer 1961 Vacuum Tube Equaliser

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Anonymous
March 10, 2005 4:04:47 AM

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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

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Predrag

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Anonymous
March 10, 2005 5:31:22 AM

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Does anyone have some opinions of this unit, how much maintenance would be
required, tube replacement, etc. What are some of the uses people have been
using these for.

Thanks in advance.

"Predrag Trpkov" <predrag.trpkovNeSpamu@ri.htnet.hr> wrote in message
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> 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:
> http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=...
> =STRK:MESE:IT
> 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
>
> To reply, remove NESPAMU from my email address:
> predrag.trpkovNESPAMU@ri.htnet.hr
>
>
Anonymous
March 10, 2005 5:10:43 PM

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"Sanbar" <sanbar@wi.rr.com> wrote in message
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> Does anyone have some opinions of this unit, how much maintenance would be
> required, tube replacement, etc. What are some of the uses people have
been
> using these for.


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
Anonymous
March 14, 2005 8:59:00 PM

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