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opus
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Vintage Maker "Little One" Passive summing box

Post by opus » Sun Nov 27, 2011 7:59 am

I wanted to see if I could get you guys to give some opinions on this summing box. http://vintagemaker.site50.net/little24db25trs.html
Very simple design. Quality wise how does this size up against the Rolls Folcrom? I know the Folcrom has panning options but I really do not need that. I would probably use a vintech 1272 or 2 Focusrite ISA One pre's to make up the gain. Thoughts?

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Post by kslight » Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:11 am

I find the graphic slightly amusing where they are using an M-Audio DMP3 for makeup gain... Couldn't find any other stock preamp photos, seriously?

:-)


There's a link to Gearslutz on their page, maybe check there?

opus
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Post by opus » Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:54 pm

Yeah I noticed that about the DMP3... I read that thread but wanted to see what this forum had to say... I always thought the Folcrom was a great idea. This seems like the same thing but cheaper!

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Post by Nate Dort » Mon Nov 28, 2011 7:28 am

It's a box with resistors in it. They're using Dale resistors, which is nice. I'm guessing about 80% of the cost is in the connectors and the laser engraving.

BTW, what is the cost? I'm not seeing a price.

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Post by KoffeeKommando » Mon Nov 28, 2011 9:17 am

Price here:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Analog-Summing- ... 3f100fbe4e

If the stuff is wired well, they look awesome.
Simplicity. His powered stuff looks cool too actually.

He's from Wien, Austria:

"I'm not a firm or company, only a music producer - composer, audio developer - constructor - gear builder.
The Vintagemaker is just one person work (planning, developing, build, marketing, sale) so that's it..:)

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