The 1023 from BAE is a completely hand-wired, 3-band equalizer that uses Carnhill (St. Ives) transformers, and offers more EQ frequencies in the mid and high sections. It can be used by musicians, producers, and engineers in audio applications such as broadcast TV, live sound, recording studios, rehearsals, and more.
The 1023 features the same mic/line preamps as the 1073 EQ but has more frequencies to play with. In addition, the expanded EQ sections also allow you to play the mid-bell curve directly against the high, and low-shelves where they overlap. This capability opens the tone shaping possibilities in more musical ways.
The 1023's back panel is built with an XLR mic input, an XLR line input, and an XLR output jack along with the DC power input jack. The front panel has one DI instrument input jack. Furthermore, the 48V phantom power is built-in and a switch on the front panel allows you to switch it on and off. The power supply is sold separately.