Amazing sounding Vintage Analog Mixing Console
These are possibly the ideal, cost effective front and back-end for most digital hard disc recording systems where space, quality and budget are a factor. They were very expensive and of the highest quality, and today offer the very best value option for compact, high-spec consoles.
It’s a 24 space chassis (these desks are completely modular) with 11 mono mic pre/line modules, 7 stereo line modules, 2 aux, 1 talkback, 1 monitor, 1 master + the power supply + the manual + wiring (the connections are a combination of dsub, edac, and XLR).
The mic ins are on XLR and each channel has direct outs so the 1st 11 channels can function as 11 high end mic pre’s plus eq without even using the mix section of the board.
The desk is fully functioning, recently inspected although It could use a more thorough cleaning but is ready to rock.
- Bc1115/b x11
- Bc1118/4 x1
- Bc1118 x6
- Bc1125/4 x2
- Bc1136 x1
- Bc1146 x1
- Bc1156 x1
Some background on the Amek BC2
Following the success of the Angela music recording console in the 1980’s, Amek introduced the BC2 as a small broadcast desk towards the end of the decade. These were made to the client’s requirements, and were not cheap, – typically a 10 or 12-2 would have cost in excess of £10,000.
The mic pre was based on the Angela (named after Rupert Neve’s daughter) and extremely effective three band eq was provided, offering selectable top and bottom and swept mid, plus filters.
Very high quality with superb, wide-ranging and musical EQ and low noise.