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Neumann U67 Reissue: Complete Tear Down and Analysis

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gtoledo3:
It is also worth noting the continuity of production. Everything with that run had continuity with the original U67 production line, it was literally a continuation. The more recent U67 is from a newly created production line, different machinery, different location of manufacture, etc.

klaus:
Maybe I misunderstood your term "continuity"?

Most vital parts of the 1992 series were new at that time, and not left-overs from the 1960s/early 1970s: transformer, head assembly, tube socket, wiring, circuit boards, all passive components, capsule generation, etc.

gtoledo3:

--- Quote from: klaus on April 22, 2024, 08:26:01 PM ---Maybe I misunderstood your term "continuity"?

Most vital parts of the 1992 series were new at that time, and not left-overs from the 1960s/early 1970s: transformer, head assembly, tube socket, wiring, circuit boards, all passive components, capsule generation, etc.

--- End quote ---

At the time of the SLO, one of the Neumann representatives on their forum made this statement. That any future U67 would really be a new product because a new production line would likely have to be setup.

The SLO parts were new production, but Neumann was claiming that they were done via the original production line and methodology.

klaus:
Thanks for clarifying the term.

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