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Battle of Dyrrhachium (1081) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (845 words)
In May of 1081 Robert Guiscard landed in Albania planning to capture the Balkans from the empire.
It was no secret that Guiscard wanted to claim the empire for himself, and he had brought with him a man claiming to be the deposed emperor Michael VII, to whose son Guiscard had betrothed his daughter years before.
In June Guiscard marched north to Dyrrhachium, the regional capital, and lay siege to it; its inhabitants, however, were not impressed by the false Michael.
AMS Neve 1081 Classic Preamplifier (1099 words)
Its purpose was to provide the mic/line-amp and EQ sections in Series 80 Neve consoles such as the 8016, 8024, 8028, 8034, 8036, 8038, 8048 and 8078 split monitor consoles and the 8058, 8068 and 8088 in-line monitor consoles.
Neve's original 1972 sales brochure bragged that the 1081 "not only provides wide range control of sensitivity and effective high and low pass filters designed to separate unwanted signal outside the passband, but also gives the operator a flexible tool with which he can create new sounds and control any part of the audio spectrum.
The 1081 Classic is available as a stand-alone module, or in a choice of two rugged metal housings which provide power supply, phantom power switching and level controls for each module and connectors for balanced inputs (mic and line) and outputs: The AM3631 chassis houses two modules mounted horizontally in a 3U, 19-inch rackmounting unit.
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