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eventide h3000 (1988)
« on: May 02, 2018, 04:53:29 AM »

The original H3000 became available in 1988.
The unit was soon upgraded to "blue" version called H3000S (Studio), later superseded by "grey" H3000SE (Studio Enhanced). There was also a broadcast version called H3000B (black with yellow switches). The last revisions were H3000D/SE (studio version with red inscription "Dynamic" below the dial knob) and H3000D/SX (musicians version with a red wave above the display and red switches).
The H3000D/SE is definitely the version to have. All other units can be upgraded with EPROM's. As far as I know the hardware was identical in all revisions.