I'd never heard of one of these before. Its an EMT console called an MM40, and its for sale on the Tape OP message board
I know the EMT brand, and it has always produced top-notch gear. I love their plate reverbs. But I didn't know they made consoles, so this 24 channel desk looks very interesting. I knew there was some connection between EMT, Studer and Neumann, but I thought the result was the Studer 189 series consoles. I wonder what era and technology these MM40 desks use?
FROM THE SELLER [who is looking for around £7k i believe]
The EMT is composed of two frames linked, but that could be separated and run together with a multicore link (wich is now inside the desk).
the frame is loaded with
24x 411.7 mono mic/line modules
4x 416 group modules
4x 112 master modules
Aux master + monitor ...
stand, wooden sides and armrest
+ 2 stereo input modules
+ 1 spare master module
+ 1 rack with 8 master send that could be used as an 8 bus out but that'd need a bit of work
+ all siemens 30 pin connectors needed to connect the desk
UPDATE VIA FRED, THE SELLER [THANKS FRED!]:
the desk has been built in very early 80's but this model has been built until the mid 90's by abe, it is mostly ic (5532/34 TL072) based exept the output amps wich are transistor based on the early 80's version