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Tazzy 2nd November 2003 05:11 PM

Looking for a diy phono pre
 
I'm looking for a simple but good phono pre.

The Grado unit sounds pretty okay to me but is far from complete:

Help with identifying some caps and their values on a phono preamp

Any other options like this one?

ThorstenL 3rd November 2003 12:50 PM

Re: Looking for a diy phono pre
 
Konnichiwa,

Quote:

Originally posted by Tazzy
I'm looking for a simple but good phono pre.

The Grado unit sounds pretty okay to me but is far from complete:

Help with identifying some caps and their values on a phono preamp

Any other options like this one?

May I suggest you peruse this little thread?

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...628&highlight=

It shows a Phonostage (yes I designed it) that is simple, effective and can be realised pretty affordable. FWIW, I'd use a pair of 12V/2.1AH Sealed Lead Acid batteries as supply. A fully charged pair of batteries will run the Phonostage without MC Pre-Pre for over 100 Hours....

Oh yes, the Styroflex (Polystyrene Caps) in the Grado are old stock LCR made, still comon in the UK, sound okay but not great.

Sayonara


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