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Old 16th May 2012, 10:50 PM   #1
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If you are serious about your vinyl and extracting as much detail out of the grooves as possible, the Longdog Audio Phono Amp is a must. Hand built in the UK and recently well reviewed in Hi-Fi World by turntable expert Tony Bolton, the phono stage uses Fet's and Valves. Expertly engineered, to hear it is to want it.

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Can be heard in our listening rooms in Huddersfield or we have demo units that can be shipped out to interested parties.

More information is on my website and the review can be downloaded from here.

Thanks for looking.

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