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Old 18th September 2012, 01:49 PM   #1
Sgrilli AD is offline Sgrilli AD  Brazil
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Default RIAA correction circuit for Tubelab Simple SE

I plan to build a Simple SE and wonder if I can add a RIAA correction circuit on it.
I have a vintage SONY turntable and would like to connect it to the Simple SE.
I've been reading a lot of material here on the forum and I know that Simple SE has a good gain, then I think I will not need a complet Phono Preamp, just a RIAA correction circuit. Am I right?
There are some options on Ebay and I'm not sure if would work well. How about this?

Thank you all.
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Old 20th September 2012, 11:34 PM   #2
CharleyW is offline CharleyW
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You need an actual RIAA pre-amp - the Simple SE is expecting a line-level signal (up to 2 volts I would guess); the turntable will supply much less than that.
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