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Get a separate phono stage. You'll be glad you did!
#11
p.s. This looks like the previous Zephyr Mk2 on an Origin Live Voyager deck and Enterprise arm, about £26,000 excluding cartridge.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJDGU2sVHwU
250 Pro CI; Innuos Zen Mk3; Claro dual turntable (Koetsu + Ortofon Mono); Harbeth SHL5plus 40th Anniversary; Townshend Isolda EDCT speaker cables; Shunyata UK6 + Delta NR
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#12
One of the reasons I originally bought a D-Premier was because the phono stage was so accurate.
I do have a separate expensive phono stage but it has been in storage for years.
Mind you I don't play LPs often, just when the music I want to listen to next happens to be on one.
Devialet Original d'Atelier 44 Core, Job Pre/225, Goldmund PH2, Goldmund Reference/T3f /Ortofon A90, Goldmund Mimesis 36+ & Chord Blu, iMac/Air, Lynx Theta, Tune Audio Anima, Goldmund Epilog 1&2, REL Studio. Dialog, Silver Phantoms, Branch stands, copper cables (mainly).
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