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Click to expand.Yeah, but I'd get a full function preamp anyway. That aside, you should state a budget. Have you tried using the pre-outs of that integrated amp to drive the power amp? That might do it for you.

The phono inputs on that amp should be quite nice. The better buffering and drive of the line stage might make for better sound than the pass-through connection you are using. If you've tried that and just don't care for the Yamaha in any way, what is it that you don't like about it? Click to expand.In terms of budget, I was previously looking at McIntosh pre-amps, so anything from $0 to $1200 is my budget, I guess. Specifically, I was looking at the C32/34/36. In all honesty, I've never really heard an independent phono stage and, given my other equipment, the Yamaha seemed like the 'weakest' part of my chain right now so I thought that would be the next component I would get rid of. I've gone from using the Yamaha as an integrated amp, and am just using the pre-out from it into the MC2105 now.

There are separated dedicated moving coil and moving magnet phono stages for your turntable that are fully adjustable with either the front panel controls or the remote! The volume control is a balanced design that assures accurate volume tracking and extremely low noise. Oct 08, 2016  Hey People. Quick start guide vitalsource bookshelf for mac. I currently have an Allnic H1201 phono stage (tubed) and am considering moving to McIntosh's first stand alone pre-amp. I recently got a Cary SLP-05 pre-amp and its connected to a MAC MC302 power amp (a great move in of itself). I tend to agree that the high feedback opamp based phono stages do give away some of the naturalness you get from a nice tube stage, or a low feedback discrete SS design, but it is very subjective, and the Sutherland and Parasound do have a lot of fans here. I currently have an Allnic H1201 phono stage (tubed) and am considering moving to McIntosh's first stand alone pre-amp. I recently got a Cary SLP-05 pre-amp and its connected to a MAC MC302 power amp (a great move in of itself). Dxb file extension.

I also recently just went from a Grado Green to the Ortofon 2M Bronze and added a Way Excellent II mat to replace my stiff/cracked stock mat on the T60. The increase in quality with that upgrade was pretty huge. It sounds like you think the Yamaha has a pretty solid phono stage. I'd be interested in your opinion on how high I'd have to go to hear an improvement and if you think a pre-amp or dedicated stage is the best way to go. In terms of budget, I was previously looking at McIntosh pre-amps, so anything from $0 to $1200 is my budget, I guess.

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Specifically, I was looking at the C32/34/36. In all honesty, I've never really heard an independent phono stage and, given my other equipment, the Yamaha seemed like the 'weakest' part of my chain right now so I thought that would be the next component I would get rid of. I've gone from using the Yamaha as an integrated amp, and am just using the pre-out from it into the MC2105 now. I also recently just went from a Grado Green to the Ortofon 2M Bronze and added a Way Excellent II mat to replace my stiff/cracked stock mat on the T60. The increase in quality with that upgrade was pretty huge. It sounds like you think the Yamaha has a pretty solid phono stage.

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