Phono Stage Shootout

garylkoh

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#21
I can think of another instance where only 2 inches would be worse buddy :p
Smaller ones give you more pleasure with higher resolution, larger ones give others more pleasure as bit density is lower.

Gary how did the Lehman do? They've always had a reputation for great value.
Very detailed, highly resolved, tonally very neutral. The best of the commercially available ones.
 

garylkoh

WBF Technical Expert (Speakers & Audio Equipment)
Sep 6, 2010
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#22
the linto was optimized for the klyde/troika carts (150-200uv)
That might be why I thought that it sounded the most compressed of the whole lot - the OC9 was probably already bumping up against its maximum headroom.
 

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