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Stanton Model 310

Professional Stereo Pre-Amplifier

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Stanton Model 310


The Stanton Model 310 Stereo Phono preamplifier is designed to correctly interface all Stanton and selected magnetic phonograph cartridges for optimum playback of disk records and calibration of audio systems.

The 310 Preamp features universal mounting by special brackets, instant selection of flat or NAB postemphasis curves, switchable effective rumble filter, individual adjustment of gains and high frequency responses, trimming of the capacitive cartridge loading at the input, provision for setting the power transformer for either 117 or 230V operation at 50 or 60 Hz and immunity to external magnetic AC fields.

Now Stanton has added a second model, the 310B, which in addition to all the above features offers active balanced output resulting in additional gain of 6 dB.

The 310B can be used in balanced as well as in unbalanced modes as well as in-phase and out of phase mix of L and R channels for monophonic reproduction of older records.


310/310B brochure  English - alecm33

310B user/service manual  English

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