JDJX wrote:I have a US built Lounge Audio phono pre ($300) and I can recommend it without questions or reservations .
I can only be had directly from the US builder who stands behind everything he makes and sells.
In fact, it replaced my "ArtDJ"
Much has been written about it...
I will just say that IMO, it will be the last phno pre you get.. it's that good.
It's a great, totally dual mono design starting with dual transformers in the power section.
bcugk wrote:Don't laugh but on a whim i ordered a Schiit Mani ($129 USD) based on the many positive internet reviews.
i liked it so much i sold my Rega Fono MM
i don't have the issue with radio interference that i read about, and i'm loving the full bodied sound out of this inexpensive piece of equipment..........schiit if you will
Pikey wrote:Angle Audio from here in the UK make some worthy gear! ... http://www.angleaudio.co.uk/
Been recommended on this very forum I recall?
The OP already has what many consider the best "budget" phono pre.
He now wants something better.
Hrlmwrld67 wrote: For right now since I have a Nag' MP-110 I'll need to let it break in before I make any changes. So far I am loving the new cartridge, since I see you have one too, what tracking force are you using? I'm running it at 170 grams, something is telling me that may be a little soft. Your thoughts please?