– compare latest prices, see user reviews, and see Phono Box S specs and features. Small but perfectly formed, the Pro-Ject Phono Box S is solid and relatively heavy, sporting a power button on the front and a set of inputs and a set of outputs on the back. Functioning as an MM phono stage, the sound isn’t too dissimilar to the styling: no nonsense and with plenty of weight. Sonic quality of Phono Box S is extremely impressive, a big improvement and a perfect upgrade for most analogue hifi system. Pro-Ject PhonoBox phono preamplifier, a listening test on TNT-Audio, Internet HiFi magazine. I’ve listened to the PhonoBox for a couple of months in my B system, then I’ve compared it to the NAD PP-1 I had already reviewed for TNT-Audio and then to the Lehmann Black Cube SE + PWX.
Discussion in ‘Equipment Reviews & Opinions’ started by Paraquat, Feb 21, 2013. I bought the Phono Box S so I could experiment with cartridge loading. Comparing it with my Rotel RA-931 phono stage, it is much quieter – nearly dead silent. Full Description. Specifications. Reviews. Downloads. 60-Day Guarantee. The Phono Box S, Pro-Ject’s latest phono preamplifier, offers unrivaled performance and unique flexibility never before available at this price point. Pro-Ject’s new phono preamplifier, the Phono Box S offers unrivalled performance and unique flexibilty at a budget. The sonic quality of Phono Box S is extremely impressive, a big improvement and a perfect upgrade for most analogue hifi system.
So at first when I was offered the chance to review the latest Pro-Ject Debut Carbon table and Phono Box S phono-stage I thought, this might be my one redeeming chance to try vinyl out again Why not? I’ve got 20 or so LPs I’ve been keeping with me for many years, let’s see if I can breathe some life back into them. The Phono Box MM is a simple, cost effective solution which will convert your phono output into a low noise, low distortion, line level output. Pro-Ject: Tube Box S Phono Pre-Amp. The ultra-compact Pro-Ject Phono Box S preamplifier offers unrivalled performance and unique flexibility. And it’s small enough to fit almost anywhere.
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Read and write user reviews for the Pro-Ject Phono Box S on CNET. I’m looking at the NAD PP2 Preamp as my local shop has it and recommends it as a very strong value. I have the Project Phono Box S and its an outstanding phono stage and loaded precisely for my Dynavector MC. Let’s for the sake of categorization in a phono preamp review to say he’s a cross between Ry Cooder and Jeff Tweedy? That hardly suffices, but it’s better than nothing. The Pro-Ject Phono Box RS is a remarkably well-constructed, uniquely featured MM/MC phono preamplifier that offers for 999 fully balanced, dual-differential performance, low subjective noise and rich, fully bodied sonics. Pro-Ject Phono Box S – showing prices. More – 2 user reviews. Compare Stereo Preamplifiers side by side. Shop for Pro-Ject Phono Box S BLACK, online at ListenUp. If you want to hook up your turntable to your system but your receiver, preamp, integrated amp, or mini-system doesn’t have a phono input, the Pro-Ject Phono Box S phono preamplifier is the perfect solution. When I reviewed the VPI Nomad turntable earlier this year I was mostly enamoured of its self-contained phono stage. ALO’s latest product, a phono stage only compatible with their Studio Six amplifier shows that Ken Ball is trying to join the vinyl and headphone dots at the higher end of the market. MM only but with ADC) and Pro-ject Phono Box S (US199) on price.
Phono Box is an ideal phono preamplifier for these hifi system and accepts both MM and MC cartridges. Project Phono Box S Silver. Project Phono Box DS Tube Phono Pre-amp Silver. Pro-Ject Phono Box USB V Preamp – Black – PJ35828491. Otherwise the other versions make a great buy brand new. Review of Pro-Ject Phono Box MM from TNT Audio. Hey Guys, Just bought a Pro-Ject Phono Box S and have been searching and searching on the internet to figure out how to adjust the settings on the. Hey Guys, Just bought a Pro-Ject Phono Box S and have been searching and searching on the internet to figure out how to adjust the settings on the bottom of the phono pre-amp for gain, impedance etc..there are two rows of dip-switches which I presume is for each channel but then there are two pictographs that don’t make sense to me.