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Does an extra gain stage (i.e. preamp) need to be added when using a turntable? Or would you plug the phono stage straight into the "line in" on the back of the master speaker. This is for MM cartridge with 3.5mV output.
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You would need a phono preamp to feed the analog inputs. You can't simply amplify the output of a turntable as RIAA equalization must be applied and that is part of what a phono stage does.- Jim
I mentioned the phono stage in my query. Maybe you missed it. I've been running a TT setup since I've been about 14 and am now 63. I understand equalization, gain stages and so on. What I want to know is if there's enough gain in the system to plug a phono stage (preamp) straight in. Usually you need a separate typical preamp with another gain stage (usually around 10db) to handle the signal.
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Personally, I think the design is poor. I cannot see an actual image of the entire speaker, for instance. I see half the woofer, and if I scroll down, the speaker goes away. I'm using Firefox 45.0.2 on windows 7. What does the actual speaker look like?
Sounds like an issue with your computer. I think the design is just fine like all the other Salk speaker listing pages. I'm having no issues viewing the three tabs (Overview, Specifications and Pricing) of the PowerPlay Monitor page with Internet Explorer. There is a full picture of a pair in white at the top of the listing page.Bill
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