Music Hall vp29 Phono Amplifier

Item # AUDVP29
| Mfg # VP29
| UPC # 675889002904
Our Price: $90.99
Retail: $99.99 | You Save: 9%

The vp29 is a solid state phono preamp for use with moving magnet and high output moving coil cartridges. The vp29 is designed to amplify an RIAA equalized phono signal to a hi level signal. It's cheap cheerful and manufactured in the USA. RIAA equalization steel chassis i/o connectors: rca, trs stereo input sensitivity: 35 dB gain input capacitance: 5pf + cable capacitance input impedance: 50k Ohms output impedance: 1 Ohms max output level: >10dB @ 1kHz at .1% dist. equalization: RIAA +/- 1.5 dB, 20Hz to 20kHz thd .02% @ 1KHz s/n ratio: >80 dB unweighted pwr: 12 - 18 VDC indicator: 1 power LED

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Founded in April 1985, Music Hall manufactures, imports and distributes well priced, top quality, high-end audio components. Their turntables are made in the Czech Republic, consistently making the "Recommended Components" list in Stereophile Magazine.