Noise: < -81dB MM <-67dB MC
Distortion: < 0.001%
RIAA: 5Hz - 70kHz +/-0.5dB
Gain: 48dB - 60dB - 70dB
Resistance loading: 47k - Custom
Capacitance loading: 100pf
Power supply: Internal regulated with 24va transformer
Voltage input: 100-240vac 50/60Hz 10 watts max. (depending on region)
Dimensions: 120 x 230 x 70mm (WxDxH)
Net weight: 1.6Kg (3.5lb)
Packaging: 305 x 250 x 110mm (WxDxH)
Shipping weight: 2.2Kg (4.9lb)
at high gain (70 dB), there is a background in the right channel. Because there is a power cable connector next to the RCA output. I had to take out the toroidal transformer in a separate unit. The background disappeared. This is unacceptable for such an expensive Phono-stage.
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6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
I have now had this for just over a month and I am still amazed at the detail and clarity of sound it produces. I was a little hesitant about purchasing one as it was replacing one that was a fifth of the cost, but I needn't have worried the Pellar is worth every penny. It is definitely a case of quality in, quality out and the Pellar is capable of eking out every last bit of detail from the mix. Be prepared to hear things you have never heard before, even as in my case from LP's you've had for 30 years or more
12 of 12 people found this review helpful.
I have had this phono stage for just over a week now and it is absolutely stunning it replaced a Tube Box DS.The Pellar is far Superior there is no comparison between the two.Years ago I owned a EAR 834P phono stage,well this Pellar is just as good and better in many areas and it is well under half the price what more can I say.....buy one.
21 of 22 people found this review helpful.
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