The melto2 from Lab12 has different equalisation curves, mono and stereo options, three inputs, balanced outputs and on paper at least looks like an interesting proposition. But does this flexibility come at the expense of great sonics? Stuart Smith finds out when he listens to this €3750 phono-preamplifier.

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Janine Elliot has previously reviewed the EAT C Sharp turntable, but now it’s available in a supercharged package with its own phonostage and power suuply. The combo is £6494 in the UK, but is it worth the extra lolly?

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Mitchell & Johnson may not be a name you are familiar with, though you may well have come across their relatively budget-priced headphones. However, they also make a small range of electronics built here in the UK. Alan McIntosh has a listen to the brand’s 800 series pre (with on-board DAC and MM/MC phono-stage) and power amplifiers costing £1299 a box.

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Janine Elliot has previously reviewed the EAT C Sharp turntable, but now it’s available in a supercharged package with its own phonostage and power supply. The combo is £6494 in the UK, but is it worth the extra lolly? More »

The 2108 is Boulder’s second generation of 2000-level phono preamplifier, following and improving upon their 2008 phonostage.

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Mobile Fidelity (MoFi) Electronics is the hifi separates division of Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, a record label specialising in the production of audiophile recordings.

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Visitors to Bristol will be able to hear the Ming da Piccolo MM, an integrated amplifer, but with the addition of built in Valve Phonostage, for the first time.

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Gryphon Audio Designs has introduced the PS2-S MM/MC Phono Stage Module. The PS2-S (S for Superior) is an updated version of their PS2, but offering an extended range of MC-cartridge load impedance options.

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EAT (European Audio Team) is a manufacturer of analogue audio equipment, including turntables, cartridges, phono stages and vacuum tubes/valves. The company’s founder and CEO is Jozefina Lichtenegger, who is married to Heinz Lichtenegger, the boss of Pro-Ject, the world’s largest manufacturer of ‘Hifi quality’ turntables.

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As they have for most of the shows long history, Henley Audio will be travelling South West for the 32nd instalment of The Bristol Hifi Show.  You will be able to catch Henley Audio across three bedrooms on the 4th Floor and on a large show stand in The Bristol Suite on the Ground Floor. Find out more about what Henley will be bringing to the show below. (Subject to some possible changes).

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A valve amp at 1300 Euros sounds like a bit of a bargain. Add to the package an onboard phonostage and DAC and this Italian package starts to look even more attractive. Adam Billingham takes this latin beauty for a spin. 

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Debuting at ISE, the new A11 Stereo Integrated Amplifier and the CD11 CD Player are the latest additions to the Rotel 14 Series.

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In 2017 Exposure Electronics launched the ‘XM’ series of hifi components, designed to be compact and affordable. Since then, the series has grown to include a phonostage, an integrated amplifier, a preamplifier, mono power amps and a headphone amp.

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Audio-Hungary Ltd. has updated its Qualiton Phono valve phonostage.  More »

Pro-Ject Audio Systems have sold over 500,000 of their Phono Box phono stages; and to mark this milestone the company are releasing their first op-amp-less phono stage, and it’s available in two different versions.   More »

Yorkshire based Graham Slee has been in touch to tell us that his invention has received its long awaited United States Patent and explains what it is used for.  More »

Ian Ringstead checks out the £200 moving coil and moving magnet phono stage from Polish manufacturer TAGA Harmony. More »

Ian Ringstead checks out the £200 moving coil and moving magnet phono stage from Polish manufacturer TAGA Harmony. More »

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