The good people at Pro-Ject have sent me a Pro-Ject Phono Box S3 B phono preamplifier and a Pro-Ject X2 B turntable to review. The “B” at the end of those model names indicates that they are part of Pro-Ject’s new True Balanced Connection line of components.
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Affordable giant-killing Phono Stage from Sutherland Engineering. Revolutionary Transimpedance amplification for Moving Coil cartridges only.
E.A.T. C-Major Turntable, E.A.T. E-Glo Petit Phono Preamplifier, and E.A.T. Jo No 5 Phono Cartridge Review
E.A.T. (European Audio Team) is an Austrian firm, located in Wilfersdorf, with manufacturing facilities in Eastern Europe. The CEO is Jozefína Lichtenegger.
The Audio-Technica VM760SLC is the top model in the company’s VM series of moving magnet phono cartridges. Its product brief touts the qualities of “excellent channel seperation, extended frequency response, and nuanced audio reproduction” for prospective buyers.
Pro-Ject is a manufacturer of turntable, amplifiers, speakers, and accessories, located in Mistelbach, Austria, with manufacturing plants in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. They range in price from a few hundred dollars up to several thousand.
It may be time to replace your phono cartridge, perhaps even a modest upgrade. Sumiko gives you many options and with the introduction of six new models, it may be time to consider this 40-year-old brand.