iFi

Micro iPhono2

Amplifier, Phono

Main Details
Maker iFi Brand
Function
Form Factor Component - Cable
Signal Path Analog Hardware
Dimensions 9 x 4 x 4 inches
Weight 1.6 pounds
Power Source Linear 15v
Notes iFi micro iPhono2 MM/MC Phono Preamplifier Pairs With Any Cartridge: Sublime Sound, Super-Quiet Noise Floor, Ultra-Wide Gain, Incredible 106dB Dynamic Range, iPower Power Supply, More The iFi micro iPhono2 phono preamplifier gives lie to the belief that sequels aren't better than the original. Touting several significant improvements over the award-winning iPhono, iPhono2 features a new, ground-up design that further enhances the price-defying sonic performance and audiophile-quality versatility. For starters, an ultra-quiet noise floor (85dB SNR) allows you to intimately experience the prized nuances, details, and backgrounds in your records' grooves at any volume you desire without having to worry about hearing phono preamplifier noise. Want more quiet? iFi's ultra-silent iPower outboard power supply (15v) comes with iPhono2. You'll hear your LPs produce a more natural, lifelike sound enriched with lower distortion, increased resolution, and remarkable transient response. But that's just the beginning of what the breakthrough iPhono2 can do with practically any MM or MC cartridge extant. An ultra-wide gain of 36dB to 72db means iPhono2 can mate with any cartridge and play with sublime results – all without the need of a step-up transformer. And because iPhono2 uses a DirectDrive Servo-less DC Infinity circuit, no noise or distortion are added to the signal path. Six Stereo EQ Curves Ensure Accurate Playback Outfitted with six different stereo EQ curves, iPhono means you will never need play another LP with the wrong EQ and tolerate inferior sonics. With Decca, RIAA, Columbia, eRIAA, IEC, and eRIAA/IEC curves at the ready, accurate playback is ensured for all types of music and all eras of records. iPhono literally gives you new lease on your record collection, and is ideal for enthusiasts with huge libraries

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