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RDL (Radio Design Labs) EZ-PH1
Stereo phono preamp
The EZ-PH1 is a stereo phono preamplifier with front-panel volume trimmers and audio level metering. Stereo RCA jacks and a grounding screw are provided on the rear panel for connecting a turntable tone arm. The input is preamplified with RIAA equalization to feed the line output RCA jacks. Left and right channel front- panel LED VU metering facilitates adjustment of the level trimmers. The EZ-PH1 is ideal to add phono inputs to mixers and amplifiers with line inputs, or for direct connection to recording decks for dubbing records onto other media.
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