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Sony PS-J10 internal RIAA normalizer, use the internal one, or should I build my own?
polemon
post Aug 25 2012, 08:22
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I have a Sony PS-J10 turntable with internal RIAA curve normalizer. When that normalizer is on, I can connect the record player to a standard line input and it will sound - well normalized.

The problem is though, it seems it's pretty heavy on the trebles, so I use the equalizer on my mixer to tweak that. Now, would it make sense, to build my own RIAA normalizer / phono pre-amp? Or would I most probaly not gain anything and maybe I actually should stick with the internal one?

Any suggestions?


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AndyH-ha
post Aug 25 2012, 09:40
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Are there specs? This is not new technology and not something exceedingly difficult to get right. Not providing adequate EQ is probably not a common fault for phono preamps.
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