Please check your Kit content against the list to the right.
Take care to first review the steps outlined below, assemble the necessary tools, parts etc.
Many of the required connections can be made without using a soldering iron. However the connections for the RCA Jacks and from the MC Stepup Transformers as well as the LCR Modules require soldering. For the RCA Jack ring connections and the ground binding post we recommend a soldering iron of at least 50-60Watt power. All other solder connections should use a smaller soldering iron with 25Watt power or (better) be of the electronically regulated type.
When making connections to the IEC sockets and the mains transformers take great care to make solid connections and to isolate the bare connections using the included heat shrink sleeving. Please avoid pulling the wires exiting from the Transformer, as too much tension may cause internal shorts or disconnect the wire, rendering the transformer unusable.
The iron cover of the transformer shielding cage is set into place on the blue mastic provided. This provides a non-vibrating fit and makes removal easy.
4.1 Parts included in the kit:
4.2 Wire up the mains connections
4.3 Wire up the Power connections, outputs, Led & Switches
4.4 Wire up the LCR EQ Modules
4.5 Wire up the MC Stepup Transformers and MM Inputs
4.6 Photo of completely wired input section
|output to linestage
|right – MM; left – MC
|MC Gain select:
|up – high / down – low
|Tonearm Ground wire connection
|up – On / down – Off
|Power indicator – On = Power On
|Mono/Mute Switch group to the right of the Power Indictor LED
|up – Stereo / down – Mono
|up – Play / down – Mute
|110 to 240V AC 40W
|0.1% at 1V RMS
|Input Imp. MM:
|Gain MC Lo:
|Input Imp. MC Lo:
|Gain MC Hi:
|Input Imp. MC Hi:
|22hz to 30k +-0.6db RIAA
|Output Impedance :
|< 200 Ohm
|Signal to Noise:
|2 sets RCA, MM/MC
|Left and Right RCA
|Size with feet (mm):
|300 x 320 x 90 (LWH)
4.11 Photo of completely wired Vinyl Song, transformer shielding closed