Below you'll find options at a number of different pricepoints, including phono preamps suitable for budget and mid-range turntables - there's even an option for ultra high-end decks.
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Tested at £85
If you've just jumped on the first rung of the vinyl ladder, this budget phono stage is an awesome little investment. A previous Award-winner, the Fono Mini A2D is a moving magnet design, but also features a front-mounted USB socket to enable you to transfer your vinyl to a PC should you so wish.
Tested at £160
It doesn't look like much and it doesn't feel like much, but the Graham Slee Gram Amp 2 'Communicator' is a brilliant little box. It keeps things simple: it's a moving-magnet phono stage, with one set of inputs and one set of outputs. Performance is fast, organised and dynamic. This device may be low on frills, but it's high on quality.
Tested at £200
Jump up from the Graham Slee to this Award-winning Rega phono preamp and you'll be treated to greater weight and scale, which more than justifies the extra cost.
It's a moving-magnet model, so just be sure it's compatible with your turntable before you take the plunge.
Tested at £16,790
Okay, we know almost £17,000 for a phono stage is a serious amount of money for such a niche product. But if you're serious about vinyl replay, and have the kind of record player, amplification and speakers to justify this kind of outlay, then this is the phono stage for you.