Notice of different Volume levels.
I curently own a NAD pp3 phono stage
This weekend I recieved a Musical Fidelity Vpls II to test.
So both phono stage are playing in the same price range (only the pp3 gives you the oportunity to digitalys you lp's, that's why I have to keep it)
Beside the fact that I think thet the VPLS is much better an it produce a directer, cleaner an more retmic enyoyable sound.
I noticed that when I was using the vpls I didn't or almost not changed the volume level wen I was switching between cdp & TT to test (listening between 9 &10 O'clock).
When I test the same thing with the PP3 I still put the cdp on 9' or 10' top's but switching to TT I easely have to go to 11', 12'.
Provably a stupid question..... (sorry I'm just trying to learn)
But I never thought this was depending of the phono stage.
Is this because the vpls deliver more power to the TT or is there an other reason?