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phono stage? making it too complicated?

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RE: phono stage? making it too complicated?

Yip , thats what I wish.  :twisted:

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RE: phono stage? making it too complicated?

Damn it, my initial post didn't show up.

Here I go again....

I got a cheap but decent turntable (audio technica at lp 60) which has an exteremely short (not detachable) RCA out. To take it to the phono input of my amp, I have to place it right on top of the amp which is not an option. Now I can get RCA extenesions (pluges with female on both sides; so 2 of those and  a new RCA chord) or I can get a phono stage (that is the more expensive option). Now will RCA extension take something away from the music? is there any other option?

HiFi: ProjectCarbon>Acryl-It platter>2M Blue; Rega Fono MM, Marantz CD6005, Tidal HiFi-Chromecast-DAC Magic 100, Parasound 2100 & 2250v2, GoldenEar Triton 5 

Portable: iPhone 7 Plus, Fiio K1, Bose QC35, V-Moda Crossfade

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RE: phono stage? making it too complicated?

I've used phono extension leads before and not noticed any difference in sound.

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