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Item: Yaquin MS22b - Nice little phono stage, responsive to a range of MM cartridges - I like it with the Stanton range

Specifications: 

●Tubes: 12AX7B × 2 
●Output Voltages: 0.5V (400Hz input) 
●Output Jacks: One group of gold plated RCA jacks 
●Input Sensitivity: ≤4.0mV (400Hz, 0.5V output) 
●Input Jacks: One group of gold plated RCA jacks plus a grounding terminal 
●Signal Noise Ratio: >85dB (A weight) 
●Distortion: ≤0.11%(400Hz input) 
●Power supply voltage: 110/220V 60Hz/50Hz 
●Dimension:200H * 170W * 125L(mm) 
●Gross weight:3.3kg

 
Location: Bunbury South West WA
Price: $150 (firm)
Item Condition: As new
Reason for selling: Surplus to needs
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Direct Deposit
Extra Info: Review here: 
https://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/i-review-the-175-tubed-yaqin-ms-22b-phono-preamplifier.267043/Yaqin.thumb.jpeg.3fb78ba7a78995eba9fb07f207dd9e96.jpeg
 
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