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Item:  Schiit Audio Mani phono pre-amp
Location: Sydney (Eastern Suburbs / CBD)

Price: $170
Item Condition: 9.5/10
Reason for selling: Moving to integrated amp with phono stage
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash; Can post Australia-wide for an additional $15 via paypal / bank transfer
Extra Info: Exactly what it looks like - an as-new Schiit Audio Mani phono pre-amp that I've been happily using as the first owner in my set-up for around 18 months, bought from Addicted2Audio Sydney. Switchable gain for both MM and MC cartridges, will come with wall-wart power plug. In perfect cosmetic and operating order. 

 
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great pre for the money! I always use it as a backup. GLWTS

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Dang! Brought a new one recently. I paired it with the Nagaoka MP110 like all the YouTube videos recommend and I’m very happy with it.

A great buy. GLWTS.

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