Hi-Fi+ has teamed up with the smart guys at Gold Note to bring an exciting competition with the chance to win a PH‑10 Phono Stage. This was enthusiastically reviewed by Nicholas Ripley in issue 153 of Hi-Fi+
He wrote, “The PH-10 offers nine different load impedance options and four levels of output. You can have two phono inputs, and valve power supply (not supplied) and a range of other upgrades including an EQ curve enhancer, gain stage enhancer, and an optional valve output stage. There is even a USB port for upgrades. In short, this is not some fit-and-forget phono stage made for someone getting into vinyl replay; it’s a serious and upgradable phono stage capable of incredibly fine-tuned performance, and precision of both output and EQ curve. As it’s all adjustable on the fly”.
He concluded by saying, “I like the fact that it fights way above its weight, creating a superb, well-built, and extremely flexible phono stage that is easy to use when you need it and yet is also capable of being tweaked and adjusted to even the most obsessive audio nut’s wildest dreams.” Normally, this outstanding phono stage retails for £1,350. This is excellent value, but even that can’t compare to winning one, as one lucky Hi-Fi+ reader will discover!
How many different load impedance options does the PH‑10 offer?
To answer, please visit Gold Note’s dedicated competition page at https://www.goldnote.it/competition/hifi-plus/ph-10 Alternatively, send your answer on a postcard (including your name, address, and contact details) to Gold Note Competition, C/o Audio Pinnacle, The Stables, 23b Lenten Street, Alton, Hampshire, England, GU34 1HG, UK
The competition will run from December 7th 2017 until February 6th 2018. The competition is open to everyone, but multiple, automated or bulk entries will be disqualified. The winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries, will be contacted via email (where possible) and their name will be published in the magazine. The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
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