|Warranty length||2 Years|
|Product Award||What HiFi Award 4 Stars|
Load Capacities: 100, 200, 320 and 420pF
Load Impedance: 10Ω, 100Ω, 1KΩ, 47KΩ
Gain (MM & MC): 40, 43, 60 and 63dB
SNR: MM -86dB (94dB), MC -68dB (75dB)
THD: MM - 0.01%, MC - 0.05%
RIAA Accuracy: 20Hz - 20kHz / max. 0.4 dB
Subsonic Filter: At 20Hz With 12dB/Octave
Input: 1 Pair RCA / Phono Sockets
Line Level Out: 1 Pair RCA / Phono Sockets
Outboard PSU: 18V / 500mA DC (UK Plug)
Power Consumption: 18V / 80mA DC
Dimensions (W x H x D): 103 x 36 x 104mm
Weight: 570g (Without PSU)
Pro-Ject Phono Box S is a versatile and affordable phono stage, bigger brother to the Phono Box MkII with the addition of DIP switches on the underside to match the gain perfectly to the phono cartridge being used.
This versatility matched with audiophile performance has never been available at this price before and as one customer commented, "it's like a baby Trichord Dino". The sound quality of Phono Box S is extremely impressive, a big improvement and a perfect upgrade for most analogue hi-fi system. With a wide range of setting parameters, it can meet the needs of almost any phono cartridge on the market.
A switchable subsonic filter prevents your amplifier and speakers of ultra low rumble below 20Hz. Carefully selected amplifier modules and audiophile-grade polypropylene capacitors make it possible to enjoy your valuable vinyl collection like never before!
The class-leading music reproduction of Phono Box S gives pure dynamics, full transparency, analogue warmth, bass texture, detail resolution and purity of all audible frequencies.
- Audiophile performance and outstanding quality using a dual mono configuration
- Audiophile-grade amplification modules and polypropylene WIMA capacitors
- Precise RIAA equalisation curve accuracy and 4 adjustable gain levels
- Switchable Subsonic filter –12dB @20Hz & input impedance/capacitance
'Small but perfectly formed, the Pro-Ject Phono Box S is solid and relatively heavy, sporting a power button on the front and a set of inputs and a set of outputs on the back. Functioning as an MM phono stage, the sound isn’t too dissimilar to the styling: no nonsense and with plenty of weight. The muscular bass is powerful yet controlled – and better integrated than the Musical Fidelity V-LPS II we've also tested. It does better than most budget boxes in MC mode.' (What Hi-Fi? Magazine Awards October 2013)