Turntable Lab: Rolls VP 29.TTL Phono Preamp - Turntable Lab Edition
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- Exclusive Turntable Lab edition of the popular Rolls VP29 Phono Preamp
- Easy setup and play, will work with any turntable
- Includes RCA input / outputs, 2.5mm stereo output, grounding post
- MADE IN THE USA
- includes power supply
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F E A T U R E S + C O N S T R U C T I O N
Turntable Lab has teamed up with Rolls / Bellari to create an exclusive TTL edition of the staple VP29 phono preamp. The VP29 is a bestseller both online and in-store because its compact size, ease of use, and quality made in the USA build. The VP29 amplifies an equalized RIAA phono signal to a line level signal and standard equalization with reliable, great sounding circuitry.
- Exclusive Turntable Lab edition of the bestselling Rolls VP 29 Phono Preamp
- Converts turntable phono output to line level output for use with audio systems + speakers
- Straight-forward design with quality components
- Made in USA
T E C H S P E C S + D E T A I L S
- Solid state phono stage
- Recommend for MM cartridges
- RIAA equalization
- Input: Stereo RCA
- Output: Stereo RCA; 1/8" TRS stereo
- Indicator: 1 Power LED
- AC adapter included
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It's worth noting, however, that there are no controls on it at all, neither a volume control of the 3.5mm stereo plug (so it's rather meant as a Line Out and not a headphone plug), nor a power button (though you could work around that by switching its power through the receiver's power).