H3000v - variable equalization phono preamplifier one of the 3000 series.
World leading components with revelatory clarity, incredible dynamics and drive, standard setting low noise and distortion if you have a vinyl collection that spans the history of music reproduction, you may never have really heard many of your records the H3000v is one of the very few phono pre-amplifiers in the world with user variable phono equalization, for compatibility with RIAA and non- RIAA recording standards the H3000v is absolutely indispensible for the serious vinyl collector and connoisseur at last.
Hear your vintage recordings as they were intended to be heard. The H3000v has all the features of the standard setting Allnic udio H3000 phono preamplifier.
Transformer coupled, LCR RIAA filter, vacuum tube phono preamplifier 2 moving coil and two moving magnet RCA inputs 2 output pairs, one balanced zero negative feedback separate vacuum tube power supply impedance adjustable, highest quality moving coil step-up transformers NOS tubes phase control switch easy to read tube monitor meters.
The H3000v phono preamplifier is a clear window to your vinyl sources, with an outstandingly low noise floor and distortion levels, incredible resolution and dynamics, and unbelievable soundstage realism - a challenge to the world for price to true high end audio performance - another example of everything that makes Allnic audio analogue products unique.
The H-3000 V has the following additional features to the H 3000:
- LATEST UPGRADED OUTPUT TRANSFORMERS -The H-3000V is equipped with the latest production, larger output transformers (available on all H-3000s produced after September 1, 2010 and otherwise available as an upgrade for the H- 3000).
- LCR TYPE RIAA EQUALIZATION - The H-3000V is equipped with newly developed Allnic “Multi-Curve” LCR units (one for each channel) which have four (4) Turn-overs (frequency options) and four (4) Roll-offs (gain reductions in dB). These new units provide for the reproduction of various recording curves (both for bass attenuation and treble boost) used by different companies prior to the establishment of the RIAA standard. There are 4 Turnover options, at: 250Hz, 400Hz, 500Hz RIAA and 700Hz.There are 4 Roll-off options (at 10KHz): -5dB, -11dB, -13.7dB RIAA and -16dB