I'm sure there is some advice or expert opinions from you Hi-Fi Guru's on the Forum.
My dilemma, is what settings to use for my current SUT. I have read many articles, and to be honest I'm none the wiser. (Mainly because of lack of knowledge / expertise).
I have included a few photos / information to assist but personally, I just can't get my head round this one.
It's not a case of what SUT, as I've tried a few high end examples without success or perceived difference in sound quality.
Anyway, (and I guess not the populous choice) I have an NJC hand built SUT, purchased on many favourable recommendations.
The SUT has a multitude of setting options, 1:10 / 1:20 and every conceivable resistance setting (see below). However, I am at a loss of which setting is correct or best for the current cartridge, which is a Benz Wood SL. As there appears to be little difference, apart from volume on any chosen setting.
Settings: (Benz SL)
Output Voltage 0.56mV
Source Impedance 0.12 Ohms
Recommended Load >100 Ohms
Amp: McIntosh MA 2275
Phono Stage Sensitivity: 4.4 mV for 2.5V rated output
Input impedance: phono - 47K Ohms, 65pf
High level 22K Ohms
Maximum Input Signal
High level, 8V
The rest of the info is in the form of photos, including my current setup. (See below)
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