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    I'm intrigued by this pre.... Does anyone have experience of it?
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    Not used one, but I remember it. Examples must surely be very old by now, it was around at about the same time as the Sequerra tuner. I seem to recall Mark Levinson having something to do with it, but I could be wrong.

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    From memory highly lauded at the time.

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    They fetch extraordinarily high prices but the ability to adjust, ever so slightly, for a room anomoly is tempting. However their age, and possible affect on system integrity is a bit worrying.
    Technics SP10 mk2
    Jan Allaerts MC 1 Boron mk1 cart
    Miyajima Shilabe cart
    Hashimoto HM-X SUT
    Siggwan (gimballed not unipivot) Cocobola 12"
    Aurorasound Vida LCR Phonostage
    The Truth linestage
    Dave Slagle Autoformer Volume Controller
    Cary 805c SET amps
    Audio Note ANe-SPX speakers
    Townshend Isolda speaker cables
    Cardas Golden Presence interconnects

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    Yes, I used one back in the day. It was a Mark Levinson design and very good. I doubt many were sold because of the cost and because it didn't seem to be on the market for long.

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