Phono (MM/MC) Preamp: The Pro-Ject Phono Box USB allows you to
connect a turntable with either a MM (moving magnet) or MC (moving coil)
cartridge to today's home receiver's and amplifier which do not offer a
dedicated phono input. There is a button on the back of the unit which allows
you to switch between MM or MC mode.
Metal Case: The Phono Box USB's metal case shields the
electronics from vibration and electromagnetic interference.
Dual-Mono Circuitry: The Phono Box USB provides optimal channel
separation through dual-mono circuitry and low-noise ICs.
RIAA Equalization: The Pro-Ject Phono Box USB provides
amplification and RIAA equalization for both MM and MC cartridges.
RCA Connections: The Phono Box USB features gold-plated stereo
RCA connections. A stereo RCA input connects your turntable, and a stereo RCA
output connects your home receiver or amplifier. RCA cables sold separately.
Ground Terminal: The Phono Box USB also has a turntable ground,
in case your turntable has a separate ground lead. This provides shielding to
the tone-arm and the sensitive circuitry in the turntable.
A/D Converter with USB Output: The Phono Box USB features a
built-in A/D converter (Burr Brown PCM2904 16-Bit Delta Sigma) with a mini-USB
(type-B) output and comes with a USB type-A cable to record your vinyl music to
a Windows PC or Mac computer. The unit supports sampling frequencies of 32,
44.1, and 48kHz. Your computer must have a suitable recording program installed
(the Phono Box USB does not provide built-in recording software).
Note: Runs on Windows (XP/Vista/7) and Mac OS (operating
systems). Automatic recognition, without additional driver, by standard PC.
Outboard Power Supply: The Pro-Ject Phono Box USB operates off
of standard household AC current, using the supplied AC power adapter. The
external power adapter is separate from the phono preamp to further improve
- Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz,
- Output: 15V - 500mA (18V)
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