It's not rocket science. If you put top-notch, high-performance circuitry into an inexpensive package you can sell it for less a lot less. And that's exactly what Musical Fidelity did with their V-LPS II. Inside its unassuming brushed-metal exterior lies a high-end, precision-made phono preamp, ready to reveal layers of musical detail and dynamics hidden in the grooves of your favorite vinyl recordings. What you pay for is fantastic sound, not a fancy box.
Enjoy a huge sonic upgrade with your LPs
If you're plugging your turntable directly into the phono input of an amp or receiver, you may be missing out on a lot of sonic goodness. That's because many manufacturers use low-cost, low-fi circuitry that sounds flat and lifeless. The V-LPS II solves that problem. It boosts and equalizes the tiny voltages coming from your 'table's phono cartridge to deliver a robust, line-level signal infused with rich, dynamic sound. You'll experience the thunderous impact of a timpani as the mallet strikes home, and thrill to the shimmering reverberation of strings and cymbals as they echo off the concert hall walls. Your music will come to life with new levels of energy.
The V-Series difference
With the V-Series family of components, you could say that the "V" stands for value. Musical Fidelity puts all the money on the the V-LPS II's insides where it really counts instead of spending big bucks on a fancy-looking exterior. That means you get the premium-quality performance of a component many times its cost for a bargain price.
The V-LPS II features virtually ruler-flat response, extremely low distortion, and very low noise. Plus, its inputs are compatible with either moving magnet or moving coil cartridges, to ensure easy plug'n'play hookup with virtually any turntable and cartridge combination.