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McIntosh C47 stereo analog and digital preamp

Get the best sound from your analog and digital sources

The McIntosh C47 digital and analog preamp lets you play music from nearly any source and get world-renowned McIntosh sound quality. Its split-chassis design virtually eliminates noise, and it's a great complement to any amplifier.

  • Eric B from Saginaw

    Posted on 7/6/2017

    4 grand!!!!!! you could literally purchase an Apogee Symphony, RME UFX, Burl Mothership (or a lot of others) for about same price or less and i bet twice the quality....a little dumbfounded as to why a set of Solid State Inputs and some "alright" DA costs 4 grand?

  • RW from Providence

    Posted on 7/5/2017

    The curse of the audiophile is his own belief in the golden ear. Why of COURSE I'm willing to spend as much on a pre-amp as I would a quality used car, and as much on a turntable as I could pay for a new Audi! Was there ever any doubt? If you want to really go down the rabbit hole, visit Audiogon.

  • Michel from Grand Forks

    Posted on 7/3/2017

    4000$ for some 400$ worth of costs is way over the top in extreme overpricing

  • Dude from Los Angeles

    Posted on 7/2/2017

    $4,0000 is way overpriced

  • Bob Oldliver from Hentonville

    Posted on 12/26/2016

    Prove that it doesn't sound better

  • Df from Long Beach

    Posted on 12/25/2016

    Now can it really sound better than my Sansui CA 2000 w my Bob Latino St 70?? Prove it!!!

  • mike nixon from colorado springs

    Posted on 12/20/2016

    I need MC BADLY - also need a 384 dac btw.

  • Todd A from Davis Junction

    Posted on 12/9/2016

    If you have the $4k.....go for it.

  • Jeff from San Diego

    Posted on 12/5/2016

    I have a pair of active KRK speakers. I'm looking to front end them with a preamp that has a remote and can do at least 6 bands of EQ. Inputs include iPhone mini stereo jack and an RCA device or two (cd player, etc). Is this the product I want?