Tom Evans Audio DesignGroove+ SRX mkIITom Evans Audio Design Groove+ SRX mkII TOP of the Line Phono---Price reduced---- Tom Evans Groove+ SRX MK2 US$4700 (retail USD$8900) Excellent condition, used for much less than 2 months, manufactured in 9/2016. The Groove+ is a legendary phono stage that...4700.00

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---Price reduced---- Tom Evans Groove+ SRX MK2 US$4700 (retail USD$8900) Excellent condition, used for much less than 2 months, manufactured in 9/2016. The Groove+ is a legendary phono stage that has been in production for many years. The SRX MKII is the highest level upgrade which puts it just one level below the $23K flagship MasterGroove Mkll. I have owned several phono stages and this is truly one of the two best: It certainly surpasses all my previous phono stages such as Pass Xono, Vacuum State JLTI, Wright Sound, Shindo Giscours and Monbrison, Cyrus Phono Signature, as well as many others I heard (Audio Flight, Aesthetix, Audio Research). I have a much more expensive Accuphase that runs as main phono in my full Accuphase system. Selectable loading: 112, 126, 144, 168, 200, 250, 333, 500, 1000 ohm Sale in Canada preferred but can also ship to the US. Local pickup in downtown Toronto possible. Please contact me with any question you might have about the phono stage. Please feel free to check my perfect Audiogon and CAM feedback (user:restock). ----------------Make sure to read the new EAR review, just issued on Nov. 9th:------------- http://www.the-ear.net/review-hardware/tom-evans-audio-design-groove-srx-mkii-mc-phono-stage "I used the Groove+ with a variety of moving coils including a Rega Aphelion, Audio Technica ART1000 and Transfiguration Proteus and got superb results with all of them...The Groove+ has very little in the way of audible character which is presumably why you can hear so much detail through it, .... if it were a TV it would be in the 10K league .... What you don’t get is any thickening of the sound, some designers tune their products to have a slightly warmer sound in order perhaps to make less revealing systems sound more luxurious. But if you want to hear more of the music and less of the equipment then a totally neutral balance is the only way to go and this is very much the case here." ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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