Notes: Pictures of the board and caps added at request of member. The PCB in a corner (see pic) is stamped "Plinius Phono Preamp Rev. 1 Top Copper Copyright (c) 1995"
Added pictures of transformer and junction box that appears to allow for switching to 240v operation from 120v.
Silver Faceplate M14 (Model 14) Plinius phono stage from around the year 2000. This is a highly regarded solid-state phono stage and retailed for $3,495 in 2000. Gain (Low = +55db, High = +61db) and Loading adjustments (22, 47, 100, 470, 1K, 47K) are conveniently located on the front -- no DIP switches or opening the case to change loading or gain. The front also has a Phase switch and a Mute switch along with a small blue LED in the middle. On the back are balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (RCA) outputs along with a single set of phono cable inputs.
I purchased this about 3-4 years ago as an upgrade for my Plinius Jarrah phono stage. It has functioned flawlessly in my system. Overall excellent condition cosmetically. Rated Very Good for the one minor annoyance that the ground lug shaft was slightly bent in shipment so it can take 5-10 extra seconds sometimes to get it to lock down tight.
120v unit made for USA and similar voltage countries. I will cover Fedex ground shipping in lower 48 USA at my asking price; faster shipping available at buyer's expense. Paypal adds 3% or bank check/money order accepted from buyers with solid history of 100% feedback.
No original box but I pack securely for safe arrival. A copy of the Owner's Manual (printed from .pdf download) is included.
Typical prices on these are $1300-$1600, so my price is firm at $1200 shipped.