Lamm 's LP-1 Signature phono preamp

Lamm Industries introduced the new LP-1 Signature dual-mono phono preamplifier ($32,790), with two separate chassis power supplies. Each channel uses two high-transconductance triodes without feedback. The new phono preamplifier was used in a system with Lamm ML-3 amplifers ($159,490), an LL-1 preamplifier ($42,790), connected to a pair of Wilson Audio MAXX3 speakers ($69,500/pair) with Kubala-Sosna cables throughout. Music was played on a Kronos turntable ($32,000) fitted with a Graham Phantom II Supreme tonearm ($6000) and a ZYX Universal II cartridge ($8,495). Vladimir Lamm was also using two pairs of his ML2.2 monoblocks ($37,290/pair) to drive a pair of Verity Audio Lohengrin loudspeakers ($120,000/pair) in an adjoining room. The sound in both rooms was spacious, smooth, dynamic, and full.
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MVBC's picture
Again?

I'd imagine the sound better be out of this world, sublime etc... with this kind of cash on the table. Is it a reflection of being "blase" or is this, that a regular stamped metal frame, with regular wire connections clips product sounds OK, hardly trancendental? Honestly...

Malcolm02's picture
Over half a million dollars of audio equipment ...

Yawn ...

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