Graham Slee Era Gold V Phono Stage
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Also known as: Graham Slee Era Gold Reflex C Phono Stage, Graham Slee Era Gold Reflex M Phono Stage
The Graham Slee Reflex M is a 2009 updated version of the classic Era Gold reflex, designed for use with MM or high output MC cartridges, with the option of the standard power supply or better PSU1. The Era Gold Reflex features a dual mono configuration and has an unparalleled ability to do one thing – reproduce music exactly the way it should sound, even to a greater degree than the Era Gold V.
The Reflex M is designed for use with either a standard moving magnet (MM) or high output moving coil (MC) cartridge (of 2mV to 8mV nominal output). The Reflex can also be used with a low output moving coil (MC) cartridges if used with the Elevator EXP head amp for the ultimate and uncompromising musical experience.
Graham Slee stated the ‘Reflex has the ability to separate the performers further than before, but still keeps the togetherness or cohesiveness of the performance. It can enable you to hear that missing word while still hearing the instrumental accompaniment—that’s what stability with wide bandwidth does – and nothing else can’.
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