Output noise: (CCIR Q-Pk 22Hz-22 kHz) -67dB. Equivalent Input Noise: (EIN) -125dB. Reproduction characteristic: RIAA within 0.5dB total deviation 20Hz-20kHz. Total Harmonic Distortion plus noise measured at 80Hz, 1kHz, 5.6 kHz and 16 kHz: less than 0.05% typically. I bought the graham slee fanfare mc unit two weeks ago.
Whats my verdict so far... I liked it so much i orderd the psu1 unit for it as well. Have had the Fanfare for 10 days now and it has really settled in nicely. No muddiness coming in at all now; just a lovely clear precise sound that makes listening to vinyl a real pleasure. And it really does do a splendid job with reggae; recordings that I formerly thought of as poor and sluggish are now alive and dynamic.There is a downside, however. Switching over to listen to CD is much more disappointing than ever before, even on very good CD recordings. I have always been of the opinion that vinyl sounds better than CD but the Fanfare now gives vinyl a huge edge in my system. The Fanfare kept everything nice and tidy, allowing the listener to plunge into the heart of the music, while still being able to distinguish individual elements: a subtle bass riff, the stroke of a brush on a snare drum, the intake of a singer's breath... Extracting both the music and emotion with utter conviction. The midrange textures were almost tangible, the treble sweet and airy, the bass deep and authoritative.
Deon Schoeman, Phono Pre-Amplifiers: Graham Slee Projects Gram Amp 3 Fanfare, Audio Video. The item "Graham Slee Fanfare Gram Amp 3 Moving Coil Phono Stage, New open box" is in sale since Tuesday, February 2, 2021.
This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\TV, Video & Home Audio\Home Audio\Home Audio Components\Record Players/Home Turntables". The seller is "we4six" and is located in Whitman, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.