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If you’re a vinyl lover, having a high-quality phono preamplifier is essential to getting the best possible sound from your turntable and LPs. Paragon offers a variety of phono preamps at a wide-range of price points and capabilities. Shop below to find the right phono preamplifier for your system.

16 products found in Phono Preamplifiers

McIntosh C1100 Tube Preamplifier & Power Controller
  • $0.00

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Pro-Ject Phono Box MM Preamplifier
  • $79.00

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Pro-Ject Optical Box E Phono Preamplifier
  • $139.00

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MoFi StudioPhono Phono Stage
  • $299.00

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Pro-Ject Phono Box Ultra 500 Preamplifier
  • $399.00

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MoFi UltraPhono Phono Stage
  • $499.00

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Pro-Ject Phono Box DS2 USB Preamplifier
  • From $649.00

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Musical Surroundings Phonomena II+ Phono Preamplifier
  • $750.00

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Pro-Ject Phono Box RS Preamplifier
  • $999.00

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Musical Surroundings Nova III Phono Preamplifier
  • From $1,500.00

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McIntosh MP100 Phono Preamplifier
  • $2,000.00

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Audio Research PH9 Phono Preamplifier
  • $8,500.00

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McIntosh MP1100 Phono Preamplifier
  • $8,500.00

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Audio Research REF3 Phono Preamplifier
  • $15,000.00

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Dan D'Agostino Momentum Phonostage
  • $28,000.00

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Audio Research REF10 Phono Preamplifier
  • $33,000.00

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A phono preamplifier (also called a phono stage) is a dedicated separate preamplifier for your turntable. Why do you need a separate phono stage? A good phono stage offers dedicated amplification for your turntable signal, and as a result, better analog sound quality. A turntable demands more amplification than digital sources, and the phono cartridge on your turntable also influences amplification demand. For example, a moving coil (MC) phono cartridge has lower output than a moving-magnet (MM) type, so the MC needs even more amplification. A phono preamplifier has built-in settings to regulate the different amplification demands, and allows you to switch between them. A separate phono preamplifier also gives you the opportunity to match an analog source with analog sound from vacuum tubes, without having your digital inputs play through tubes (if you don't like tube sound for digital). Shop our collection of phono preamplifiers online, or visit our showroom for a demonstration.