Preamplificator Phono iFi Audio Micro iPHONO

  • Preamplificator Phono iFi Audio Micro iPHONO
  • Preamplificator Phono iFi Audio Micro iPHONO
  • Preamplificator Phono iFi Audio Micro iPHONO
1999,00 RON
De la: 333.17 lei / luna
Livrarea este gratuita in Bucuresti prin curier AVMall (daca comanda depaseste 299 ron), timpul de livrare este de 24-48 de ore, in cazul in care s-a facut confirmarea livrarii de catre AVmall.
Livrarea este gratuita pentru provincie prin Fan Curier (daca comanda depaseste 500 ron) timpul de livrare este de 24-48 de ore, in cazul in care s-a facut confirmarea livrarii de catre AVmall.

When you see the iPhono for the first time, you won′t believe your eyes. The compact package belies its serious, heavyweight performance. Its features include 6 x stereo EQ curves, adjustable MC load, dedicated ultra-low noise MC stage, adjustable MM load, adjustable gain, exemplary Class A circuitry with an ultra-wide dynamic range approaching that of CD.

Previously such high-end features have rarely, if at all, been available to only a very select number of phono preamplifiers costing at least 10x more. Despite its modest price and wealth of features, most important of all, the iPhono enhances your vinyl system.

With the iPhono in your vinyl playback system, from the moment the needle is seated in the record grove you will know the iPhono is something special. The fact that this is how vinyl should truly sound, is in no small part due to the Class A TubeState tri-brid amplification which offers a natural, real sound.

To achieve the ultimate performance not previously thought possible, our engineers went back to the Golden Age of audio design. The entire iPhono design is based on exquisite Class A TubeState amplification, a tri-brid of Bi-Polar devices, J-Fets and Advanced Discrete components. This is no ordinary phono stage.

With lower distortion, better dynamics, and excellent transient response, your complete music collection will simply sound alive. Your Rock, Jazz and Classical— music will sound sweet, vivid, and lifelike. The full potential of your music collection realised, at last.

The iPhono isn′t just a perfect match for your LPs. It′s a perfect match for your cartridge, too. With up to 66dB of gain, individually adjustable MM and MC load across a wide range (high-end features available only in phono amplifiers costing many times more) any cartridge at any price may be accommodated optimally, making the iPhono one of the most versatile phono stages to grace the vinyl sector.

When you see the iPhono for the first time, you won′t believe your eyes. The compact package belies its serious, heavyweight performance. Its features include 6 x Stereo EQ curves.

The iPhono has a total number of 6 different Stereo EQ curves to choose from. So you never have to play an LP with the wrong EQ curve ever again and put up with sub-optimal sound quality. This makes the iPhono one of the most tonally-accurate phono preamplifiers ever, period.

*Decca:London, Deutsche Grammophon(DG),Archiv, EMI,Argo,NAB etc…

RIAA:standard EQ curve for all records issued after 1980s and some after 1950s

*Columbia/CBS,Epic,EMI(records originally-issued under Columbia)

eRIAA:for modern records with excessive phase-shift and hight-frequency roll-off

IEC:RIAA with IEC subsonic filter
eRIAA/IEC:enhanced RIAA with IEC subsonic filter

*: For pre-1980s records

iPhono for everyone!

Submitted by Dukkan HiFi (iFi:Turkey).

“project debut carbon esprit + 2mRed + iFi iPhono. This TT sounds much better with iPHONO”

Thanks Hakan and Dukkan HiFi!

iPhono: Quiet, clean and simple to use!

Pros: quiet background sound, sound processor into place. Simple, easy to use

“Feel the music scene of the initial solution is static, almost no ripple property. When sung music, theater in chapter one Vorspiel (Allegro Moderato) becomes extremely lively music is very attractive. It is nothing more than the music critics rated the Bruch Violin Concerto No1 violin concertos par 3 of 3 famous composers another Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Brahms. That′s critics summarized: “Germany has four violin concertos of Beethoven′s D-major, e-minor Mendelssohn, Brahms and Bruch g D-major-minor….During the 4-LP collection of Bruch, Salvatore Accardo′s guitar sound emerged gifted, beautiful and richly nuanced as well as volume, very subtle, but not too deep or torment. Normally, the solo violin bass does not provide the desired bass enthusiast listeners. However, because this is a collection of works for violin and orchestra to orchestra bass are fully met. It is relatively tight bass and deep down. iPhono handle very clean and thorough bands….Same experience with metal wheels vinyl MC, TestLab LP Tchaikovsky Concerto No1 heard in B-flat Minor For Piano and Orchestra, Op.23 by Emil Gilels plays the piano and orchestra by Zubin Mehta New York Philharmonic commander. At the time of this game, the background sound is extremely quiet, and orchestral guitar sound as expected from the stage to the audience, such as sitting in front of that orchestra.”

“Solutions listen to iPhono shows concerto for guitar entirely comparable with the concertos for other instruments, including the Concerto for Cello and Orchestra by Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi Dvorak′s cello playing with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra by Zdenek Kosler Command (CBS Sony disc) that TestLab listen then.”

Thanks Quynh Trang, Pcworld and TestLab!

iDSD Nano & Micro iPhono appears in Andante Magazine!

“iPhono: Small size despite 6 x stereo EQ curves, adjustable MCU load, devotees of ultra-low-noise MC stage, adjustable MM load, adjusted earnings and ultra-wide dynamic range with class A circuit quality features such as hosting iphono very top is for the price succeeds.”

“iDSD Nano: The world′s smallest can of portable (only 163 g) with batteries work with the DAC idsd, all high definition formats (PCM / DSD / DXD) can play.”

Translated by Google.

Thanks Andante magazine and Dukkanhifi (iFi:Turkey)!

The iPhono is awarded the “Exceptional Value 2014 Award” from Richard H. Mak of Tonepublications!

“When the little iFi iPhono box first landed on my desk, I thought it was my wife′s new iPhone….It was designed by Thorsten Loesch using technology trickled down from AMR′s nearly $12,000 Reference PH-77 phonostage. The iPhono may be small, but it is loaded with features that you will be hard pressed to find in other similarly priced phonostages….But sonically, the iPhono exceeds all my expectations for a phonostage of its size and price…and carries some of the organic characteristics of the much more expensive AMR PH-77, doing so without grain or edginess….The iPhono is a fantastic anchor for your first analog setup. Few others can compete with its sonics and there is nothing near it′s price that can compete with its feature set….All of this considered, we are happy to award the iPhono our last Exceptional Value Award of 2014.”

Wow, thank you very much for awarding us this!

Special thanks to Richard H. Mak and Tonepublications!

Audio Accessory Magazine takes the iPHONO for a spin

This title is “Phono EQ to realise a deep and full enjoyment of analog” so we presume the EQ curves have been fully deployed!

Checkout the cool tangential turntable − we are sure the iPhono was not out of its depth!


Michael Fremer′s Analogo Planet iTUBE elevates US$10k setup into “A Super System”

Towards the end of the very nice VC Audio Labs MB-45 KT120 Monoblock Power Amplifier review, Michael Fremer dropped the iTube into the US$10k setup and it seems like he enjoyed what happened next:

“So I took the amps upstairs to my home theater that uses a pair of excellent Sonics by Joachim Gerhard Amerigo speakers (the brand name was subsequently changed to Spiral Groove and later to Canalis). These are/were $8000 3-way floor standers with relatively low 85dB efficiency. Add the Oddwatt MB-45s and the iFi iTube and you′re at around $10,000………Holy shit! The combination was like “what more could one want”? The iTube sufficiently (but just subtly) softened the overall sound to produce some of the best sound I′ve heard yet from those speakers. There was an ideal synergy between the iTube and the amps. The volume was almost up all the way but I was playing it loud into a fairly large room. The speakers are usually powered by 200 watts per channel of a 5 channel John Curl designed Parasound A-51 amp that′s very good sounding but these tube amps produced tube amp oomph and spaciousness while locking down those woofers.”

Thanks Analog Planet. Try the iPhono+iTube = baby PH-77!


Watt magazine gives the iPHONO 6 stars (Top Score)!

In the first part of the PDF Roy Ervin Solstad writes that ifi Micro is from a new company using the technology from the English high-end company Abbingdon Music Research (AMR).

“AMR PH-77 is often recognized as one of the best phono-equalisers in the world.”

” First of all it is very fun to listen to. The dynamics is impressive and you can easy listen within the most complex parts of pieces of music….Kari Bremnes sounds like Kari Bremnes and not like Twiggy or Aretha Franklin….The best thing with this amplifier is that it does not do a few things very good, while other parts of the sound reproduction suffer. Conclucion: If there is an absolute nobrainer among phono-equalisers in todays market, it mus be the IFI iPhono. It would be a bargain even at a double price. Run out and buy before the manufacturer discover (that the price is much to low.)

WE LIKE: Incredible flexible − Excellent sound − Price

WE DON´T LIKE: Absolutely nothing

WATT THINKS: This phono-equaliser has a sound and a price that makes it a coup (a bargain).

In Watt the best products get 6 stars; iPhono got 6 stars.

Special thanks to Watt Magizine (Nr), Audio Aktøren (iFi: Norway) and Roy Ervin Solstad!



AMR′s Thorsten Loesch gets Murfie′d!

17 February 2014, Murfie is a modern take on the neighbourhood record store. But online/electronic. They interviewed AMR′s Chief Designer; Thorsten Loesch about the iPhono and its DNA tracing back to the US$12k AMR PH-77.
We hope you like the review!


iPHONO Polishes off the Competition in Poland

16 January 2014, “The idea of artists iPhono, that engineers already mentioned Abbingdon Music Research: Thorsten Loesch and Pat Wayne was a “transfer” of the sound of the flagship preamp called AMR PH-77 to a small IFI enclosure…. the biggest surprise for me as a supporter of analog technology, was the fact that a small transistor iPhono proposes the sound of beautiful color, underlines the latent heat in the vinyl brings to the surface the sound of black culture plate….. iPhono has a rare ability to emphasize the rhythm tracks and their proper pace. It has ease of portraying the natural beauty of the sound of instruments and vocals texture − makes it masterfully. Clean and tangibly…. IFI is a unique iPhono phono preamplifier. It offers not only a multitude of functions, but also unparalleled musicality and sound smartness racial proposed at an affordable price around 1 750 zÅ‚. In my opinion − an opportunity, because it is difficult to find in the 1 500 − 3 000 zÅ‚ more versatile and well playing preamplifier. I would recommend with a clear conscience.”
So much to quote yet so little space! Many thanks to Luis Hegel of Stereoblogspot and Moje


Size doesn′t matter…not when it comes to iFi

13 December 2013, Reviewer Max Delissen penned an extremely complimentary and thorough review of the iFi micro range from the iUSB Power right through to the iPHONO.
“The Micro series and the associated cables iFi has a wonderful range of highly affordable and (sometimes very far) above their price-performance products put down…iFi is beautifully designed audio bonbons, audiophile delicious candy that can be consumed. unabashed in quantities And that′s a good thing, because it is just as addictive as ‘real′ candy …” Thank you Max!


The Good Doctor can′t praise the iPHONO enough!

16 October 2013, To the uninitiated, DoctorJohn is an ‘undergound′ hard core vinylphile. He does not suffer components gladly and makes sonic observations based upon sonics, not price. “The iPhono is unusually fine-grained and quiet (not just at its price, but comparable to most products regardless of price). It makes the music flow naturally, and has excellent rendition of hall sound. It doesn′t play to the gallery, instead rewards in the long term. The iPhono compares well to more expensive phonostages (even to the Nagra BPS reviewed below), and so is surely a BEST BUY. I think mid-priced phonoamps, not to mention budget ones, will have a hard time going up against the iPhono…The battery-operated BPS is very quiet. But the iPhono is subjectively equally (perhaps even more) so. In this regard, the achievement of the iPhono is outstanding. If blind-folded and asked to tell which is battery operated, I just may say iPhono!”
Thank you DoctorJohn for a very thorough review.


Philippines young head fiyers getting jeepney with iFi

26 August 2013, “iDAC: For me, this is the best product in the product line…A big addition to the iDAC‘s plus points is with how it can simply be powered through the USB. Truly portable indeed. Power on top is also impressive by being able to power 600 ohms through the high gain. Pairing the iDAC to a warm amplifier was ethereal. Bliss filled enjoyment indeed! Making the iDAC my favorite product from the line!”
Thanks to Cholo at When in Manila!


Mono & Stereo: iPhono ‘Best Vinyl and Value award!′

14 August 2013, Editor Matej Isak of Mono & Stereo was ‘over the moon′ listening to Blade Runner 180g using the iPhono! ‘For all of you wondering about the lower range performance, just try out the Blade Runner′ sound track. This little musical aluminum preamp will shake your room the way down toward 25 hz if your speakers allow it… Now take your sleeves and dig into your LP music collection. The time has come! i-Fi iPhono clearly received first Mono & Stereo Analog award for best performance and price valued phono preamplifier. I only wish more companies would follow such a route as clearly taken by i-Fi.”


Music Emotion says ‘Less is More, with 6 iFi components!′

12 August 2013, Music Emotion, one of the most esteemed audio magazines in the Netherlands had this to say about the full ifi system, “Well, how do you summarise such a test of six different but each still as strong the other in an appropriate manner? In any case, by saying that the iFi Micro series without exception is beautifully built and each is a great sounding device for very interesting prices and even as your system changes over time.” Many thanks to Music Emotion and Daluso (ifi: Netherlands).


Fidelity magazine of Germany holding on to the the iPHONO.

27 June 2013, Even as of today, only in Germany, vinyl is still more popular than digital. It is the only audio market where this aberration exists. So it is fair to say that they are fanatical about their vinyl. Watch this nifty Fidelity editorial introducing their latest edition including the iPHONO…
Cai Brockman in the YouTube video officially confirmed Fidelity′s very well-respected editor, Mr Roland Kraft refused to return the iPHONO after the review, as he could not possibly part with it! There is a downside to making exceptional products, they don′t come back…


Japan′s ‘Analog′ Waxing over the iPHONO

15 June 2013, The iPHONO is introduced in ‘Analog′ magazine (2013 Summer # 40). The author is Shun Ishihara. ‘The iPHONO is by no means inferior to the high-end in neither looks nor sound′ thanks to Ryo-san and Google translation!


Digital vs Vinyl: iFi vs iFi?

12 June 2013, Like that famous 1979 Kramer vs Kramer movie, Tone audio′s John Darko adopted a similar tack and compared vinyl against digital. The Lenco75/Denon 103R/iPhono was up against the iUSB/Resonessence Concero DAC…Interested? Who won? Is vinyl better than digital? Read on…(p132)


Chris Martens of HiFi+ had the following nice comments about the iFi stack at the recent High-End Show in Munich.

21 May 2013, “iFi is, as many Hi-Fi+ readers already know, a spin-off from the British firm Abbingdon Music Research. What words cannot adequately convey, however, is the sheer sonic sophistication of the iFi′s compact and very affordable micro-components. A perfect example would be the firm′s iPhono phono stage (€399), which sounds so good you might think there was digit missing somewhere in the unit′s price tag. But not so; the iPhono is simply that good, thanks—no doubt—to liberal applications of AMR-derived design know-how.”


Enjoy the Music praises the iFi Triple Combo

1 May 2013 ‘You could easily spend two to five times the cost of the iPhono and iDAC + iUSBPower and not gain much or any sonic benefit.′ Punchy and succinct. Thank you ETM and Clive Meakins!


Enjoy the Music′s Ron Nagle rediscovered his vinyl with the iPHONO

20 February 2013, We would like to thank Ron Nagle for his thorough journey into the vinyl reproduction with the iPHONO. Ron concluded, ‘Buy it if you play vinyl, for you most certainly could not lose. More and more by bucking the pricing escalation this is a rare audiophile no-brainer bargain. On a personal note: “I have learned a few things about my vinyl system and in the process enjoyed every fiddly minute” From the magazine Enjoy the and from me, Semper Hi-Fi!′ Thank you Enjoy The Music!


iPHONO review: The WitchDoctor bedazzled by the iPHONO

18 February 2013, We would like to thank the WitchDoctor′s Gary Pearce for spending time with the iPHONO, ‘iFi is on a serious roll with its range of Micro components. They′re well made, have excellent specs and are almost embarrassingly inexpensive. The iPhono is no exception, proving faultless in operation, and with excellent ‘giant killing′ sound quality. No, it′s not a reference phono pre, but it′ll give most phono stages under $3K a real fright.′


What′s a $8500 Cartridge Doing on the iPhono?

28 Dec 2012, Suffice to say, Michael Fremer of Analog Planet and friends absolutely loved the iPHONO, ‘A few people I know came over and did some listening not knowing what they were hearing, thinking it was the usual stuff here, and no one, I mean no one complained….Can you pay a stronger complement to a piece of $399 gear in such a critical role in a system that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars? I don′t think so! A big thanks to Analog Planet!


iPHONO Prescribed by the Good Doctorjohn

26 November 2012, Doctorjohn of CheapTubeAudio fame had some nice words to say about the iPhono: ‘At this point, after some extrapolation I became convinced of the device′s merit, and promptly ordered one (eh…to be honest, I had decided to buy one before I walked in!′ Hey Doc, we like your ‘buy before you try′ with ifi! Seriously, we look forward to the full iPhono write-up.


iFi Bewitches at the National Audio Show′s Headzones 2012

November 2012, I can′t recall hearing anything quite like this before from headphones, not even from a pair of Jecklin Floats which are well-known for presenting music in front of one′s head. Not in it. To say I was excited is putting it mildly.


Hi-Fi+/TAS Can-Jam 2012 Report − Part 1

23 Oct 2012, Chris Martens of report on the iFi micro from RMAF: “But don′t be misled by the affordable pricing, though; the beautifully finished iFi Micro components are very serious both in intent and in the sonic results they achieve.”


Avatar Acoustics′ Multiple World Premieres

Oct 17, 2012 Jason Victor Serinus of Stereophile report on the iFi micro from RMAF: “I was especially seduced by the system′s compelling warmth in the midrange and correctly proportioned bass. But really, everything in this room sounded really good.”


iFi from Avatar Acoustics & AMR

Oct 17, 2012 Stephen Mejias of Stereophile report on the iFi micro from RMAF: “Michael Lavorgna went home with the iDac, Michael Fremer went home with the iPhono, “


The iFi Micro iPhono Fits In The Palm of Your Hand, But!

Oct 17, 2012 Michael Fremer of report on the iFi micro from RMAF and brought one home: “Oh and the price is $399! Crazy, no? I brought one home from the show and will be trying ASAP!”


RMAF 2012 iFi

Oct 13, 2012 Michael Lavorgna of Stereophile report on the iFi micro from RMAF and brought one home: “The iDAC is small enough to easily fit in a backpack just like the one I carry around audio shows (hint).”


Specificatii Preamplificator Phono iFi Audio Micro iPHONO

Specificatii Specifications:
Dynamic Range(MM): >96dB
Dynamic Range (MC): >90dB
Signal to Noise Ratio (MM): >76dB
Signal to Noise Ratio (MC): >82dB
Crosstalk: <-70dB(1KHz)
Total Harmonic Distortion(THD): <0.01%
Frequency Response: 10Hz − 100KHz ±0.5dB
Output Impedance (Zout): <110Ω
Input Voltage: AC 100 − 240V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption: < 4W
Dimensions: 158(l)x68(w)x28(h)mm
Weight: 198g(0.44lbs)
Tip Echipament Phono Stage (Preamp)

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