Sumiko Primare 928 Preamplifiers

Sumiko Primare 928 Preamplifiers 




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[Jan 11, 2009]


I have owned all audio equipment worth mentioning. The Primare 928 surpasses each and every competitor when it comes to design and enjoyment in dailyday use. Concerning sound it matches the best - a matter of taste, but always a top contender. Phono stage and MC step up are impressive.


If any it would be the tight composition within. It will take a skilled tech to service the unit. As for the components within they are highest quality, and some parts may be rare. It was built to last, but accidents may happen even with the best equipment.

The Primare 928 was the first preamp produced by Danish designer Lasse Bo Christensen (now Bow Technologies) around 1990. And in every aspect his masterpiece, needing to provie his skills in design and sound reproduction. It came with mono power amps delivering 150W each. I was informed 100 sets were produced in black - and just 5 in white color. The line stage is soft and detailed, matching the best solid state preamps. On top of this it has a superb, noiseless phono stage and MC. The most supprising part of this preamp however is the design - it's absolutely gorgeous! Both to look at and to use. You never get tired of the finesse and detail down to the tiniest part.. Works XLR balanced or with standard RCA.

Customer Service

Never needed it

Similar Products Used:

Classé Audio Six, Goldmund Mimesis, Gryphon Electra, Symphonie

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