Unboxing Mark Levinson 5805 Integrated Amp & 5105 Turntable

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MARK LEVINSON NO5805 INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER FOR DIGITAL AND ANALOG SOURCES: https://www.audiolab.com/mark-levinson-no5805-integrated-amplifier-for-digital-and-analog-sources-buyers-club/

MARK LEVINSON NO 5105 HIGH-PERFORMANCE TURNTABLE: https://www.audiolab.com/mark-levinson-no-5105-high-performance-turntable/

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The foundation of the Nº 5805 is its proprietary PurePath signal path- a fully discrete, direct-coupled, dual-monaural line-level preamp circuit, for which the Shelton design team has two patents pending. A unique single gain stage mated to a digitally controlled resistor network for volume adjustment maintains maximum signal integrity and widest possible bandwidth. Each of its three stereo line level inputs—one balanced XLR and two single-ended, using custom Mark Levinson RCA connectors—has its own individual high-reliability signal switching relays.

A newly designed Phono stage features a hybrid gain topology, mating key discrete components from the acclaimed 500 Series Pure Phono stage with low-noise integrated circuits for high performance at lower cost. Also like the 500 Series, a hybrid active/passive RIAA equalizer employs precision resistors and polypropylene capacitors for exceptional accuracy and sonic clarity. The user can select MM/MC gain and infrasonic filter from the setup menu, while capacitive and resistive loading settings are easily accessed from the rear panel.

Showcase your vinyl collection with a turntable custom made with the finest materials, technology and artisanship in the world. With a lavish design and outstanding performance, the № 5105 is engineered to reveal every intricate nuance from a song’s original recording with explosive dynamics and an expansive sonic image.
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