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October 29, 2017

Robert explains how to troubleshoot hum with Copla

September 27, 2017

Robert Morin explains the LCR Gold.  We got a lot of interest from people wanting to "take the LCR MKIII to the next level."  The LCR Gold pretty much is the LCR MKIII on steroids.  Key components are upgraded, silver wire allows for the beefy voltage regulators to bre...

September 27, 2017

It started sometime early in 2000 when getting exposure to the sound of an inductor based equalizer Robert Morin designed.  

Robert got interested in preamps and run across a Tango transformer which had the L (inductor) C (capacitor) R (resistor) configuration.  Knowing...

September 25, 2017

Building Shorting Plugs at Lounge Audio: we use male RCA plugs to short out the phono stage input connection to ground.

They are used to verify quiet, hum free operation of your preamp.

September 25, 2017

Shorting plugs are used to verify the quiet, hum free operation of your preamp without the turntable.

How to use them?

1. Turn down the volume on your amplifier

2. Have all devices powered off

3. Disconnect turntable cables from the phono preamp inputs

4. Disconnect the gro...

September 25, 2017

Lounge cables: we have 2 and 3 feet cables but if you want a different length, contact us.  

We use RG58U - solid copper center conductor & thick copper braided shielding with capacitance of 30 pico farads per foot

We use REAN phono gold connectors white and red


September 25, 2017

We include an AC to AC Power Adaptor with our LCRMKIII, Copla and LCR Gold.

The power adaptors are 18VAC 500mA for US and Canada and 16VAC 500mA for international use with appropriate input voltage.

The power adaptor must have a barrel plug of 2.1 mm to fit into our powe...

September 25, 2017

 We had a customer who contact us with problems regarding left & right channel levels.  As it turned out, there were problems with his cables and so the issue was resolved. This video demonstrates one of the two process we follow to check for left and right levels.  Th...