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Tisbury Audio Domino Phono Preamplifier: Made with…Hands

Tisbury Audio has today released its first phono preamplifier: the Domino. Handmade in the UK, it arrives within an American walnut and aluminium enclosure

The new phono amplifier features four switchable gain settings (i.e. 40, 49, 58 and 67 dB) and two input load settings (47 Ohms and 47 kOhms), allowing it to be used with high output MM, low output MC or any cartridge in-between.

“Versatility was the main design goal,” said Wes Young of Tisbury. “Putting together a good turntable system can be a challenge, so we wanted the Domino to allow any cartridge to be paired with any amp, without compromising the sound or price. This is especially useful when pairing it with our Mini passive preamp, as you’ll always be able to set your ideal gain level.”

Price is £139. Low cost worldwide shipping is offered, along with a 15 day returns period and 2 year limited warranty.

More information and high resolution images are available at: www.tisburyaudio.co.uk

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  • Reply
    3rd October 2017 at 6:29 pm

    That’s a really neat looking little box of tricks. I’ve been reading a lot about Tisbury Audio since I got your post. I cannot believe the low prices they charge and, yet for someone like me, where can their devices – pre and/or phono amps fit into my well assembled valve system? It’s driving me nuts! Having never heard or even seen a passive pre I’ve no idea what to expect. Light and airy highs with no bass lol! As for the phono pre with both mm and mc options at such a giveaway price the mind boggles. You’ll have to review them both Paul to put us out if our misery!

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      3rd October 2017 at 7:10 pm

      Yep – I’ve put my name down for one, Dermot 🙂 Got to wait a couple of months I think.

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    3rd October 2017 at 9:22 pm

    Brilliant! I’ve already sent them an email expressing my complete and utter mystery as to why I should be interested in their products! Looking forward to hearing what they have to say. You too 😉

  • Reply
    Graham Wood
    25th February 2019 at 2:52 pm

    Hi Paul – did you ever get a chance to review this? Worth a listen?

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      25th February 2019 at 3:31 pm

      Fell down the cracks, Graham – sorry. I was promised a sample, was asked to wait while the company sorted stock, etc…and then things drifted. That said, now you’ve reminded me. I’ll remind them. From what I hear from colleagues, yes its worth a listen. Have yet to hear it myself though.

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