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Mark Levinson No. 32 - (Preamplifiers)

Mark Levinson No. 32  - (Preamplifiers)
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7 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews of Mark Levinson No. 32 - (Preamplifiers). The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Receivers & Amplifiers for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 100/100.

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Mark Levinson No. 32 Reference Stereo Preamplifier

 

Introduction When Mark Levinson announced they would be introducing a $16,000 preamp ($18,500 with the phono section) there was a group of long time loyalists who scurried to authorized dealers to put down deposits while other audiophiles and music...

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Mark Levinson No. 32 Preamplifiers

 

ML 32 replaced Cello Audio Suite in my system, while power amplifiers remains to be Cello Encore 150 (at least for now). Though I had thought that Cello preamp with amps will be best match in terms of impendence matching (1 mega ohm etc), I prefer the...

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Mark Levinson No. 32 Preamplifiers

 

Bought the ML32 to replace my aging Krell KRC3 preamp. Bought the dealer's demo unit. All i can say that it is definitely in a different class from my KRC3 preamp. I can hear so much more detail through the 32, imaging is 3D with excellent holographic...

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Mark Levinson No. 32 - (Preamplifiers)

 

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Mark Levinson No. 32 Preamplifiers

 

For me the most valuable consideration in evaluating a piece of audio gear is that it be uncolored. In other words, I do not want the component to impart any characteristic into the source material that wasn't in the source originally. On this front...

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Mark Levinson No. 32 Preamplifiers

 

Why do I need a preamp when I am using Elgar +, where I can do a direct connection to the power amps. Simply put the No.32 lights up the harmonics in the system. I have tried endless combination, I mean it is more detailed and balanced

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Mark Levinson No. 32 Preamplifiers

 

I've always found the preamp to be the weakest link. Not any more. The No. 32 is tonally neutral and conveys the wide dynamic range of music like a reference tube preamp but with the speed quiet and slam or solid state. Dead silent. Has a wide deep...

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