Graham Slee Jazz Club

EQ the sound of 78s and early non-RIAA vinyl records
Manufacturer: Graham Slee
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  • EQ the sound of 78s and early non-RIAA vinyl records
  • Easily switches from stereo to mono (rear mounted switch)
  • Era Gold V performance when switched to RIAA
  • For moving magnet and high-output moving coil cartridges
  • Reduced record noise due to low latency (fast) EQ components
  • "Ultra-Linear tube-like" sound quality
  • Use it with our Elevator EXP for low output moving coil catridge


Even though the Jazz Club 78/RIAA Equalizer has been superseded by our Revelation M 78/RIAA Equalizer, the original Jazz Club has all the properties of the miraculous Era Gold V MM phono stage and offers a lower cost way of enjoying nearly 100 years of discs.

Its generous selection of preset equalisation curves make it possible to play old 78s, and LPs and EPs from the '40s and '50s the way they were intended to sound. A modern phono preamp only equalises RIAA standard records — those recorded since the mid-fifties.

Input range 2mV to 10mV
Output (for input range) 252mV to 1,260mV (1.26V)
Maximum input 39mV rms
Maximum output 4.914V rms
Gain 42dB (126) at 1kHz
Input impedance 47k Ohms plus 100pf
Output (driving/source) impedance 1.2k Ohm
Recommended load impedance 10k Ohm or greater
Noise at output -65dB CCIR Q-pk
Distortion 0.02%
EQ curve accuracy < 0.5dB
Channel balance 0.2dB
Channel separation 64dB
Size (approx.) W: 107 x H: 50 x D: 180 (mm) inc. jacks