Pro-Ject T2 Super Phono with RIAA stage

Maybe your next turntable?

written by / 2024-04-22 - 8:00 am
Pro-Ject T2 Super Phono with RIAA stage

The threshold for buying a turntable today is not very high. Gone are the days when they were complicated to set up and difficult to use. The ease of use is better on most, and it doesn’t cost a fortune to get good sound.

Many have already realised this, and 2023 was the second year in a row that vinyl sales surpassed CD sales, according to the American industry organisation RIAA, which has given its name to the RIAA tier. Or the phono stage, as we like to say.

And it’s actually built into the Pro-Ject T2 Super Phono, so you can just unpack your turntable and plug it in without the need for a separate phono stage.

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The turntable is available in black or white lacquer, or walnut finish as pictured above. It has a built-in phono stage for MM pickups and comes with a Sumiko MM pickup fully assembled. It doesn’t get much easier than that.

Although the T2 is moderately priced, Pro-Ject has equipped it with a new 9-inch arm with a one-piece aluminium arm tube and a nickel-plated counterweight at the other end.

(Photo: Pro-Ject)

The built-in phono stage can be switched off with a button if you have an amplifier with a better phono stage. Good quality detachable cables are included and the player comes with a dust cover and external power supply.

(Photo: Pro-Ject)

The T2 is also available in a version without a phono stage if you prefer. This saves money that you don’t have to spend if you already have a phono stage available.

The price for the T2 Super Phono is 650 euros, while the T2 without phono stage costs 549 euros.

(Photo: Pro-Ject)
Also check out Vinyl sets a new record

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