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Nakamichi 610 Control Preamplifier
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Publié le 11/30/08 à 05:25
(Originally written by Dom1/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Launched in 1976, this hi-fi preamp is part of the NAKAMICHI SYSTEM ONE together with the 620 amplifier. At that time it was THE worldwide reference among preamp/amp systems. It's slanted at 45°.

RCA connections

Two phono inputs with stylus adaptation system

One tuner input

One aux input

Three player inputs

One mic input

Pink noise and signal (four frequencies) generator, etc.

Two line outputs

Additional box that allows you to manage three amps or three speaker pairs

UTILIZATION

Beginners will need a short time to get to know it possibilities are endless

SOUNDS

Typical technical limitations of the 70's

OVERALL OPINION

Allows you to test every possible vintage device (from speakers to signal sources), to balance and calibrate sources, etc. The most convenient tool I've ever had.

I'm looking for a second one with aluminum finish...
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