Klyne 7PX question

Hi there, can anyone fax or email the dip switch settings on a Klyne 7PX 3.4 ( or 3.5 ). I have tried to contact Klyne but am not having much luck, thanks.
Hi Dover, ask Syntax or Solong. Both are VERY familiar with the Klyne and do have all dip (gain etc.) settings - including the one (highest gain possible) which is NOT featured in the manual.
I own a used Klyne PX-3.5 phono pre-amp, and do not have the owners manual. I want to install a Shelter 501 II Cartrdige on my VPI Classic Turntable, and would like to know where to set the internal switches on the Klyne. I cannot find any owners manual on the 'net', and was wondering if anyone out there has a scanned copy of one? Or recommendations on the settings? Thanks in advance.
I advice asking the question over at vinylasylum and also use their search function. I used to own a Klyne myself and picked up info at that site. If you emailed me a pic of those internal dip switches, it may trigger my memory.
Thanks everyone, a fellow audiogon member has kindly scanned and emailed me the manual.
I just bought a used Klyne 7px too, and was looking for the same info. Whoever emailed the owners manual to Dover, could you email me a copy too?
I also need the phono settings instructions for an SK6.  Could any kind person email them?  wyberwil@hotmail.com

As Dertonarm mentioned (long ago) there is an addtional, highest

67 dB amplification which is not mentioned in the user manual.

The switches 1,2,3,4+ 5 should be put in ON position.

I got my Klyne pretty recently while previous owner added this

info to his user manual.

Nandric, How do you like the Klyne in comparison to your other high end solid state phono stage? I find my tweaked 6LX to be first rate as a linestage and therefore great when coupled with one of my preferred tube phono stages.  But as a stand alone phono source, I thought it fell a bit short of the best of my other possible phonolinepreamplifiers.  Maybe that just reveals my bias for tubes. There is certainly nothing faulty with the 6LX.

Dear Lew, I must confess that I prefer comfort above perfection.

To me enjoyment is somehow connected with comfort. So I never

tested my Basis Exclusive (''gold'') in optimal way. The thing is

an nightmare to adjust because the cover plate need to be removed

and pre pulled out of the rack for any adjustment. So I connected my

Reed 3P with 100 Ohm + 4th amplification with one pre and my

(''new'') Sumiko 800 with 500 Ohm + 3th amplification to the

other pre (Basis has two independent phono-pres in the same


My Klyne 7PX 3.5 I use with Denon AU-S1 SUT which cover 2-

40 Ohm carts. The most of my MC carts are low-ouput but

with different impedance. So I use Klyne in its lowest amplification

equvalent to MM pre. My quess is 40dB . Changing carts is more

easy than by Basis but the cover plate on which the SUT is

placed need also to be removed for any adjustement. My exuse

is that simplicity has its own value while the question ''why complex

if simple is sufficent'' adds some extra weight to the asserted