wright sound company, step up wmt100

Good Day,

anyone try this step up on preamp, who could gave me his comment?

plan to buy one for my vintage amp and use it with DL103R or other moving coil low output?

thanks for any info you could provide

Jim, can you point me to the specific step-up you use with your DL-103? A link would be great. What's the boost ratio? I'm not familiar with Cinemag.

I'm comfortable with DIY projects, but the more I read, the less I want to guess about which SUT to build or buy. Many people recommend Kevin Carter's (K&K) kit that uses Lundahl transformers - considered the best. Another person suggested a $100 Denon unit (AU-300LC) with 1:10 boost. Any thoughts on that? What did your project end up costing?

A MM cart definitely sounds appealing with all these considerations ;~}
Mark, I have a 1:10 Wright SUT that I additionally add resistors via Y connectors, bringing the "stock" load of 100 to 40 ohms instead (to more closely match the DL103 impedance). I also use a 1:36 SUT built from Cinemag transformers (by a friend) that sounds excellent, to my ears anyway. It provides a load of 37.5 ohms without adding anything to it.

Whether you go with a 1:10 or a 1:36 you'll be way better off than with no step-up with the Denon.

Some people really like the Denon step up, you might want to do some research in vinyl asylum as well as here. It's cheap, it's plug and play, and people say it works well. I've never used it so I can't provide a first-hand account though.

Well thanks, i have bought cinemag, for DIY project, but will need assistance to complete it. so will not be able to help with wright step-up! sorry

thanks for the info anyhow