Linn Uphorik Phono Stage

£2,180.00

Linn Uphorik features separate dedicated inputs and circuits for MM (Moving Magnet) and MC (Moving Coil) cartridges, with adjustment switches which allow you to easily optimise your settings to your particular cartridge. Available in black or silver.

Description

Linn Uphorik features separate dedicated inputs and circuits for MM (Moving Magnet) and MC (Moving Coil) cartridges, with adjustment switches which allow you to easily optimise your settings to your particular cartridge.
Linn Uphorik is developed from our reference internal phono stage, Linn Urika, and makes our latest technological advances, such as dual mono topology and fully screened differential input, available to all in a stand-alone design.Linn Uphorik’s flexibility also extends to connections, with a choice of balanced or unbalanced outputs, and RCA or XLR inputs, which guarantees Linn Uphorik will always match your requirements. Linn Uphorik is the output from four decades of turntable development and expertise, and represents Linn’s continued commitment to retrieving more information from the record than ever before.Upgrade your phono stage to Linn Uphorik to re-ignite a love affair with vinyl.

Product Reviews

UPHORIK Hi-Fi Choice, UK June 2010
The following excerpts are taken from Hi-Fi Choice.
It goes without saying that Linn’s Uphorik phono stage will have plenty of appeal to serious vinyl enthusiasts. Yet, the Uphorik appeal will also appeal to record fans in general, proving once and for all that the vinyl LP is still very much alive and kicking in 2010.
Uphorik does deliver plenty of performance for your outlay.
The Uphorik is an outstanding phono stage to make you fall in love with vinyl.
Exceptional sound quality, and outstanding versatility/adaptability.
Brings vinyl back to life. The Uphorik could easily win over the next generation of LP enthusiasts.

UPHORIK Hi-Fi World, UK July 2010
The Uphorik has received full marks in David Price’s review for Hi-FI. We’ve pulled out some quotes below but the full review is available in the August issue of the magazine.
If ever there was a phono stage for anoraks with nothing better to do than to endlessly twiddle around with their loading options, this is it.
This phono stage proved extremely focused on the job in hand.
The Linn positively bounced along wonderfully surefooted, the Uphorik pummelled out this classic track’s programmed snare drum patterns, despatched the flickering hi-hats with great dexterity and syncopated everything together with consummate skill.
Unerring accuracy; it has a brilliantly solid soundstage, with instruments located as if they’d been hewn from granite, standing as firm and proud as the Highlands themselves.
Linn served up a soundstage as wide as the glens and deep as the North Sea.
With the Uphorik going for the rhythmic jugular and squeezing all the song’s pathos right out at me through my loudspeakers.
the clever thing is not just that this phono stage can distill down all the good things from the song and deliver them straight to you, but that it does so with such finesse.