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    Boulder 1008 v.s. Thoress Phono Enhancer

    I bought Boulder 1008 instead. Because Thoress's dealer is very tricky, I can't stand them. I'm very happy with the 1008, sorry Thoress. But you should find yourself a new dealer.
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    Boulder 1008 v.s. Thoress Phono Enhancer

    Thanks for your input, very helpful.
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    Boulder 1008 v.s. Thoress Phono Enhancer

    Yes, there's 6 inputs and if I buy it, I have to think about the loading of each input too.
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    Boulder 1008 v.s. Thoress Phono Enhancer

    Thanks, Mike. I think I should audition the Thoress in my system. I will contact the dealer.
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    Boulder 1008 v.s. Thoress Phono Enhancer

    What's about Impact, Macro dynamic, Micro dynamic and Bass of the Thoress ?
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    Boulder 1008 v.s. Thoress Phono Enhancer

    Thanks Mike and turntable. Your reply are very helpful.
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    Boulder 1008 v.s. Thoress Phono Enhancer

    Thank you very much for your opinion. Some say the 1008 is not as musical as some tube phono stage like ARC Ref2 SE. (I won't buy ARC because of the local dealer.) I listen to Jazz and Rock mainly. Anyone use Thoress ?
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    Boulder 1008 v.s. Thoress Phono Enhancer

    Hi, I'm thinking about buying new phono preamp. After checking my options, I'm interested in these two product. Boulder 1008 v.s. Thoress Phono Enhancer Have anyone auditioned or compare this two ? What's your opinion ?

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