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The customer service provided by Daniela and her team is extra-ordinary. I had a HUM problem, asked Lounge for help. Daniela made up a pair of shorting plugs (for free), helped me diagnose the problem (cartridge grounds) and we solved the problem. The Lounge phono stage is driving a NOS Shure cartridge into a couple of mint Dynaco A-25s and I feel like I am back in college. The price is great and the value/service are off the charts. Give it a try. TracyinVT
It does not really 'drive' it, it outputs a voltage & current and then interfaces with the load, which influences it's behavior (there I go, with the word behavior)
What you describe is commonly referred to as "driving", when the signal goes from one component to some other component which thereby is excited to act on the signal, downstream in the direction of the speakers, ultimately. (Preamplifier drives amplifier; amplifier drives speaker.) My only point was that the signal (or the "drive") does not go from phono stage to cartridge. I'm sure everyone knows this, and I kind of wish I hadn't brought it up.
Love my Lounge LCR III. Zero harshness, zero listener fatigue. Much midrange goodness. Great price. :-)
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