The SE560 sonic exciter (sound enhancer), whether you are using it as a phono enhancer or sending music to your amplifier or preamp. At every design stage we spent a considerable amount of time focused on one thing, sound quality.
The SE560 Sonic Exciter (sound enhancer) can be used in many places for audio improvement.
It can be used as a stand-alone preamplifier. With 19.1 dB of gain it has more output potential than most preamps built, is can be used as a stand-alone preamplifier. Simply plug you source (phone, tablet, DAC, Phono Pre or other player) into the SE560 and from there to your amplifier. With it's two inputs, it can act almost like a two-channel preamp.
What will it do?:
- It will take your speakers (whatever the price) and make them sound like speakers that are four times the cost.
- It will make your phono cartridge sound like one of those you read about in magazines.
- It can fill the role of a turntable-cartridge only improvement in your system. From your phono pre (or directly from your turntable if it has a phono pre built in) to the SE560 then to your preamp or power amp. In this application you can adjust for DECCA levels (hot mastered records) or standard to low level records with ease just by using the Volume control.
- It also can act as a whole system enhancer by plugging your preamp into the SE560 then to your amplifier.
Any way you choose, it will sound like you had pillows covering your speakers before you used the SE560.
Where to set the Bottom and Definition? The simple answer is where ever you feel your system sounds best. We found that most of our listening time was spent with the Bottom and Definition controls two to three dots/notches past the "0" (half way up) indicator, I would suggest starting at that setting.