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MARK LEVINSON LNP-2L 1,180,000yen(1977 release)
1,520,000yen(around the 1982 time)

The preamplifier born as the highest peak of present age amplifier.

LNP-2L is changed into ML original module specification from the product made by Burwen carried in LNP-2.

It is a three-step stream composition of phone amplifier, input amplifier, and output amplifier, one module per channel is hit against each stage, and the amplification part consists of a total of eight modules which added one module each to meter.

The input/output terminal by the contact button "LEMO connector" of a CAMAC system used for special destinations, such as medical equipment and a physics measuring instrument, is carried. Moreover, the canon type connector is carried in the Tape input/output and the Main out output, respectively.

The volume, the changeover switch, etc. feed goods of highest quality into the part of each part.
Meter is made in Weston and the switching of it is possible for VU and a peek with an exclusive module. Moreover, in HF+ position, a high region correction is carried out and power is demonstrated to a cassette sound recording etc.

The stream composition which separated the power-source part (PLS-153L) is adopted.

Rating of a mode
Form Preamplifier
Stream composition The stream composition by eight modules
Two peek leading amplifier for meter
The three-step amplifier stream composition using three 2ch each
Two spare module sockets
Input impedance Phono: 50kohm
High SFT Level: 11.5 or more kohms
Output voltage Record out1, 2, main out: About 10ohms
(600ohms or more of conformity load impedances)
Maximum output 8Vrms
Gain Overall: 60dB
Phone amplifier: 30dB (1kHz)
Input amplifier: 20dB
Output amplifier: 10dB
Gain control Input amplifier: 0, 5 and 10, 15 or 20dB
Output amplifier: 0 or 10dB
Level control input amplifier -- 2ch independent Input SFT Level volume: -- 0--40dB and ∞

output amplifier -- Dual-unit Output SFT Level volume: -- 0--40dB and ∞
Tone control Low: ±8dB (20Hz)
Mid: ±3dB (5kHz or more shelving)
High: ±8db (20kHz)
Low-High: A 2dB step, nine positions
Mid: A 1dB step, seven positions
<Meter window>
Meter Meter monitors WESTON precision type and a regular sound-recording Output voltage.
As VU meter 0VU=0.775dB 0dBm
It is a switching possible to 0.387V-6dBm and 1.228V+4dBm.
As peek meter 0VU=2.449V +10dB
Attack time: 5microsec
Peek hold time: About 2sec
Response: 10Hz - a 30kHz flat
As HF+ peek meter High region pre-emphasis of +8.5dB is displayed at 20kHz on a low-speed sound recording,
such as a magnetic tape cassette.

Others are the same as peek meter.
Spare module socket
It uses and is a possible option.
An interconnection of the microphones (SCHOEPS CMC series etc.) by a 12v phantom power source
An append of output buffer amplifier
An append of a low boost circuitry
Power source AC100V, 50Hz/60Hz
Power consumption About 20W
Dimensions Main unit: Width 483x height 150x depth of 206mm
Power-source part: Width 101x height 101x depth of 256mm
Weight Main unit: 4.7kg
Power-source part: 2.2kg