Parasound Halo P5 Review

February 26, 2015 § Leave a comment Read Here

“he other part of the Parasound’s purchasing proposition is its phono stage, and again this is good, holding its own against the sort of thing you can buy separately for £200 or so. It sounds much as the line inputs do, being clean and detailed with an enjoyable and expressive nature. Freeez’s Southern Freeez is great fun, the P5 really carries the track’s relaxed, warm and carefree sound, reminding me of the brilliance of this tune. Ultimately it lacks detail and finesse, but there’s absolutely no sense of it being a cheap, last minute addition. It brings useful extra functionality, and will happily work with a turntable of the calibre of a Michell GyroDec, for example.”



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