The Jazz Club multi-curve switched EQ phono stage/preamp isn't just for jazz - it's for all records!
This phono stage/preamp features a number of different equalization curves in addition to the fixed RIAA curve you get with a regular phono stage/preamp.
It's an essential phono stage/preamp for the archivist and listeners who play antique records. Its switch-matrix equalisation gives immediate results saving the guesswork of digital manipulation.
More than that, its Era Gold V based fast circuit "rides" the clicks: its propagation speed input to output, and negative feedback too, are so fast that clicks and pops are controlled - not exaggerated like with run-of-the-mill phono stage preamps. The result is a reduction of record noise, and for the archivist that means less "cleaning-up".
Add to that the "miraculous" Era Gold V musicality - the platform on which the Jazz Club is built - and early recordings regain more of the life, colour and sparkle locked in their grooves.
For today's RIAA LPs and singles (the record industry standard curve officially introduced in 1954) the Jazz Club is sonically identical to the Era Gold V - the only circuit layout difference is that its RIAA de-emphasis components are situated in the EQ switch-matrix.