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Cyrus Phono Signature

Cyrus Audio

The new Phono Signature is arguably the most advanced phono stage available anywhere in the world today.

It is technically designed to exceed the expectations of serious vinyl audiophiles, particularly in areas such as dynamic performance, accurate cartridge matching, and flexibility of use. By allowing adjustment via remote control of load settings, we can for the first time ever provide invaluable tonal control to rebalance imperfect discs, all from the comfort of the listening position.

Four Turntable Connections

Four turntables may be permanently connected allowing the listener to easily switch between turntables or cartridges as desired. Each input may be adjusted between; MM or MC, gain, resistance and capacitance. Settings are conveniently saved to memory for future reference.

PSX-R₂ Upgradeability

Additional performance will be gained by connecting the optional external PSX-R2power supply. This provides highly regulated DC power for the signal amplification.

Level Display

Stereo output level meters working in real time allow clear and accurate gain adjustment to optimise the headroom available from your system for each MC cartridge.

No Compromise Signal Path Components

The passive RIAA filtering uses very high performance metallised polyester capacitors for ultimate accuracy and performance.


Analogue RCA Phono – 4 pairs


Analogue RCA – 1 pair
XLR Balanced – 1 pair
PSX-R Upgrade Port – Yes
MC-BUS – Yes

Dimensions (mm)

Height 73
Width 215
Depth 360
Weight (kg) 4.1

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