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Adding RCA phono inputs to an NAC72

Discussion in 'd.i.y.' started by mach1, Jun 19, 2017.

  1. mach1

    mach1 Member

    I own an NAC72 with BNC phono inputs. I also run a fairly up market Exposure system, and own a few other hi end phono preamps with RCA inputs. Hence my reluctance to convert my turntable outputs to BNCs.

    There appears to be enough real estate on the NAC72 back panel to wire a set of RCA phono inputs in parallel with the BNCs, thus enabling a choice between connectors.

    Are there any potential flaws with my proposal? Would I be better of with totally dispensing with the BNC inputs and replacing them with RCAs?

    Thanks in advance for your expert feedback.
     
  2. divedeepdog

    divedeepdog pfm Member

    Replacing the BNC with a phono socket is pretty non invasive and can be returned to standard . I'd be reluctant to start drilling the back of the chassis.

    There are adaptors too but the golden eared will tell us thats a bad suggestion :D
     
  3. misterc6

    misterc6 What's he building in there?

    Exactly what he said!
     
  4. Jim Audiomisc

    Jim Audiomisc pfm Member

    The adaptors tend to have less effect on the sound if used on the sockets rather than in the ears. :)
     
  5. cubastreet

    cubastreet Espresso Fiend

    I replaced the bnc connectors on my 62 with RCAs fifteen years ago and haven't regretted it for a moment.
     
  6. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    I swapped the BNCs for RCAs on my old 32.5, easily done and easily replaced when I moved it on.
     
  7. mach1

    mach1 Member

    Thanks guys
     

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