My vinyl system is as follows: Turntable: Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Cartridge: Nagaoka MP-110 Receiver: Denon AVR-3200 Speakers: B&W CDM-1 I'm satisfied with my system but I'm considering upgrading it by adding a phono preamp and I have some doubts, I thank you in advance for any help. I know this system is entry-level. Will an entry-level pre-amp like Musical Fidelity V90 LPS be any better that my receiver's phono? Between buying an entry level and keeping things the way they are I should chose the former? Would this entry-level system require a better phono preamp, maybe mid-level? If I buy a mid-level would this system match it and allow it to show some of its features? I also consider buying a better phono than my system's level, then if I decide to upgrade other items I won't have to spend money in a new preamp (someone in this forum gave me that advice), but this would be not my first choice because of budget limits. Maybe I would like to see some difference first by adding a phono preamp to this system first. I have no plans to buy a MC cartridge since my Nagaoka is brand new and at least for now I like it a lot. It's not useful to tell you what my budget is since prices in Brazil are crazy. Also I can't test the photo before buying and can't return it without a good reason and not liking the way it sounds is not a good reason according to Brazilian law. Some preamps available here at decent prices I'm considering buying: - Musical Fidelity V90 LPS - Mcintosh Krell Td little bear T7 - Thorens Mm-002 - Thorens Mm-008 - Yaqin Ms23b - Yaqin Ms 12b - Monolithic Sound Ps1 PLUS Hc1 Mm Mc - Graham Slee Era Gold V Mm - Parasound Zphono - Ifi Iphono2 - Bat Vk P5 More expensive ones that I'm not considering (but who knows?) - Parasound Halo Jc3+ - Parasound Amp Jc3 - Triode Trv-eq3se PS.: Sorry for this Brazilian man's poor English.