Here is my Muffy phono preamp and the matching power supply. They are not the offical PCBs though. The official online store was out of stock. So I downloaded the free (but older) design files and sent them to a PCB prototyping factory for printing. And yes, I picked white for the PCB color.
But the question is: I don't even own a turntable... why do I even bother to go all the way to have the PBCs printed, ordering all the resistors/capacitors/voltage regulators, and finally hunting down a suitable enclosure to house everything? 🙄
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