Can we assume you mean you have the Denon DL-110
The High Output Moving Coil Cartridge are a bit odd in their output. They do have an output high enough to be used with an MM (moving magnet) input, but the output is very much on the lower end of the spectrum.
However, in contrast, the output is also very high to be used with an MC input. So, you either have to connect to an MM input and accept low output or you have to connect to an MC input as accept very high output.
Here are the typical outputs for various types of cartridge -
MM Standard = 5.0 to 5.5mV
MC Standard = 0.5mV
HO-MC . . . . = 1.6mV
As to the Best PHONO Pre-Amp, that depends on the limits of your budget. The range is from about $100 to about $10,000. You have to determine where in that range you are.
With a budget of $200, you are in the range of common Phono Pre-Amps.
Project makes several, Musical Fidelity makes several, Emotiva tend to be exceptional value and are well worth considering, Cambridge Audio, Rega, etc.... I suspect you will want a Phono Stage that supports both MM and MC so you can determine which works best for you.
The Emotiva XPS-1 Phono Pre-Amp seems to be the most versatile, but also the one that looks the least like a common audio component.