Phonograph Cartridge, 1/2″ mount, .3 x .7 mil elliptical

Product Features

  • Frequency Response – 15-50,000 Hz
  • Channel Separation – 30 dB (1 kHz)
  • Vertical Tracking Force – 1.8-2.2 grams (2.0 grams standard)
  • Recommended Load Impedance – 100 ohms (with head amplifier connected)
  • Output – 0.3 (mV at 1 kHz, 3.54 cm/sec)

3 thoughts on “Phonograph Cartridge

  1. zenmaestro "willie" says:

    super performer. unbeatable value this is a terrific cart and i suspect unbeatable at its price usually between $400-600. i bought this as backup to my dynavector 17d3 karat an $1100 cart. i actually prefered this cart to the karat. i decided to trade in the karat for the dynavector xx2 mkii -$2k cart. xx2 offers smoother presentation, more musical, improves separation of instruments and voices and elevates bass definition. xx2 is great cart.given that, without the xx2 for comparison, i really didn’t feel like i…

  2. NIBALDO PATRICIO JAURE QUINTANILLA says:

    Detail And Clarity. No surface noise. The perfect upgrade for MM’s like AT440MLA or Shure M97xE I began with Shure M97xE, then upgraded to AT440MLA, which is very “detailed” and “clear” (but watch out, because this is due to a tricky Equalization curve).Anyway, AT440MLA is a really great cart, but lacks of bass and midrange frequencies. It’s too difficult bring out those frequencies, even though an aux EQ is present. With some recently remastered records like MJ’s “Thriller” (2008 picture disc ltd. edition), it sounds too bright and may cause some listening fatigue…

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