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Audio-Technica Cellules hi-fi AT120E
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Réponse en Fréquence: 15-25 000 HzSéparation des canaux: 25/20 (dB à 1 kHz/10 kHz)Vertical Tracking Force: 1,0 - 1,8 gStructure de la pointe de lecture: Simple boitier carréRecommended Load Impedance: 47 000 ohmsNiveau de sortie: 5,0 (mV à 1 kHz, 5 cm/sec)Equilibrage des Canaux: 1,0 dBForme de la pointe de lecture: 0,3 x 0,7 millième de pouce elliptiqueCantilever: Tube en alliageMontage: Demi-poucePointes de lecture de remplacement : ATN120E
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I hear zero sibilance distortion on inner and outer grooves and the entire record sounds great. I have really diverse musical tastes that range from Elvis to Dvorak to 12" electronic dance records from the 2000s. All sound perfect with this Cartridge. I wouldn't say it has a bias towards any particular genre. Of note though I did listen to Prince's Purple Rain from beginning to end in a single sitting. I was never a Prince fan. I am now. There is so much detail that I missed before this upgrade.
To summarize I am thrilled with the performance and it has been great from the second it came out of the box.
Now, I've tried a friend's cartidge which is 3 times the price, and didn't notice a big deal of a change. Maybe I would need more sensitivity, of just a full upgrade on his sound system. But yeah, I happy with this one.
I had made a comment that my high output moving coil cartridges didn't seem to get the best sound out of some classic rock vinyl from the 70's. This didn't surprise him. He has a much greater experience with a greater variety of turntables and cartridges and according to him, this was the best bang for the buck.
I have a Technics SL-1600 that I use to audition all "new" used vinyl prior to cleaning. I don't really want to mess up an expensive moving coil cartridge. So I finally decided I should get a ~ $100 moving magnet to do the job, and my friends recommendation was enough to help me make a decision. I'm glad I did.
As I read reviews, some people commented on the AT120e being a little bright. I haven't had this problem. My SL-1600 has new Cardas tonearm wire and new audiophile grade phono cables. From day one, this AT120e has amazed me in the detail it retrieves, the dynamic range that demonstrates it's wide 15-25k frequency response, and it's soundstage. I have some vinyl that sounds better through this cartridge than the SAE 1000e I did have on this table, and even besting my highly modified AR XA turntable with RB250 tonearm and Dynavector 10x5. To me, that is saying something.
While this cartridge shines on late 60's through 70's vinyl, it doesn't stop there. I feel I can play any album I have, including new reissues in 180g, and still be extremely satisfied.
I should note that I have also had the Grado Prestige Silver and Black, Shure M97xe, and older Shure and AT carts I can't remember, although they were budget models. Of all of these, only the Grado Black was as good in sound quality, but this tracks better. The Grado Silver is better in refinement, but not much, especially considering the price difference.
If you have a significant amount of late 60' and 70's rock albums that you feel you aren't getting the best sound out of, I would strongly encourage you to consider this cartridge. The key is to make sure you get this earlier version with the nude elliptical stylus, NOT the bonded tip.
I can say that this was a notable improvement over the 40 dollar Shure cartridge (one that met an untimely death at the hands of my kid). I've found that this cartridge sounds clear and rich. The bass is warm, the highs are crisp. There's depth, but I find it sounds really clean. I did find there was a break-in period -- that things were a little brighter and maybe a little more brittle at first -- but not unenjoyably so -- I even kind of enjoyed what that brought on listening to a few albums. I listen to everything from jazz, to country, to rock, to R&B on this -- D'Angelo's Voodoo sounds great on it, so do old Willie Nelson records, so does the Oscar Peterson Trio, so does Animal Collective.
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