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  • SeamanSeaman

    Shure M44-7Published on 01/24/06 at 10:37
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    Feature of the M44-7 cell

    Cell-to turntables (requires a cell door)
    -Output level: 9.5mV
    -Frequency response: 20-20000Hz
    Support-Force: 1-3 grams
    Support-Force recommended: 3g
    For the rest, here are the directions (in English) from the folder:

    Optimum load-Ohms at 47 K: 400-500pF
    -Inductance: 720mH
    -Channel separation: 20dB at 1KHz
    Special features of N44-7 Stylus (comes with the cell)

    -Output level at 1kHz, 5cm/sec: 9.5mV
    -Frequency response: 20-17000Hz
    Support-Force: 1.5g to 3g
    Diamond-Type: Spherical
    -Crosstalk (Channel Separation): see above
    Short story:

    After years of struggling with Ortofon and Stanton of all kinds, here are my Technics SL-equippe…
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    Feature of the M44-7 cell

    Cell-to turntables (requires a cell door)
    -Output level: 9.5mV
    -Frequency response: 20-20000Hz
    Support-Force: 1-3 grams
    Support-Force recommended: 3g
    For the rest, here are the directions (in English) from the folder:

    Optimum load-Ohms at 47 K: 400-500pF
    -Inductance: 720mH
    -Channel separation: 20dB at 1KHz
    Special features of N44-7 Stylus (comes with the cell)

    -Output level at 1kHz, 5cm/sec: 9.5mV
    -Frequency response: 20-17000Hz
    Support-Force: 1.5g to 3g
    Diamond-Type: Spherical
    -Crosstalk (Channel Separation): see above
    Short story:

    After years of struggling with Ortofon and Stanton of all kinds, here are my Technics SL-equipped cell 1200MkII Shure M 44-7 .... surprise and miracle! It is a wonder that cell!
    After a good setting it adheres to all that passes below: vinyl, pancakes, rugs ... and it does not take off with hair!
    Seriously, she's great. Whether or scratch mix it up to par, it remains anchored in the groove as if it was born. Whether 1.5 or 3g, set at 23 ° right or it's the same, it does not budge.
    Other advantages of the Corny: high output, good return of frequencies (with a + for the bass).
    Supplied with a small weight, 2 sets of mounting screws (2 different lengths depending on whether one places the small weight or not), 4 color cable connection to the cell door, a small brush to clean the needle, a small screwdriver, a folder that clearly describes the different types of facilities and regulation of the cell, an N44-7 stylus ...

    Shure does not disabused the purchaser of this product, everything described in the pubs or the manual are represented by that cell.
    No need to introduce myself another product supposedly better or equivalent to lower prices: I keep and buy Shure M 44-7! na!
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  • bassproduktbassprodukt

    Shure M44-7Published on 02/09/06 at 15:20
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    It's been 10 years since I use it to tell you that I am not changing prt (well have to see).
    useless to the pitch of CHARACTERISTICS, several long gnrations DJ have said 'did you see that peasant with cells? "Ironically, right?
    In fact, the N44-7 taient OE on 1200 Technics SL which are the origin of the standalone player upscale.
    Finally what I like least is the look (not really important) is the sound you are looking (well I think).
    What I like +
    bass sound with very round and warm
    the output level of 9.5 mv pramps even if your table has the slackers are still well remus
    with that cell you can scratch if you want a pizza that was like so in the groove, a real rail
    Trs flexi…
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    It's been 10 years since I use it to tell you that I am not changing prt (well have to see).
    useless to the pitch of CHARACTERISTICS, several long gnrations DJ have said 'did you see that peasant with cells? "Ironically, right?
    In fact, the N44-7 taient OE on 1200 Technics SL which are the origin of the standalone player upscale.
    Finally what I like least is the look (not really important) is the sound you are looking (well I think).
    What I like +
    bass sound with very round and warm
    the output level of 9.5 mv pramps even if your table has the slackers are still well remus
    with that cell you can scratch if you want a pizza that was like so in the groove, a real rail
    Trs flexible tip provides less wear on the discs
    Short History
    A few years ago Shure distributor had withdrawn from the catalog, tol gnrale and scandal at the dealer said.
    The following year she returned to the catalog with the word 'spcial DMC' and also an increase of 100%.
    It should be also stressed that the late -90 points + all silent cell 250 francs sold in stores like the speech therapy and other allgrement + Stanton sold twice.
    Finally, finally, if it be taken to show off something else, if that's the sound must go there with closed eyes (house techno trance all Hip Hop styles what ...)
    If I have tried many cell? ben all who came out in 1988 just to see if we could get better.
    NOTE though I still want to test the white label to see .......
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  • bo0nbo0n

    Shure M44-7Published on 08/27/06 at 11:29
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    This is a cell that I use for 3 weeks.
    I like the sound coming out of his old school look and especially the fact that it does not answer the groove even during intensive scratches!!
    I tried Ortofon elektro before it was but as the name suggests they are very good for jumping in the mix but scratch ...
    Excellent value for money, I would do this choice without hesitation.

    PS: S on my arm in the cell jump easily even with the weight back so I made the inclination of 23 ° of the cell as specified in the instructions and now it no longer moves.
  • atchatch

    Shure M44-7Published on 10/13/06 at 04:35
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    Obviously the best cells in the world ... so this is what I want!
    but they are still a bit expensive (ok it's quality maisbon crsus I'm not!)

    -> I heard that there are few prs rpliques exact cells shure (montes in Belgium), so I guess it must be the case for modlle it. do they take the comparison?
  • sentenzzasentenzza

    Shure M44-7Published on 08/02/07 at 06:20
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    Jvien to buy a TT 500 (Scratch) Jaime whether the M44-7 is compatible with my deck? (Simple question, no season ever) and is there any cell a bit cheaper and also made for scratching? thank you in advance
  • jaminoujaminou

    Shure M44-7Published on 11/09/07 at 09:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I scan with my records I find that the sound has a lot of depth in the lower right restitution slight saturation in the acute which gives it its charm and more to use my father in 70 years already to say that this cell n has nothing to prove with the addition of a slight improvement of the diamond he seems to scratch a date
  • perfectaperfecta

    Shure M44-7Published on 03/30/08 at 08:06
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    Hello
    for my sl 1200 I hesitated between Concord and M44.7 ORTOFON SHURE of the different critical and the purchase price (49 euros Thomann piece) I made the switch SHURE M44.7. Apart from their old school look I do not regret my purchase
    - Sound and nickel, and especially in low output level and binding.
    - The rglage is best for me (mix and scratch) no counterbalance on the cell
    tilt to 23 degrees and balances the arm of a 1200 base or 4.5 grams of downforce.
    rgler arm height of 3.5.
    a note from the other cell shuras are respectful of your vinyl records even in scratch.
    Here if you do not attach too much importance to the look of your cell 44.7 m and a good choice after me.
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    Hello
    for my sl 1200 I hesitated between Concord and M44.7 ORTOFON SHURE of the different critical and the purchase price (49 euros Thomann piece) I made the switch SHURE M44.7. Apart from their old school look I do not regret my purchase
    - Sound and nickel, and especially in low output level and binding.
    - The rglage is best for me (mix and scratch) no counterbalance on the cell
    tilt to 23 degrees and balances the arm of a 1200 base or 4.5 grams of downforce.
    rgler arm height of 3.5.
    a note from the other cell shuras are respectful of your vinyl records even in scratch.
    Here if you do not attach too much importance to the look of your cell 44.7 m and a good choice after me.
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  • gniiigniii

    Exellent

    Shure M44-7Published on 07/14/10 at 03:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For how long have you been using it?
    1 year
    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Groovetool and Numark Ortofon OM Pro

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    The pros: - excellent sound dynamics of beautiful round Bass
    - Very well into the groove for scratching
    - It does not use the disc!

    The -:-Diamond is a bit fragile

    What is your opinion about the value for the price? Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    The value for money is excellent.  I would make this choice again without any hesitation, I could test the ortonfon elecktro and well I much prefer the Shure for their sound quality and their hold in the groove and the respect…
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    For how long have you been using it?
    1 year
    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Groovetool and Numark Ortofon OM Pro

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    The pros: - excellent sound dynamics of beautiful round Bass
    - Very well into the groove for scratching
    - It does not use the disc!

    The -:-Diamond is a bit fragile

    What is your opinion about the value for the price? Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    The value for money is excellent.  I would make this choice again without any hesitation, I could test the ortonfon elecktro and well I much prefer the Shure for their sound quality and their hold in the groove and the respect you for the disks, its use does not even in scratching.
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  • NetwinNetwin

    There is no glue, and yet ...

    Shure M44-7Published on 12/18/10 at 16:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For how long have you been using it?

    6 months

    What do you use it for?

    Scratch (intensive), beat-juggling, a little mix

    What thing do you like most/least about it?

    The downside is when you first use it. I had purchased them from Thomann (39 € each!) And hop I get them delivered soon after and then ... disappointment, it does not hold anything. I then tested a lot of settings but I'm still come back to the beginning: height 4, weight 3.5, anti-skating 0 and right cell. The thing is I had to wait a bit and after a few uses it became stuck in the vinyl, even with intensive sessions! (Please note that the guide orients to 23 degrees, it is still more but I'm not a fan, my disc too…
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    For how long have you been using it?

    6 months

    What do you use it for?

    Scratch (intensive), beat-juggling, a little mix

    What thing do you like most/least about it?

    The downside is when you first use it. I had purchased them from Thomann (39 € each!) And hop I get them delivered soon after and then ... disappointment, it does not hold anything. I then tested a lot of settings but I'm still come back to the beginning: height 4, weight 3.5, anti-skating 0 and right cell. The thing is I had to wait a bit and after a few uses it became stuck in the vinyl, even with intensive sessions! (Please note that the guide orients to 23 degrees, it is still more but I'm not a fan, my disc took a little longer I think).
    Otherwise the sound is excellent, very round! I prefer it.

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    Ortofon DJ S: The sound was good, clearer than the shures, it was also good but they destroy my discs in my view (in scratch of course)

    What is your opinion about the value for the price? Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...

    For the price (Thomann) is really amazing! So little for so much quality, what more?
    I'd love to try the Ortofon Concorde Q-bert, just to see, but the ortofon eats vinyl, I would choose Shure 44-7 again and again!





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  • DarkMZDarkMZ

    Timeless and everlasting

    Shure M44-7Published on 12/26/10 at 07:20
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    - For how long have you been using it?

    For years. I have them since 1983  ....

    - Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    Ortophon and SC35C.

    - What thing do you like most/least about it?

    I have trouble finding the diamonds outside the coils (which are indestructible) ...

    -What is your opinion regarding the value for the price?

    Their price at the time (in France) was below SC35C and Ortophon, I do not know their current actual price ....

    - Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...

    Yes, without hesitation ....

    the M44 followed me during parties in my adolescence, on Barthe Rotofluid then Technics SL1200. In troubleshooting, I used the…
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    - For how long have you been using it?

    For years. I have them since 1983  ....

    - Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    Ortophon and SC35C.

    - What thing do you like most/least about it?

    I have trouble finding the diamonds outside the coils (which are indestructible) ...

    -What is your opinion regarding the value for the price?

    Their price at the time (in France) was below SC35C and Ortophon, I do not know their current actual price ....

    - Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...

    Yes, without hesitation ....

    the M44 followed me during parties in my adolescence, on Barthe Rotofluid then Technics SL1200. In troubleshooting, I used the SC35C but the M44I never betrayed me. No problems with dust, not path hopping, works ahead like in the backside, instant start (double plateaus Barthe are deadly to fragile cells). In short, they are still mounted today and I will not let them ever go.





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