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DarkMZ DarkMZ

«  Timeless and everlasting »

Publié le 12/26/10 à 07:20
- For how long have you been using it?

For years. I have them since 1983 &nbsp;....

- 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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