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Shure SC35C

Phono Cartridge from Shure

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caribcarib

Shure SC35CPublished on 02/18/05 at 11:55
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Avoid it and is slightly less expensive than other cells, but is not so wrong: it is better to put 10 or € 20 more for a cell drinking.
because frankly, it is not that great ..
it hurts vinyl grip, the sound output is quite low, and the diamond is very fragile ..
I changed 2 times in less than 6 months ... and yet I'm pretty "sweet"!
ultimately, to € 25 diamond alternatives, go your way.
better opt for a pair of pro om, harmony, classic, but at least it is the tide.
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JkbJkb

Shure SC35CPublished on 03/02/06 at 07:40
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I just bought a cell SC35C ansi Shure provides the diamond with it, and I think the sound is pretty good.
Certainly I have seen much better in the stores stereo, but I think that to be used as an individual, it has a price / quality ratio satisfying ....
In any case it passes over all the scratches of my old vinyl records (LPs that have 20 years and are in Ssali state), then the fina I am quite pleased.
I heard that the diamond Shure was very fragile, but good as I am a maniac, I think if I take care it will last long.
Ultimately, I recommend that cell + diamond to all young students who have not enough money for a Ortofon, and wants only to hear their favorite bands on vinyl. …
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I just bought a cell SC35C ansi Shure provides the diamond with it, and I think the sound is pretty good.
Certainly I have seen much better in the stores stereo, but I think that to be used as an individual, it has a price / quality ratio satisfying ....
In any case it passes over all the scratches of my old vinyl records (LPs that have 20 years and are in Ssali state), then the fina I am quite pleased.
I heard that the diamond Shure was very fragile, but good as I am a maniac, I think if I take care it will last long.
Ultimately, I recommend that cell + diamond to all young students who have not enough money for a Ortofon, and wants only to hear their favorite bands on vinyl.
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djludo34djludo34

Shure SC35CPublished on 02/01/09 at 14:16
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A cell nikel to begin when we know too much movement of the wrist and hand, but useless to try to scratch with it not been for her.
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melosoundmelosound

Shure SC35CPublished on 08/26/09 at 14:00
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it's crazy but it's going to 8 years that I have these cells! I screwed up with some diamonds, but no disk.

base: to follow the instructions for adjustment, even for scratch they keep! correct output voltage.

a more audiophile deejaying (gum ill vieu surface of a vinyl ...) try them!
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  • Manufacturer: Shure
  • Model: SC35C
  • Category: Phono Cartridges
  • Added in our database on: 03/25/2004

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