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Phono Cartridges user reviews

  • Shure WhiteLabel

    Shure WhiteLabel - "Great for home, not a great output for gigs"


    I'm a new vinyl dj with only 1.5 years under my belt. After a disaster with some discount needles, I purchased a pair of these, encouraged by the reviews and price. For a long time I thought I was the smartest dj on the block, they sound great on m…

  • Ortofon CC Pro S

    Ortofon CC Pro S - "The Pro S is one of the best I own"


    The Pro S from Ortofon has a rubber bearing that can handle all of the scratching and back cuing easily. This company is a great company when it comes to making needles and cartridges, I have been using them for years for some of my best gear that I …

  • Shure M78S

    Shure M78S - "Keep it clean"


    The Shure M78S is a wide groove phono cartridge is designed for use with wide groove 78 RPM records. This is not a cartridge that should be used for a club or battle style. I have only used this cartridge just for general listening on a Shure record …

  • Shure WhiteLabel

    Shure WhiteLabel - "sounds similar to the CC-1 "


    The Shure White label is a light weight turntable cartridge that has a high visibility stylus. This cartridge is one of the newest ones that I just purchased. The design of it is very attractive, it is sleek and easy to work with and it has great tra…

  • Shure M44-7

    Shure M44-7 - "Very good cartridge"


    The Shure M44-7 is a cartridge that has a high skip resistance and a solid frequency range (20 hz to 20 kHz). The performance of this cartridge was so much better than what I was expecting it to be because of the price. It is very inexpensive and I …

  • Shure M44-7H

    Shure M44-7H - "Get a better sound with the M44-7-H"


    The Shure M44-7-H is a phono cartridge that has a Technics Head shell on it. This cartridge is very well built and also very affordable costing only 85 USD. The Shure M44-7-H won’t wear out your vinyl and it will not give you a bunch of skipping. If…

  • Shure M44-7

    Shure M44-7 - FP User's review


    N/A as carts are fairly featurless.. optical stylus means its all good for skratching, but most scratch carts have this. £35 UK pounds Sounds good. Not perfect, as these carts are bass heavy, so not a good choice for audiophiles. However, for hipho…

  • Ortofon CC Qbert

    Ortofon CC Qbert - FP User's review


    Price paid 145.00 Can Loud, thumpin. Virtually unskippable. Versatile, good for ne turntable, just made need to adjust weight. Lasts long. Stylist does not wear quickly, can absorb a lot of damage n play time. My favourite needle to date. Uncomp…

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  • Ortofon Elektro

    Ortofon Elektro - " perfect !!"


    its been nearly 10 months may I use them before I had shure ortofon and cell core and compared to these cells bahhh c bass rendering cleaner and net profont choice I would do in the future because it do not drive ^^ …

  • Ortofon OM S120 + Headshell SH4

    Ortofon OM S120 + Headshell SH4 - " Great product for the DVS"


    How long have you use it? over a year What is so special that you like most and least? as: -the look -the light on vinyl -pack has more ready mounted on the plate Cons: -ras With experience, you do again this choice? Yes, the…