|Frequency Response||20-30,000 Hz|
|Channel Separation||30 dB (1 kHz)|
|Vertical Tracking Force||1.8-2.2 g (2.0 g standard)|
|Stylus Construction||Nude rectangular shank|
|Recommended Load Impedance||47,000 ohms|
|Output||4.0 mV (at 1 kHz, 5 cm/sec)|
|Channel Balance||1.0 dB (1 kHz)|
|Stylus Shape||1.5 x 0.28 mil special line contact|
|Cantilever||Aluminum tapered pipe|
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Q:Hi. Is the special line contact stylus better than microline stylus? Is it has a smaller side radius than microline 2.5 x 75 um? Thanks.
A:Thanks for you inquiry. Generally the MicroLine is better of all, it almost exactly duplicates the shape of the cutting stylus used to produce the original master disc. It fits into the groove better and can reproduce the high frequencies better.
Q:What is the difference between this cartridge and the AT150MLX that I own. It appears the only difference is cantilever material (tapered aluminum on this cartridge vs. gold plated boron on the AT150MLX). Are there any other differences besides that? If I were to put the replacement stylus for a VM760SLC on my AT150MLX, would that make it identical to a new VM760SLC?
Q:Why was this model discontinued:Audio-Technica AT150MLX Dual Moving Magnet Cartridge and why can't I find