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Moving Coil Cartridge



Moving Coil Cartridge

Made specifically for mono recordings on vinyl records, the cartridge only generates signal with horizontal movement. However to produce a minimal wear on the groove, the AT-MONO3/LP also has an adapted vertical compliance.

  • Carefully selected components and state of the art technology produce a high resolution cartridge.
  • Straight pipe aluminium cantilever and low mass stylus guarantees a high tracking ability.
  • The average usage time is 500 hours extending the life span of precious mono recordings.
  • High purity PCOCC allows a more transparent signal transmission both high efficiency and high fidelity.
  • To support the internal mechanism, the body is made of solid die-cast aluminium alloy, furthermore stiffness is achieved with the addition of rigid synthetic resin to hold the body.

“A True Mono Cartridge”

The AT-MONO3/LP cartridge only generates electrical signal with horizontal movement due to the horizontal configuration of the coil.

“500 hours of use”

The average usage time is 500 hours extending the life span of precious mono recordings.


Cartridge & Stylus
Frequency Response 20 - 20,000Hz
Vertical Tracking Angle 23°
Vertical Tracking Force 1.5 to 2.5 g (standard 2.0 g)
Stylus Construction 0.6 mil
Recommended Load Impedance 400 to 47,000 ohms
Coil Impedance 40Ω (1kHz)
DC Resistance 40Ω
Coil Inductance 190 µH (1kHz)
Output Voltage 1.2 mV (at 1 kHz, 5.0 cm/sec)
Stylus Shape Conical
Cantilever Aluminium Pipe
Static Compliance 20×10-6cm/dyne
Dynamic Compliance 7×10-6cm/dyne (100Hz)
Mounting 1/2” centers
Dimensions 16.0 (H) x 16.6 (W) x 26.5 (L) mm
Accessories Included Non magnetic screw driver; 1 brush; 2 washers; 2 x 19 mm mounting screws; 2 x 13 mm mounting screws; 2 x nuts; 1 plastic protector; 1 set of PCOCC lead wires AT6101
Body Material Aluminium/Synthetic Resin
Type Horizontal Mono Moving Coil
Weight 6.8g



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