Audio-Technica AT-3600 AT 3600 AT3600 Industry Standard phono cartridge

Audio-Technica AT-3600 AT 3600 AT3600 Industry Standard Phono Cartridge

SKU: ATC17

  • $29.98

AUDIO-TECHNICA AT-3600 AT 3600 AT3600 INDUSTRY STANDARD PHONO CARTRIDGE

The Audio-Technica AT3600 is probably the most ubiquitous cartridge in the world. Yet it is relatively unknown by its real model name. Why? Because it is private labeled. It is used by many turntable name brands as their cartridge of choice for a pre-installed cartridge. It's no wonder. The Audio Technica AT3600 has been time tested and proven by decades of actual use for quality, durability, cost-effectiveness and fine sound.

Audio Technica AT3600 Phono Cartridge Specifications
- Output voltage: 5.3mV
- Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz
- Channel balance: 1.5dB
- Channel separation @ 1kHz/10kHz: 24/15dB
- Stylus type: Conical
- Stylus construction: Bonded round shank


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Excellent Stylus for My M91ED cartridge

Wow! Sound that equals or rivals the original Shure M91ED stylus!

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Stylus for Empire 8000/XVE cartridge
Bruce Sakalik (Washington, US)
Fantastic

Stylus sounds great! Service was outstanding---quick delivery. Thank You!!

Nice sounding, not as high output but good price!

It sounds nice! Mine has the brush on and does NOT make any grinding brush sound at all, so I'm happy with this replacement, sounds good and fits perfectly. It does have a noticeably lower output, but not excessively low or amything, and most importantly it sounds nice... I can't compare directly comment on how it would sound next to a good example of the original d7e (because the one i have is certainly not good), but i can say it has less output than the original.
I recommend it =)

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Replacement for Philips 9036 stylus
Michael Dunn (Oakland, US)
Exactly the right stylus.

Had to look all over, found the right one at LP Tunes.