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Audio-Technica AT-71E AT 71E AT71E cartridge

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AUDIO-TECHNICA AT-71E AT 71E AT71E PHONO CARTRIDGE

The half-inch standard mount Audio-Technica AT-71E cartridge sounds rich and crystal clean. It is manufactured to Audio-Technica's world-class quality standards, the Audio-Technica AT-71E cartridge performs tirelessly with speed, delicacy and extension.

Audio-Technica AT-71E Phono Cartridge Specifications
- Output voltage @ 1kHz,5cm/sec.: 3.5mV
- Frequency response: 20Hz-22kHz
- Channel balance: 1.5dB
- Channel separation @ 1kHz/10kHz: 22/15dB
- Stylus type: 0.4 x 0.7 mil elliptical
- Stylus construction: Bonded round shank
- Tracking force range: 1.5-2 g
- Cantilever: Alloy tube

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Raymond Ferris (Buffalo, US)

Received quickly. Sounds great.


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