Audio-Technica AT-F7 AT F7 ATF7 phono cartridge

Audio-Technica AT-F7 AT F7 ATF7 Phono Cartridge


  • $249.97


The new Audio-Technica AT-F7 stereo moving coil cartridge lets the listener immerse and experience the music. This is achieved through the combination of design features each uplifting the musical experience - the celebrated dual coil design, nude elliptical stylus, aluminum pipe cantilever and uses a 0.07 mil stainless suspension wire which serves as a fulcrum point for audio signal transfer for class leading sound quality and reliability. The Audio-Technica AT-F7 cartridge provides outstanding clarity and transparency of tone along with improved frequency response and precise stereo imaging.

Audio-Technica AT-F7 Phono Cartridge Specifications
- Tonearm mount: 1/2 inch
- Type: Moving coil
- Frequency response: 15Hz-50kHz
- Output voltage @ 1kHz,5cm/sec: 0.35mV
- Tracking force: 1.8-2.2 g (2.0 g standard)
- Recommended load impedance: Minimum 100 ohms
- Coil impedance: 12 ohms (1kHz)
- DC resistance: 12 ohms
- Channel separation @ 1kHz: 27dB
- Channel balance @ 1kHz: >1.5dB
- Dynamic compliance: 9.0 x 10-6cm/dyne (100Hz)
- Static compliance: 35 x 10-6cm/dyne
- Stylus: Nude elliptical 0.2 0.7 mil
- Suspension wires: Stainless - Vertical tracking angle: 23
- Dimensions: 17.3"h x 18.8"w x 25.4"l
- Weight: 5 g
- Accessories included: Screwdriver, stylus protector, screws, nuts, washers, stylus brush, PCOCC lead wire set


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Grado 8MZ for my older ZF1 Grado cartridge

Grado 8MZ for my older ZF1 Grado cartridge Fits like a charm and sounds awesome, clarity and great bass and highs and lows. Great choice for alternative stylus .

All good

Great service!!

Waiting still.

The belt just crossed the Canadian border today. It may take another week before getting to my home. Wait and see...

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Saved a wonderful turntable and cartridge

I found a Dual CS508 ULM turntable at the local Thrift Store. It still had the AT cartridge installed utilizing the Dual 1/2" adapter. I made a simple repair but upon testing, the cartridge had no output. I removed the headshell adapter and found that "fatigue" had cause the adapter to crack causing a loss of contact with the tonearm connection. I had bought to 1/2" adapters from ebay and transferred the AT cartridge to the new adapter and mounted it back on the tonearm. The turntabled played perfectly. As a matter of protocol, I ordered a new stylus from LP Tunes that fit perfectly. Thank you for still having this stylus in stock.