Audio-Technica stylus for Audio-Technica AT-35E AT35E cartridge

Audio-Technica stylus for Audio-Technica AT-35E AT35E cartridge

SKU: ATSAT0035E

  • $149.95

AUDIO-TECHNICA STYLUS FOR AUDIO-TECHNICA AT-35E AT35E CARTRIDGE

The Audio-Technica ATN-35E ATN35E needle stylus for the low-output moving coil Audio-Technica AT-35E AT35E phono cartridge features a square-shank nude special elliptical diamond with a .0002 x .0007 inch scanning radii. It offers natural sound reproduction, long playing life, very high fidelity, dynamics and very high resolution. The stylus is made in Japan by Audio-Technica.

Audio-Technica ATN35E Stylus Specifications
- Frequency response: 15Hz-30kHz
- Output voltage @ 1kHz,5cm/sec: 0.4mV
- Channel separation @ 1kHz: Minimum 30dB
- Channel balance @ 1kHz: 1dB
- Tracking force: 1.2-1.8g (nominal force 1.5g)
- Load resistance: >10 ohms
- Load capacitance: 100-200pf
- Stylus: 0.15 mm nude square, 0.2 x 0.7 mil elliptical diamond


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Huge improvement

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Stanton 681eee Vivid Line

I have been using this on my Stanton 680 cartridge with great success. Very smooth and articulate. This stylus is much better than the generic .2 x.7 stylus I was using. Alignment was slightly difficult but a small bubble level helped. Why Stanton/Pickering made a cartridge body with thin metal screw mounts is a puzzle. You have to make sure the cartridge is perpendicular to the record surface. Over the years I have seen some cartridges with a tilt between the body and mount. I am sure the LPTunes Shibata stylus for the Stanton 680/681 would sound better, but for my use the Vivid Line stylus is more than adequate