Grado Red 1 Red1 phono cartridge - FOR U.S. SALE ONLY

Grado Red 1 Red1 Phono Cartridge

SKU: GRADREDSTD

  • $190.00

GRADO RED 1 RED1 PHONO CARTRIDGE

Ships to US only

Grado cartridges are acclaimed worldwide by experts as virtually the finest pickups at their price points. The Grado Prestige series of cartridges are designed output and excellent stability under for high the most demanding conditions. All of the range uses Grado's patented Optimized Transmission Line (OTL) technology which makes your records sound quieter, improve the height, width and depth of the sound stage and offer more detail than previously achievable. Grado's OTL technology is all about delivering more music, more performance.

Grado Red 1 Phono Cartridge Specifications
- Type: Moving magnet
- Output voltage: 5mV
- Frequency response: 10Hz-55kHz
- Load impedance: 47k ohms
- Channel separation: 30dB
- Stylus type: Elliptical
- Stylus replacement: User replaceable
- Compliance: 20mm/N
- Tracking force: 1.0 - 2.0 g
- Recommended tracking force: 1.5 g
- Weight: 5.5 g

For stylus replacements, refer to Related Products:
- Standard stylus: Grado Red Stylus
- Downgrade stylus: Grado Blue Stylus

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