Grado stylus for Grado TLZ phono cartridge - <font color=#339900>Ship to US only</font>

Grado stylus for Grado TLZ phono cartridge


  • $325.00


Ships to US only

The Grado stylus made specifically for the highly regarded Joseph Grado Signature TLZ phono cartridge is a brand new production by Grado. TLZ is etched by hand on the bottom of the stylus handle. The stylus is packaged in Grado's small plastic box with TLZ handwritten on the back.

Grado Stylus Specifications
- Output: 1.57mV @ 3.5 CMV (45 degrees)
- Controlled frequency response: 10Hz-50kHz
- Channel separation: Average 25dB, 10Hz-50kHz
- Stylus: Diamond, twin tip
- Input load: 47k Hz
- Inductance: 9 mH
- Resistance: 70 ohms
- Tracking force: 1.5 g
- Pick-up weight: 5.5 g
- Capacitance: Non-sensitive to capacitive load

Note: Provided for reference only. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

How to replace and install Grado stylus (PDF)
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