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

Grado stylus for Grado XTZ phono cartridge


  • $450.00


Ships to US only

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

Original 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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New Life for Shure V15V

The Shure V15 has always been an even handed, great tracking cart. Perhaps verging on the boring, for some tastes. The JICO SAS styli retain the lush midrange, even handed presentation of the cart, but with a shot of adrenaline and perhaps a tad more revealing than the original styli. Super product!


Works a treat on my JVC quadraphonic system and despite the dreaded custom charges, it was still cheaper than modern equivalents and NOS stylus available elsewhere.

Nothing Like the Real Thing

When Shure was no longer a stylus option, and I saw JICO here n there (ahem ahem) I was suspicious, but thankfully checked the sole supplier I saw website directly, LPTunes, and got a Straight Answer ASAP to my question whether their stylus were refurbished or factory NEW, which they proved to be. Not only do my LP's play CLEARER than they did with the SHURE styluses; they actually play LOUDER! Could be Just My Imagination. Who knows?