Audio-Technica AT-ART1000 MC Cartridge

Audio-Technica AT-ART1000 MC Cartridge

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When it comes to turntable components, few names top Audio-Technica—and when it comes to Audio-Technica’s turntable cartridges, nothing tops the AT-ART1000. Handmade in Japan, this flagship features a first-of-its-kind design for mass-produced cartridges Read More

A Flagship MC Cartridge, Handmade in Japan

When it comes to turntable components, few names top Audio-Technica—and when it comes to Audio-Technica’s turntable cartridges, nothing tops the AT-ART1000. Handmade in Japan, this flagship features a first-of-its-kind design for mass-produced cartridges. In this design, the AT-ART1000’s power system holds the dual moving coil directly on top of the stylus tip, eliminating any negative audio impact from the cantilever. This results in excellent transient response and reproduction of the subtlest audio details—benefits that are further bolstered by two 20-micrometer PCOCC coils, each capable of generating an output voltage of 0.2 millivolts. With a titanium base, the AT-ART1000 features the same high-performance line-contact stylus and solid-boron cantilever found in Audio-Technica’s highly regarded AT-OC9/III cartridge. 

Audio-Technica AT-ART1000 MC Cartridge
Audio-Technica AT-ART1000 MC Cartridge
Audio-Technica AT-ART1000 MC Cartridge

Audio-Technica: Unmatched Turntable Engineering

In 1962, during vinyl’s first reign as the world’s favorite audio format, Audio-Technica released its AT-1 and AT-3 MM stereo phono cartridges. These products would mark the company’s start to over half a century of innovations across the audio industry. More and more releases followed, including an elliptical diamond stylus, a VM phono cartridge, and many well-received turntables—most notably the AT-LPW40WN. We carry Audio-Technica products for the same reason that countless professional musicians, engineers, and vinyl listeners use them. In the audio world, there is no higher benchmark of quality.

Audio-Technica AT-ART1000 MC Cartridge

Specs

  • Audio-Technica
  • Cartridge type: Moving coil (MC)
  • Body material: Aluminum and titanium
  • Terminal pin material: Brass
  • Coil wire material: 20 micrometer PCOCC
  • Mounting feature: Half-inch mount
  • Stylus curvature radius: 1.5 x 0.28 mm
  • Terminal pins: Brass
  • Power system type: Direct power system
  • Frequency response: 15 Hz – 30 kHz
  • Channel separation: 30 dB (1 kHz)
  • Vertical tracking angle: 21º
  • Vertical tracking force: Specified for each individual cartridge
  • Stylus construction: Nude rectangular shank
  • Minimum recommended load impedance: 30 ohms (when head amplifier is connected)
  • Coil impedance: 3 ohms (1 kHz)
  • DC resistance: 3 ohms
  • Coil inductance: 1 microHenry (1 kHz)
  • Output voltage: 0.2 mV (1 kHz, 5 cm/sec)
  • Output channel balance: 0.5 dB (1 kHz)
  • Stylus Shape: Special line contact
  • Cantilever material: Solid boron
  • Cantilever diameter: 0.26 mm 
  • Static compliance: 11.8 x 3.9 – 2.4 in / dyne (30 x 10 – 6 cm / dyne)
  • Dynamic compliance: 4.7 x 3.9 – 2.4 in / dyne (12 x 10 – 6 cm / dyne, 100 Hz)
  • Mounting: Half-inch
  • Dimensions: 0.68 x 0.67 x 1 in (17.3 x 17 x 25.5 mm)
  • Weight: 0.4 oz (11 g)

Included

  • Non-magnetic screwdriver
  • 2 washers
  • Protector
  • 2 nuts 
  • 2 cartridge installation screws (12 mm)
  • 2  cartridge installation screws (18 mm)
  • PCOCC lead wire set
  • Brush

Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Apr 30, 2021 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.

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