Audio-Technica AT-ART1000 MC Cartridge

Audio-Technica AT-ART1000 MC Cartridge

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Product Description
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
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Why would I buy this?
Anzial
1489
Apr 4, 2021
If you inherited a billion bucks from your family, why not? :)
270223991
7
Apr 4, 2021
y tho?
Anzial
1489
Apr 4, 2021
'cause! I'm sure there are people who who will want this and won't bat an eye at the price but I doubt their likes would ever visit this site, they'd have much better things to do...
oniongrass
7
Apr 9, 2021
Sounds very exotic, it has a motor or something that holds the coils over the stylus.
jgillingham
127
Apr 10, 2021
No, nothing that exotic. The coils are attached directly above the stylus, instead of the usual location at the far end of the cantilever. This can be seen in one of the photos. This isn't really a new idea; Decca did something similar over 60 years ago, although that was a moving-iron cartridge, not a moving-coil.
Coolkat
0
Apr 4, 2021
Can you scribble scratch with these?
pianiste88
10
Apr 3, 2021
Please, be all serious : IT IS A $1 HEAVY DISCOUNT. First buck of Uncle Scrooge :-) (not mentionning the around 10% custom fees + 20% VAT on (price paid + custom fees + shipping fees) + file processing in Europe)