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Further information: Has been used for about 150 - 200 hours or about 200 LPs. Current RRP is $Au695 , https://www.vinylrevival.com.au/products/ortofon-quintet-blue-phono-cartridge Reviews below: https://www.tnt-audio.com/sorgenti/ortofon_quintet_blue_e.html https://www.whathifi.com/au/reviews/ortofon-quintet-blue Specs: Output voltage at 1 kHz 5 cm/sec - 0.5 mV Channel balance - < 1.5 dB Channel separation at 1 kHz - > 21 dB Channel separation at 15 kHz - > 14 dB Frequency range at -3 dB - 20-
Further information: Reasonably rare 30th Anniversary low output MC cartridge from Audio Technica. Probably sits between the OC9 series and the ART9/MC33 series. Not too sure. It has a gold-plated Beryllium cantilever with a nude square-shank ML (micro linear) stylus. Very low hours (less than 50) as it was a curiosity for me just to try it on my Yamaha PF1000. I quite enjoyed it but gravitated back to my Coral MC collection and then sold the PF1000 and took a holiday from playing vinyl for a few years. So this AT MC has been stashed away with the rest of my colle