Cartridges


[Review] Stanton DiscMaster.V3 Cartridge

Ideal for daily playback, the Discmaster.V3 is a great all around cartridge for any application, and best of all, it won't leave a hole in your pocket.


[Review] Stanton TrackMaster.V3 Cartridge

With very high output and little cue burn, the Trackmaster.V3 is perfect for any club / scratch situation.


NAMM 2010 - Ortofon S-120 Cartridges Announced!

Ortofon introduce the new “Ortofon|Serato S-120 DJ Cartridge” with a patent pending design that will virtually “hug the grooves” of a record using a unique suspension system that the two companies have co-designed.


[Review] Stanton SM.V3

The Stanton SM.V3 is a mid priced scratch cartridge with good skip resistance and quality sound.


[Review] Shure WhiteLabel

An excellent combination of club quality sound and skip resistance. Shure's first concord style catridge sports low record wear and allows adjustment of stylus overhang. The Shure Whitelabel also features reliable contacts for plugging into the tonearm.


[Review] Shure M44G

The Shure M44G scratch/club cartridge offers the same low record wear found in the M447. It differs from its brother in that it is a little less skip resistant, but has a more balanced output with better sound quality. Because of this, the Shure M44G is ideal for both club and skratch DJs.


[Review] Stanton 890SA

Stanton's new flagship cartridge is great for both scratch and club use. An improvment over the 680HP, the Stanton 890SA sports great performance in terms of record wear, output, range and skip resistance.


[Review] Shure M25C

The entry level Shure cartridge. For its price, the Shure M25C performs great in terms of sound quality as well as skip resistance. It also has fairly low record wear. Overall, it is a solid, well-priced cartridge for scratch and club DJs



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