Shure


[Review] Shure M44-7

The king of scratch cartridges. The Shure M44-7 's high price tag is worth it for its great performance. If set up porperly and broken in, these cartridges almost never skip. The Shure M44-7 also boasts a low tracking force, which translates into minimum record wear. Higly recommended for skratch DJs.


[Review] Shure SRH750DJ Headphones

The SRH240 Headphones from Shure provide excellent sound reproduction and comfort for DJ's in any situation.


[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] 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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