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Audio-Technica VM530EN Dual Moving Magnet Stereo Cartridge with Elliptical Stylus
Manufacturer: Audio-Technica
SKU: VM530EN
Condition: New
Audio-Technica VM530EN Dual Moving Magnet Stereo Cartridge with Elliptical Stylus
Product TypeMagnetic Cartridge
Product Series500
Brand NameAudio-Technica
ManufacturerAudio-Technica U.S., Inc
Product ModelVM530EN
Product NameVM530EN Dual Moving Magnet Stereo Cartridge with Elliptical Stylus
Manufacturer Part NumberVM530EN
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.audio-technica.com
Package Contents
  • VM530EN Dual Moving Magnet Stereo Cartridge
  • Elliptical Stylus
  • 2 x Cartridge Installation Screws 5mm
  • 2 x Cartridge Installation Screws 10mm
  • 2 x Washer
  • 2 x Hexagon Nut
  • 1 x Non-magnetic Screwdriver
  • 1 x Brush
  • 1 x Lead Wire Set
Height0.7"
Width0.7"
MaterialPolymerAluminum
Weight (Approximate)0.23 oz
Limited Warranty2 Year
High-end elliptical stylus model equipped with a light-weight nude elliptical stylus to reduce the execution mass of the vibration system. This enables fuller frequency reproduction. Aluminium cantilever Para-toroidal coils improve generating efficiency Centre shield plate between the left and right channels reduces crosstalk Durable low resonance polymer housing AUDIO-TECHNICA'S INTERNATIONALLY-PATENTED DUAL MAGNET DESIGN REPLICATES THE STRUCTURE OF THE CUTTER HEAD.Instead of using a single, large magnet, the two magnets are arranged in the shape of a "V". The two magnets are positioned precisely to match the positions of the left and right channels in the stereo groove walls. Consequently, the VM design ensures outstanding channel separation, extended frequency response and superb tracking.PARA-TOROIDAL GENERATING SYSTEMPara-toroidal coils improve generating efficiency and offers superb linearity, since leakage of magnetic flux in this continuous and unitised magnetic circuit is low. Permeability of the cores is also optimised through the use of laminated cores.CENTRE SHIELD PLATE REDUCES CROSSTALKA permalloy centre shield plate enables the effective separation of left and right channels, suppressing electrical crosstalk to below 40dB. This is similar to the actual crosstalk value found in the grooves of the record itself.