The Cartridgeman MUSIC MAKER MKIII Listino ufficiale €. 960,00
The 'MusicMaker' Phono Cartridge is a high-performance variable reluctance device, employing a proprietory extended contact diamond stylus. Specification Output voltage: 4mV Frequency response: 10Hz - 50KHz Stereo separation:>25dB across 10Hz to 30KHz range Loading requirement: 47K Ohm (standard moving magnet) Cartridge weight: 6.2g Stylus type: proprietory extended contact area diamond Tracking force: 1.58g +/- 0.05g (critical) Arm requirement: medium to low mass (13g or less) Bias (anti-skate) requirements: minimal
The Cartridgeman MUSIC MASTER Listino ufficiale €. 2.125,00
Sostituendo sia la Classic che la Classic LE, la testina Music Master non solocombina le migliori qualità delle unità precedenti, ma anche è stataulteriormente migliorata con l'aggiunta di un unico micro-stilo con un profilo particolarmente sofisticato nonché altri miglioramenti per quanto riguardal'integrità della struttura del corpo e l'isolamento della bobina. I vantaggi del nuovo design sono molto evidenti; a risoluzione più elevata consente maggioriinformazioni e dettagli da conservare nella qualità audio, mentre l’eccellente immagine e una maggiore dinamica facilitano il miglioramento complessivo del rapporto segnale-rumore. La testina è fornita con il Cartridge Man Isolator.
The MusicMaker Classic Phono Cartridge The MusicMaker cartridge is the product of a steady programme of refinement, it has taken approximately fifteen years of development to create the Mk III version. We have now moved on and made a rather dramatic change; enter the MusicMaker Classic which takes us another step closer to the original performance. Instead of the high purity copper coils used in the Mk III we have substituted very pure silver (99.99%) coils and incorporated other changes; the result is a major step forward in analogue viny replay. Specifications Variable-reluctance stereo phono cartridge with line-contact stylus and silver coils. Output: 4.0 mV output Loading: 47K ohms (not capacitance sensitive.) Tracking Force: 1.6 grams. VTA/SRA Alignment: Front face of cartridge perpendicular to record surface (viewed from the side).
The Cartridgeman DGL Listino ufficiale €. 365,00
The Cartridge Man Digital Stylus Force Gauge Users of vinyl are well aware of the importance of being able to accurately set their cartridge tracking down-force. Failure to do this can result in anything from degraded sonic performance, through to mis-tracking and even damage to the record and stylus. The only readily available method of setting the down-force has been the Shure Force Balance - fine value for money, but suffering from only 0.1g resolution, somewhat fiddly set-up and a slightly non-optimum measurement height. The Cartridge Man has now introduced a highly accurate, enhanced measurement range, easy-to-use and competitively priced all-electronic Digital Force Gauge. The unit will prove itself indispensible when requiring an absolute and consistent tracking force reference. Specification and features Measurement range: 0.2g to 4.0g. Accuracy: better than 0.05g over full measurement range Resolution: 0.02g Useable period: 30 minutes per full charge Display: 3-digit LED Status indication: Display test, battery, nulling, overload Recharge cycle: ~ 14-24 hours Useable temperature: 5°C to 35°C Weight: 150g nominal Dimension: 45mm h x 87mm diameter Construction: Non-magnetic, anti-slip feet Charge unit: 9V D.C. @ 100mA output supplied
The Cartridgeman BOLLA Listino ufficiale €. 365,00
is a well known fact that for optimum performance, a turntable should always be
precisely levelled. Whilst bubble-levels have always been used for the levelling
procedure, best accuracy is not always guaranteed and it can certainly be
frustrating to centre the bubble. The Cartridge Man has now introduced ahighly
accurate, easy-to-use and all-electronic Digital Levelling Gauge. This unit
presents a digital read-out of both planes simultaneously to a resolution and
accuracy of 0.1°. Four quadrant LEDs give an unambiguous indication of which
side(s) need lowering or raising. Specification and features Measurement range:
+35° to -35° Accuracy: better than 0.1° at level Resolution: 0.1° Useable
period:> 10 hours continuous Display: 2 x 3-digit LED and 4 x 3mm LEDs
Status indication: Display test, nulling Cell type: 2 x AAA Useable
temperature: 5°C to 35°C Weight: 195g nominal Dimension: 62mm h x
69mm diameter Construction: Non-magnetic, anti-static treated
The Cartridgeman ISO Listino ufficiale €. 120,00
L’isolatore per testine The Cartridge Man Cartridge Isolator Isolatore antivibrazioni per isolare le testine dal braccio testine
The Cartridge Man Isolator The isolator is, in effect, a two way filter. Its purpose is to break the mechanical feedback loop that is made as soon as the stylus touches the record. In tests, the isolator has been shown to reduce the noise floor level by 3dB (a cut of 50%). This reduction allows far more low level information into the audio picture, improving sound stage, imaging and resolution, not to mention the overall timbre of instruments. The isolator has attracted praise in the Hi Fi press, in spite of the generally accepted philosophy about cartridge mounting being the complete opposite of that which its use advocates. The Isolator will make a good arm a great arm, but it will not make a poor arm a good one.
The Cartridgeman BRACCIO
The Conductor Air Bearing Tonearm The playback of a record should imitate the cutting of the lacquer as closely as possible. During the cutting process the cutter diamond makes an angle of 90 degrees at all instances from the beginning of the groove to its end. Obviously, the best way to read a record groove is by using an arm which follows the groove in a similar fashion as in the cutting process.A parallel tracking tonearm has the least distortion because the tracking error is minimized to practically zero. The cartridge stylus reads the two groove walls at the same time without any delay. Furthermore, a parallel tracking tonearm does not need bias compensation (anti-skate settings), as there is no centripetal force, unlike in pivoted arms.Pivoted arms, on the other hand, are the most commonly used tonearms. These can be further subdivided into unipivots and non-unipivots, as well as pseudo-unipivots.With common pivoted arms (also called radial arms), there is zero tracking error only in two instances. At other points, there is tracking error. This is minimized by giving the pivoted arm the familiar offset angle. The skating force is not eliminated, however, but instead increases. This can be corrected, of course.Unfortunately, the skating force depends on the friction between the record groove and the stylus tip, as well as the cut of the stylus. It also depends on what is recorded on the record, even the quality of the vinyl. As one can see, correcting anti-skate is always not perfect, technically. All this ceases to be an issue with a tangential tonearm, as there is no skating force.Basically, setting up pivoted arms properly with the various tools around is essential to minimize these tracking errors, as well as controlling the skating force.Designing and manufacturing a parallel tracking tonearm is not as simple as it may seem and only thorough engineering can result in a good functioning device. Precise and accurate geometrical proportions are essential to get it right. As a result, prices of the high-end parallel tracking arms are in most cases far beyond the budget of most audiophiles and music lovers. And this is where The Conductor comes in. Simplified, but without sacrificing the benefits of tangential tonearms, sonically high-end, and most importantly offered at a saner price than the other high-end competition.
The Cartridgeman MATT Listino ufficiale €. 150,00
The Cartridgeman LP Listino ufficiale €. 47,00
The HI-Fi News Test Record As a response to the lack of newly produced test records, and due to customers requiring a definitive means of setting up their vinyl replay systems, the Cartridge Man has, on the back of the success of his previous test LP, produced an all-new test record. Recorded onto audiophile quality 180g vinyl, the new version also includes a full-sized set-up protractor and includes an additional frequency sweep test. Test Record specifications and features: Channel identification Phase check Channel balance Pink noise L/R Anti-skate/bias setting Tracking ability Cartridge/arm lateral resonance Cartridge azimuth Residual system noise check 20Hz to 20kHz frequency sweep Set-up protractor Recorded onto audiophile 180g vinyl
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