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Ortofon Replacement Stylus for Concorde Club DJ Cartridge
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Designed for use only with the Concorde Club cartridge, this replacement stylus keeps your cartridge in peak form, delivering the solid performance y...Click To Read More About This Product
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Designed for use exclusively with the Concorde Club cartridge.
Designed for use only with the Concorde Club cartridge, this replacement stylus keeps your cartridge in peak form, delivering the solid performance you've come to expect from Ortofon. Even with proper care, styli gradually wear out over time, so you don't always notice the sound degradation that has been building. Nothing beats a new stylus when it comes to putting the clarity, power and thump back into your sound system.
The Concord Club replacement stylus ensures the best possible sound quality for pure vinyl playback and offers increased output voltage for a powerful, energetic sound. The Club's elliptical stylus tip provides superior audio, and really holds the groove for outstanding tracking and stability. It also produces an impressive 8mV output and 20Hz–20kHz frequency response for uncompromising sound quality with excellent low end.
Since the launch of the original Concorde cartridges more than 25 years ago, DJs have embraced the convenience, sound quality, and industrial design of the Concorde. With the launch of the Concorde MKII, Ortofon has listened to the demands of vinyl DJs of all types to develop a superior cartridge series with an unprecedented level of durability, groove holding, and sound quality.
- Replacement stylus for Concorde Club cartridge
- Elliptical stylus tip is more robust than previous generation
- Larger cutout
- Compatible with DVS
- 8mV output and 20Hz–20kHz frequency range
Keep your Concorde Club in peak form—order your replacement stylus today.