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Goldring Eroica H MC Phono Cartridge

 

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Features

Warranty length 1 Year
Brand Goldring

Tech Specs

Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz±3dB
Channel Balance: 1dB @ 1kHz
Channel Separation: 25dB @ 1kHz
Sensitivity: 2.5mV±1dB, 1kHz @ 5 cm/sec
Static Compliance: 18mm/N
Equivalent tip mass: 0.6 mg
Vertical Tracking Angle: 20°
Radius: Gyger II
Stylus Type: Non-Replaceable
Load Resistance: 47,000 Ohm
Load Capacitance: 100-500pF
Internal Inductance: 0.2 mH
Internal Resistance: 77 Ohm
Cartridge Weight: 5.5g
Fixing Centre: 0.5 (12.7mm)
Tracking Weight: 1.5-2.0g (1.7g nom.)

Product Description

The Goldring Eroica H is a high output version of this true audiophile moving coil cartridge, which features an advanced pole shoe design using a powerful rare earth Neodymium magnet. This unique construction allows a shortened magnetic path, which helps reduce the amount of iron in the cartridge, keeping the weight down to just 5.5gms.

Rigidity is also of prime importance and the Pocan body of the cartridge enables it to be clamped solidly to the headshell, keeping energy losses to an absolute minimum. This cartridge uses a Gyger II line contact stylus with a high output. The Eroica offers an exceptionally high standard of performance and reliability.

This cartridge is moving coil (MC) but thanks to the fact this is a "high output MC", it will work with a standard moving magnet (MM) input on your hi-fi amplifier, which is usually labelled as "phono" or "turntable". This is a benefit over the purist Eroica LX cartridge that requires a specific moving coil input. If you do not have a "phono" or "turntable" input on your amplifier, you will need a phono stage inbetween amplifier and turntable. View our range of phono stages or call us if you need advice

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