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Clearaudio Aurum Beta S MM Phono Cartridge

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Ex VAT: 220.83

RRP: £449.00


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Warranty length 1 Year
Brand Clearaudio

Tech Specs

Frequency Response: 24Hz - 20Hz
Output Voltage: (@ 1 kHz, 5 cm/s) ~ 3.6 mV
Channel Separation: (@ 1 kHz) > 30 dB
Channel Balance: (@ 1 kHz) < 0,6 dB
Tracking Angle: 80 um
Tracking Force: 2.0 - 2.5 g, opt 2.2 g

Coil Impedance: (@ 1 kHz): 0.66 kOhm
Coil Inductance: 0.42 H
Load Impedance: 51 kOhm
Load Capacitance: 100 pF
Cantilever: Aluminium
Weight: 6 grams




Product Description

SAVE 40% on this high quality Clearaudio Aurum Beta S MM phono cartridge. It was back in 1978 that Clearaudio first manufactured moving coil cartridges. This vast experience has been a significant benefit to their range of moving magnet cartridges including the Clearaudio Aurum Beta S MM Phono Cartridge.

Clearaudio have made massive improvements in areas such as mass-reduction, the profile, polish and finish of the stylus and in the damping of the cantilever. Strict attention to construction methods along with extensive quality controls and hand-selection processes form part of the procedure for this stunning quality.

This assures you get flawless quality in all areas to guarantee exceptional linearity and trackability.

Customer Reviews

  • Robbie Cruickshank

    12 Feb 2016

    I have used Clearaudio cartridges for the past 15 years. In terms of value for money and pure vinyl enjoyment the Aurum Beta S is hard to beat. A good electronic balance is needed to set the tracking force. I found that 2.1g is optimal for my system and not the recommended 2.2g.
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