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Roksan Corus Silver MM Phono Cartridge


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A capable Moving Magnet phono cartridge which will deliver stunning detail and dynamics. An easy fit and suitability with a wide range of tonearms make the Corus Silver a great cartridge choice.

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Warranty length 2 Years
Brand Roksan Audio
Product Award What HiFi Award 4 Stars

Tech Specs

Type: Moving Magnet
Output: 6.5mV @ 5cm / sec REF. 1 kHz
Stylus: Super fineline Gyger II
Cantilever: Aluminium tube
Tracking weight: 1.8 -2.2 (1.9g rec)
Cartridge fixing: Std 0.5" centres (12.7mm)
Recm load: 47 kOhms
Recm capacitance: 150 - 300pF
Coil impedance: 660 Ohms
Internal inductance: 570mH
Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz +/- 2dB
Static compliance: 24mm, 16mm Vertical
Channel separation: > 25dB @ 1kHz
Channel balance: < 2dB @ 1kHz
Equivalent tip mass: 0.45 mg
Cartridge weight: 6.5 g

Product Description

The Corus Silver is based on Roksan's version of the Goldring 1042 and builds on its predecessor with revisions to the internal wiring and suspension. In similarity, it features the excellent Gyger II stylus profile and is housed in a one piece moulded body fitted with non-magnetic threaded inserts for ease of mounting and alignment.

Press Reviews

  • "Roksan’s Corus is better than ever, but a hefty price rise takes the edge off an otherwise excellent cartridge.  For the best part of two decades, this moving-magnet design has remained a great-sounding and reasonably priced proposition. The Corus Silver digs up a terrific amount of detail, and has a fuller tonal balance without losing any of the precision or tautness of the original. The Silver is also less fussy about partnering arms, and so will work better than the Black in a wider range of set-ups. It remains a doddle to fit thanks to its sensible shape, captive nuts and a reasonable tracking weight of 1.9g. Downsides? The price has gone up £75 over the Black." (What Hi-Fi? Magazine Awards October 2013)

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