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Audio Technica AT-F7 MC Phono Cartridge


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RRP: £235.00


Audio Technica AT-F7 is a Moving Coil phono cartridge featuring a dual coil design and elliptical stylus for incredible transparency, class-leading sound and reliability.

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Warranty length 2 Years
Brand Audio Technica

Tech Specs

- Type: Moving coil (MC)
- Frequency response: 15 to 50,000 Hz
- Out voltage: 0.35 mV (1 kHz, 5cm/sec)
- Channel separation: 27 dB (1 kHz)
- Channel balance: 1.5 dB (1 kHz)
- Tracking force: 1.8 to 2.2 g (stnd 2g)
- Coil impedance: 12 O (1 kHz)
- DC resistance: 12 O
- Recmnd load impedance: Min 100O
- Coil inductance: 25 µH (1 kHz)
- Static compliance: 35 x 10 - 6 cm/dyne
- Dynamic: 9x10 - 6cm/dyne (100Hz)
- Stylus: Nude elliptical 0.2 x 1.7ml
- Suspension wires: Stainless
- Vertical tracking angle: 23 degrees
- Dimensions (HWL): 17.3 x 16.8 x 25.4mm
- Weight: 5g

Product Description

Audio Technica's AT-F7 Moving Coil phono cartridge features the company's celebrated dual coil design with an elliptical stylus for class leading sound and reliability.

Excellent Sound

One of the finest phono cartridges we've heard at this price, Audio Technica AT-F7 sounds incredibly transparent with excellent frequency response and precise stereo imaging. Finished in a stylish silver housing that looks great on most turntables.

Elliptical Stylus

The elliptical stylus has two radii, the front radius being wider than the side radius. This allows the stylus to ride in the centre of the groove, while the smaller side radius can more accurately track higher frequencies and offers stunning clarity.

Upgrade Path

The AT-F7 sounds fresher than the AT-F3 III. If your budget is a little more flexible, also consider the range topping OC9 MLIII.

Press Reviews

  • 'Needs to be heard, especially if you lean more to subtle or orchestral music than strictly rhythm-led tracks… Revealing and refined, great with acoustic music, good build quality.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine April 2017)

  • ‘…A competitive price for a product whose build quality, as close inspection reveals, clearly meets lofty standards. The AT-F7 has a refinement that eludes all but the best moving magnet cartridges at this level, but it’s not lightweight. Quite the opposite, in fact.’ (What Hi-Fi Magazine April 2017)

  • ‘By keeping background noise to a minimum this MC gives dynamics plenty of impact, which makes for a moving experience with a great piece of music. The bass is slightly exaggerated by the standards of the best, which is a balance that will suit some music just fine.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine April 2017)

  • ‘The sense of timing here is less easily balanced out. This is an assured and stately sounding cartridge that suits less percussive tunes better than the banging variety. Give it something subtle to play and it will reward you with a tremendously articulate midrange that does wonders for all manner of instruments, not least the human voice.’ (What Hi-Fi Magazine April 2017)

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