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Old 5th March 2009, 11:50 PM   #1
ro9397 is offline ro9397  United States
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Default Strain gauge cart weight/compliance?

Search was negative.

Searching for the weight & compliance of my Matsushita/Panasonic/Technics cartridge models:

EPC-450C-II silver label, reason to believe this is preferred & the better than below

EPC-451C looks identical except for red label

User-replaceable stylii interchangeable between both.

Your source would be welcome w/ the info. Someone posted "Panasonic strain gauge" specs but model ws not mentioned. Maybe all Panasonic SG carts have the same weight & compliance range? My cartridge weighed 3g by crude measure; much different from 6g posted earlier.
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