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Old 25th December 2006, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default AT ML440 vs Shure V-15

Would anyone know if the Audio Technica ML440 cartridge has bass similar to the Shure V-15 Vxmr ?
The Shure I understand is now discontinued.
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Old 29th December 2006, 02:51 PM   #2
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I own the AT 440MLa and like it just fine. There is a discussion at http://www.stevehoffman.tv/forums/ar...p/t-80334.html that compares the two cartridges.
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If you're living in the US (or in Japan) you could go for the Audio Technica 150MLX cartridge, which I believe to be on about the same level as the great Shure V15V.

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If you're living in the US (or in Japan) you could go for the Audio Technica 150MLX cartridge, which I believe to be on about the same level as the great Shure V15V.

Cheers, Hannes

Audio Technica 150MLX
Interesting! There seems to be some resemblance to my all-time favorite cartridge, the Technics EPC100C mkIV. I wonder if that's true of the sound. I've very, very tempted...
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