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audio-technica AT-OC9ML/II ATOC9ML/II Moving Coil Cartridge
audio-technica AT-OC9ML/II ATOC9ML/II Moving Coil Cartridge

audio-technica AT-OC9ML/II ATOC9ML/II Moving Coil Cartridge

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AT-OC9ML/II Moving Coil Cartridge

The AT-OC9ML/II Dual Moving MicroCoil™ cartridge is a major achievement in precision manufacturing, with tolerances held to mere microns. Stringent quality control assures that these tolerances, as well as performance criteria, are maintained by every AT-OC9ML/II cartridge, so that it reaches you in pristine condition, ready to provide you 100s of hours of stellar musical perfection.

Features of the AT-OC9ML/II

  • Dual-coil system for maximum channel separation.
  • High-flux samarium cobalt magnet for improved electrical generation.
  • PCOCC coil windings for low-loss “transparent” signal transmission.
  • Gold-plated solid boron cantilever.
  • MicroLine™ stylus
5 Stars
Great sounding cartridge!!!
This Audio Technica OC9ML/II was a pleasant surprise. I was looking for an upgrade to my Rega Elys 2. This cartridge is a massive improvement. It is open, airy, and defined. Sound staging is excellent as well. Some have said the high end is harsh. Not to my ears it isn't. Make sure you have a Moving Coil preamp input with resistance at 100 ohms.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Clovis, Ca. on 3/12/2015
4 Stars
detailed, coherent sound
vinyl is back, with the coherence analogue reproduction brings to music. The original At/OC 9 was in my system for years, until it was damaged, so the MkII was a logical replacement. To my ears, the Mk II is a little brighter and a touch fatiguing on loud passages. But on well recorded jazz, the interactions of players come through clearly, and the MK II is rhythmically correct, and reproduces well the sound of live jazz. It is equally good with classical small ensemble work and vocals.
Helpful?  3 of 3 Found Helpful
Reviewed by:  from savannah, ga. on 4/23/2016

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