Moving Magnet Cartridge under $200

MikeT.

Senior Member
#1
Hi all or y’all,

Does anyone have a lightly used moving magnet cartridge they might be willing to part with?
I have this Lounge LCR III I’ve been trying to audition and have been having a BIG issue with a new Grado Green 2. First a channel imbalance, then I snapped the cantilever off futzing with it, then I bought a Grado Blue stylus and now the left channel is completely dead. Needles to say, I’m not looking for a Grado.
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TubeHiFiNut

Administrator
#4
Hi all or y’all,

Does anyone have a lightly used moving magnet cartridge they might be willing to part with?
I have this Lounge LCR III I’ve been trying to audition and have been having a BIG issue with a new Grado Green 2. First a channel imbalance, then I snapped the cantilever off futzing with it, then I bought a Grado Blue stylus and now the left channel is completely dead. Needles to say, I’m not looking for a Grado.
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Hey Mike.....I'll do my best to get time this weekend to look through the cartridge drawers.

I'm sure there might be something in there that you might be able to use. :)
 

MikeT.

Senior Member
#9
I took Tim @Try1256 up on his offer. I sold a TON of these as a HiFi sales guy in the 70’s and you’re right @J-ROB a very good sounding cart.

Just FYI, Needle Doctor did the right thing and replaced the Grado Green which had my Blue stylus on it. Turns out it did have a dead left channel. It’s on its way back.

But @TubeHiFiNut, David I’m still on the prowl for what you might have in that cartridge drawer if you have some time and the spirit moves you. ;)
 
#14
@MikeT. - ADD strikes again. Got sidetracked.....so unlike me.

Anyway, MM cartridges in the infamous "cartridge bins"..... ;)

Brand new A-T 3600L. Conical stylus (big surprise ;) ). Tracks 1.5g - 3g. I've used one in the Bogen/Lenco B61 at 3g and it sounds pretty good.

Say the word and it's on the way. :)
 
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