The Cadenza Black model is using a Nude Shibata stylus with a boron cantilever. The effective mass of the stylus/cantilever system is extremely low due to the use of a very thin boron rod. This material is extremely stiff and even more lightweight than aluminium.
It also uses the WRD/Wide Range Damping-system applied for MC Windfeld, MC A90, MC Anna, Xpression and MC A95 cartridges, controlling the high and low frequency damping separately.
The coil wire is the famous Ortofon Aucurum wire, which is a gold plated 6NX copper wire.
Cadenza Black is high performing on areas like detail, consistency and sound staging.
|Output voltage||1000 Hz, 5cm/sec. - 0,33 mV|
|Channel balance||1 kHz - < 0,8 dB|
|Channel separation||1 kHz - > 27 dB|
|Channel separation||15 kHz - > 20 dB|
|Frequency range||- 3dB - 20 - 60.000 Hz|
|Frequency response||20 kHz - 20 kHz - +1,5/0|
|Tracking ability||315 Hz at recommended tracking force *) - 90 μm|
|Compliance, dynamic, lateral||16 µm/mN|
|Stylus type||Nude Shibata on Boron cantilever|
|Stylus tip radius||r/R 6/50 µm|
|Tracking force range||2,0-2,5 g (20-25 mN)|
|Tracking force recommended||2,3 g (23 mN)|
|Internal impedance, DC resistance||5 Ohm|
|Recommended load impedance||10 Ohm|
|Cartridge body materia||Stainless steel Aluminium|
|Cartridge weight||10,7 g|
|Included||1 x Stylus brush, fibre|
1 x Screwdriver
Leadwires, pair LW-6N
Screws, pair M2,5 x 3
Screws, pair M2,5 x 5
Screws, pair M2,5 x 6
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