torsdag 2 februari 2012

New pickup system.

Lately i have found that the deeper bass in newer productions make the pickup vibrate on a way i dont have seen before. This was not a problem before, but today it makes it impossible to give the audience the strong sound with lots of bass. So i decided to try these new pickups out. I will give you feedback i promise! The old Shure pickups i been using is of a model that has been around for over 25 years... Its maybe time to start using something else...

Co-designed by DJ Q.Bert for scratch and back-cueing. High tracking ability. Ultra high output

Co-developed by one of the most legendary DJs of all time, the Ortofon Q.Bert provides unsurpassed handling, high output voltage, and low wear characteristics that literally put it in a class of its own.
Turntablists and mix DJs alike will appreciate the strong output of this cartridge, coupled with unrivaled tracking ability and sonic characteristics. The Q.Bert features a more subdued high end, which helps to minimize surface noise from worn vinyl, and an accentuated mid-range to help bring scratching to the front of the sound stage.
The Q-Bert has a supreme ability to trace the grooves of your records and it is tailored specifically for scratch. Due to its enomous output, it is perfect for scratch of all music with deep bass frequences.

Output voltage at 1000Hz, 5cm/sec.
11 mV
Channel balance at 1kHz
1,5 dB
Channel separation at 1kHz
22 dB
Channel separation at 15 kHz
-
Frequency range at -3dB
20-18.000 Hz
Frequency response
20-18.000 Hz -3 dB
Tracking ability at 315 Hz at recommmende tracking force
90 μm
Compliance, dynamic lateral
12 μm/m N
Stylus type
Spherical
Stylus tip radius
R 18 μm
Tracking force range
2,0-4,0 g (20-40 mN)
Tracking force recommended
3,0 g (30 mN)
Tracking angle
20°
Internal impedance, DC resistance
1.680 Ohm
Internal inductance
920 mH
Recommended load resistance
47 kOhm
Recommended load capacitance
200-400 pF
Cartridge weight
18,5 g

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