Shure M44-7H Scratch Cartridge with Headshell  

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Pre-mounted on a Technics headshell to install directly onto the tone arm and reduce set up time.

The Shure M44-7H scratch cartridge with headshell is engineered for skratch DJs and turntablists. It won't skip under even the most demanding circumstances! An exact replication of the original, this legendary Shure turntable needle offers ultrahigh skip resistance and output. The M44-7H is the cartridge of choice for many champion DJs worldwide, including The Invisibl Skratch Piklz, X-ecutioners, and Beat Junkies. Combining Shure's unique wide-diameter Type S cantilever with a tracking force of 1-1/2 to 3 grams, the Shure M44-7 DJ cartridge's rugged construction is highly durable, but will not unduly wear your vinyl. With a 9-1/2mV output -- the highest on the market -- the Shure M44-7H is a turntable cartridge that produces very powerful, resonant sound.

Features

  • Unique wide-diameter Type S cantilever
  • Tracking force of 1-1/2 to 3 grams
  • Rugged construction
  • Will not unduly wear your vinyl
  • 9-1/2mV output
  • Powerful, resonant sound
  • Standard 1/2" tone arm mount
  • Moving magnet cartridge
  • 6.7 grams total weight
 
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5.0

Best for the scratch dj but just as good for mixing too.

By Dj PRoBLoM

from Cali

Comments about Shure M44-7H Scratch Cartridge with Headshell:

This needle is one favorites, i've tried almost all the needles out there except for the low end needles, i just never bothered with 'em. The M447 just wont skip unless it's old and worn down.

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