shure M44G?

robhicks1

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Sure, Ortofon, Stanton etc are all fine makes of carts.
However, I personally recomend Ortofon.
I use the OM DJ'S and I would never use any other make now.
It is quite rare that I am that impressed by something (especially so small) but they have blown me away.
Also concords are unnesersary as te OM'S will do the job fine.
 

Dan M

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dint like concords they look to fancy shmancy.............yeah thats right i said fancy shmancy deal with it.
 
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Subsonicdeejay1

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right so I neeed some new needles as my stantons are on their last legs.
Any1 using these shure carts?
http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/Info?Track=M44G
if so will any old headshell do for them as well?
or would u say Its worth savin bit of extra money and getting a twin set of ortofon concordes?
cheers
I've recently sold my shure whitelabels and gone onto shure m477's... The difference in output between the two is ridiculous! I'm so glad I changed... The 477's are louder, more bass and hit the high frequencies better. At 35quid each they are well worth it
 
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Subsonicdeejay1

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I've recently sold my shure whitelabels and gone onto shure m477's... The difference in output between the two is ridiculous! I'm so glad I changed... The 477's are louder, more bass and hit the high frequencies better. At 35quid each they are well worth it
Sorry... Typo... M447's I meant. ;)
 

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Changed from Ortofon Concord DJ S (blue ones) to some M447G and they're much better for my style.

Ortonfon has slightly better sound quality, Shure are more reliable for me.
 
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