Diamond Cantilever Expands The Amount of Information
For the cantilever, we for the first time adopted a diamond cantilever. The amount of information has been expanded by enhancing the propagation speed.
Improved the trackability by reviewing the vibration system
The vibration system, including the damper, has been improved to match the new cantilever. The trackability has been improved for better tracing.
Pursuing the precision of the mounting angle of the natural diamond chip
The stylus tip is made of natural diamond, which is becoming rare to be sold it the market. The mounting angle precision of the stylus tip has been reduced from ±5 deg to ±3 deg for a more accurate tracing capability.
Improved the polishing preciseness for magnetic circuit components
By adding a new polishing process to the permendur yoke of magnetic material to make the magnetic field more uniform, the reproduction of minute signals has been improved and achieved a more spatial expression.
Body structure of a new generation
The stainless-steel base is newly coated with TiN (titanium nitride) to achieve a beautiful golden color as well as corrosion resistance and sufficient hardness. The duralumin cover is coated with DLC, a coating that has earned a reputation from the past. In addition, the new shape of the body controls unwanted vibrations and is suitable for flagship models and has a more direct sound quality.
Power Generation Type: Moving Coil Type
Appropriate needle pressure: 1.7 to 2.0g
Output voltage: 0.3mV or more (1kHz 50mm/s horizontal direction)
Compliance: 8.5μ /mN [8.5×10-6cm/dyne] Playback frequency range: 10Hz to 30kHz
Separation: 30dB or better (1kHz)
Channel balance: within 1dB (1kHz)
Cantilever: Synthetic diamond (0.2mm square)
Stylus tip: Natural diamond (line contact / curvature 0.03 x 0.003 mm)
Magnet: Samarium cobalt
Magnetic circuit material: Permendur
Base Material: Machined from stainless steel / TiN treatment
Body Material: Duralumin machined / DLC treatment
Body weight: 14.3g
*DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) is a generic term for carbon thin films with high hardness and electrical insulation properties similar to diamond, created with a vapor phase synthesis method using ions.