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Audio-Technica AT92ECD Universal Replacement Magnetic Phono Cartridge

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AT92ECD Phonograph Cartridge
  • Frequency Response: 15-27,000 Hz
  • Channel Separation: 29/18 (dB at 1 kHz/10 kHz)
  • Vertical Tracking Force: 1.0-1.5 grams
  • Stylus Construction: Bonded round shank
  • Recommended Load Impedance: 47,000 ohms
  • Phono cartridge
  • Universal mount
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Product Specifications

Style: AT92ECD Phonograph Cartridge
Brand NameAudio Technica

Product Description

Style:AT92ECD Phonograph Cartridge

The AT92ECD is a .3 x .7 elliptical cartridge fits both Half-inch and P-Mount turntables.


Product Details

Style: AT92ECD Phonograph Cartridge
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 1 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00006HO3L
  • Item model number: AT92ECD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (823 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #332 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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77 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Babi Banerjee on April 25, 2012
Style Name: AT95E Dual Magnet Cartridge
The AT95e has been around forever and is often included with budget audiophile turntables. I have been using variants of this cartridge for more than 20 years. I had earlier versions of this cartridge on my Revolver turntable from the mid 1980s and my two Linn tables from the early 1990s. This cartridge is one of the easiest to live with. It has excellent, natural tonal balance, decent tracking and quite durable. I currently have three of these, one on my Pro-ject Debut III and two variants for my Technics 1200. Compared with more expensive Audio Technica cartridges such as the AT110e or 120e/t, this cartridge is slightly fuller sounding and less extended at the frequency extremes; i.e. it is not as bright, open or airy at the top, nor is it as deep or articulate in the bass. But it is excellent. In fact it is the perfect budget product. Low price, great performance and no nasties - its only errors are those of omission.

Compared to other great budget cartridges such as the Ortofon Omega or OM5, the AT95e is less woolly sounding in the middle. The Ortofons have more bloom in the middle and are also less tight sounding. The AT sounds more even but will be less forgiving of noisy LPs than the budget Ortofons. Compared with the budget Grado Black, the AT95e is fuller sounding and a better tracker. The Grado however is capable of amazing detail retrieval and has a lush midrange. The Grado does not work on some tables (such as Rega) due to a hum issue. The AT95e, like the Ortofons is usable on a wide range of popular turntables such as Rega, Pro-ject/Music Hall and Technics.

There are only two drawbacks to the AT95e. You must remove the stylus to install it in most headshells (something you should do anyway). I found it a bit fiddly to install.
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97 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Lypo Suck on August 3, 2009
Style Name: AT440MLA Dual Moving Magnet Cartridge
After years of hitting my head against the wall in total frustration, I *finally* found the right cartridge for me in Audio Technica's AT440MLa. Let me explain why life was so frustrating, depressing, and difficult before the 440MLa.

All my life, I was vexed by the fact that the inner grooves of most LPs sounded distorted and/or sibilant. Inner grooves of some LPs in my collection distorted so harshly it rendered them unlistenable. I'd track down new or minty copies of said albums, assuming my LPs must be worn or something, but even brand new copies would often have at least a little sonic degradation on those last tracks. Despite being an avid vinyl junkie, the fact that I couldn't find a way to remedy this forced me to wonder if I should concede defeat, admit that maybe vinyl *is* the inferior medium, and start replacing some of my favorite albums with CDs.

Over the past few years, I grew increasingly determined to solve this problem. Affixed to my Denon DP-51f was a Grado Gold, which had a wonderful sound but it couldn't track the inner grooves of an LP if its life depended on it. The Grado's performance could best be described thusly: 1st three tracks sounded positively beautiful, confirming all that is good and glorious about the sound of vinyl; full, rich, detailed, and a smooth, pleasing, lively sound. Fourth track begins to show signs of degradation, maybe some sibilance, a bit of distortion, but usually still listenable. But that last song on the record would often sound terrible; sometimes a heinously distorted, muck-ed up nightmare. Just thinking about it still stresses me out.

I replaced the Grado with a Shure M97xE, which came with recommendations from nearly everybody in the audio world, even some hardcore audiophiles.
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91 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Armando M. Mesa on December 14, 2004
Style Name: AT440MLA Dual Moving Magnet Cartridge
Who says you have to spend an x amount of hundreds even thousands of dollars on a phono cartridge to listen to crisp and detailed vinyl/analog playback ? However, words like crisp and detailed are very meager adjectives to describe the musical sonic characteristics of this cartridge (true, the rest of your component system's own sound characteristics come into play, i.e; receiver,amp,pre-amp,turntable,speakers).If any part of your audio system does not have that "synergy", then you may notice either slight, miniscule shortcomings from the cartridge or system or both.For those with already a warm or neutral sounding system will be dramatically surprised and awestruck. For those who have just the opposite type of system and also may have an eq inline, you may want to adjust your treble settings. The AT 440ML is NOT a neutral or "warm" sounding cartridge---far from it. The upper mids and highs will possibly have your dog running out of the room. It's not bass shy either. Bass is firm but never muddy or boomy. It reproduces the lows and highs very well.There are no punchy mids (though the mids are reproduced admirably but not accurately). Some critics have said this cartridge out of the box and installed properly is reminiscent of having an inline equalizer and it's frequency knob controls in the "v" formation. Stereo channel separation is probably the best these ears have heard over any other stereo cartridge I have had in the past (from the Grado Prestige Series to a couple of high-end Shure cartridges).There is definitely a 3-dimensional sonic imaging characteristic in the AT 440ML (especially noted with acoustic and jazz music). The Audio Technica beats most other hi end named brands to the punch with such wide stereo stage channel separation.Read more ›
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