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It is, nonetheless, a very important parameter to get the best from any cartridge.
I prefer it over the DL-160 but it costs about twice as much and requires a phono stage capable of dealing with the very low output signal from this MC cartridge.
I love the sound, it's warm, detailed, the mids are perfect, bass very well controlled and no harshing on the higs.
I own many cartridges; my main one (another Denon, a DL-103R) is in the shop for a retip. In the meantime, I decided to pick up the 110 (I have a couple of DL-160s but they are... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Biff Malibu
First of all, the cartridge pictured is not the DL-110 but the DL-160 which is not carried anymore by Denon. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Rocha
I've used DL-160 cartridges with my Denon DP-59L turntable for 20+ years and it is highly recommended. Read morePublished on March 26, 2010 by Yoav Kashiv
This Denon is better sounding than the much more expensive Shure V15 MrX 5 or whatever the last model was when they discontinued it. This is less edgey than a Sumiko HO MC. Read morePublished on January 2, 2010 by Carl E
I bought this to replace another DL-160 that I bought sometime in the 1990s. If you have vinyl and a turntable, you won't go wrong with this cartridge.Published on June 25, 2009 by Bill Seward