Kiseki Blue Goldspot
Stereo Moving-Coil Phono Cartridge
The Kiseki Blue was the first moving coil cartridge made by Mr Fokadu - this was a low output, low-impedance design.
The Kiseki Blue has undergone some improvements and after being called the Blue Silverspot we currently have the Blue Goldspot.
It is difficult to make a good moving coil cartridge; it is very difficult to build a reference cartridge.
Mr Fokadu needs the best materials available and uses the best techniques to build such a reference cartridge.
It is necessary to hand pick parts; he uses his special highly modified winding lathe; special OFC wire is used; special fluid is used on the coil to avoid the influence of room-temperature changes on the coils; the magnet is charged after the yokes are connected to the magnet to get the highest possible power.
This all costs time and a lot of work, but if you listen to the Kiseki Blue Goldspot you will know it was worth all the trouble!
Housing: one piece solid aluminium/magnesium alloy
Cantilever: aluminium with boron overlay
Stylus: 0.3 x 0.7 elliptical diamond
Stylus polish: super polishing by pieces of hair
Output: around 0.4mV
Channel balance: +-0.25db
Channel separation: +-30db
Frequency response: 20 to 50,000 Hz
Vertical tracking angle: 20 degrees
Dynamic compliance: 6 x 10-6cm/dyne
Static compliance: 17 x 10-6cm/dyne
Impedance: 5.3 ohms
DC resistance: 5.3 ohms
Tracking force: 1.6 to 2.2g
Recommended transformer: MCT-1S improved or MCT-2
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