Shure 1973 Products
Trackability is the measure of a cartridge's total performance.
The secret of high trackability is to enable the stylus tip to follow the hyper complex record groove not only up to but beyond the theoretical cutting limits of today's modern recordings - not only at a select and discrete frequency, but across the entire audible spectrum - at light tracking forces that are below the threshold of audible record wear and excessive stylus tip wear.
Only high trackability cartridges will consistently and effectively track all the grooves in today's recordings at light, record saving pressures; even with cymbals, orchestral bells, and other difficult to track instruments.
They will preserve the fidelity and reduce distortion from all your records, old and new.
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