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Audio Technica ATF7

Dual Moving-Coil Phono Cartridge

Audio Technica ATF7


The AT-F7 is based on the AT-F3 but with a nude elliptical stylus and an aluminum pipe cantilever.

It uses stainless suspension wire, which serves an important role as a fulcrum point for audio signal transfer. This stainless wire is used for higher quality MC type cartridges. This stabilizes the fulcrum position and enables auditory lateralization to provide excellent expression of the high frequency range.

This model, with its high quality sound comparable to the more expensive model provides outstanding value for performance, which pleases those who appreciate the sound quality of analogue records.


Type: moving coil

Frequency response: 15 to 50,000Hz

Output voltage: 0.35mV

Channel separation: 27dB

Channel balance: 1.5dB

Tracking force: 2g (1.8 to 2.2g)

Load impedance: minimum 100 ohms

Compliance: 9 x 10-6 cm/dyne (100Hz)

Stylus: 0.2 x 1.7 mil nude elliptical stylus

Dimensions: 17.3 x 16.8 x 25.4mm

Weight: 5.0g


flyer  Francais - themisto462

instruction/owners manual  English - yojimbo

instruction/owners manual  Nihongo - themisto462

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