Re: Shure M95, M91, M75, RXT6 which would you pick
Posted: 06 Sep 2019 22:48
Hmmm, well I'll stay with the M95 for now. To share styluses between the 75 and the rest, they need to be trimmed down. That's probably the main reason for not choosing it.goatbreath wrote: ↑06 Sep 2019 21:43I'm the weird one here,I prefer the M75 to the V15 III..
The M75 and 91 are the same generator though..
If the 91 offers more choice of styli,I can see the advantages..
I use the M75 with 2 different aftermarket Styli,same as te Tonar ones..
M75 ED type 2 which basically tracks a bit over 1.5 grams,,1.7 and has a bonded 3x7 stylus..
M75 B / 6 s I track at 2.7 grams and it has a point 6 conical stylus..
I love the M75 B it may not be the most detailed,but it is moreish like tasty comfort food..
Great for older LPs etc..It is probably like Rose Coloured Glasses..
I can listen for hours with it,enjoy the music,but do other stuff too..
It s just really enjoyable,,for me with classical and Jazz too..
The 75 ED,is more detailed and dynamic,the dynamics can be a bit too much with classical..
Maybe more accurate,but less enjoyable for me being slammed over the head all the time..
Why I can find some classical CD's overbearing too,I don't want to slam the neighbours over the head either..
The 75 ED is really good with rock,you can ear drums and the bassline great..
Things sound propulsive and percussive,it catches all the micro dynamics,the smaller stuff..
It is definitely less laid back the the M75 B though..
Running the M75 ED in my low mass Hadcock GH220 is magical..
It is quite good on my Technics SL1500 C with ADC headshell..
It may be that the Tonar styli have exactly the same suspension for the M95 too..