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Concorde MKII Scratch Twin Facts
- 2x Ortofon Concorde MKII Scratch system
- Very high output voltage & stability
- Excellent directional stability
- Suitable for complex scratching & backcueing
- Output voltage: 10 mV
- frequency range: 20 – 20.000 Hz
- tracking force: 4 g
- Stylus Type: Spherical
The Ortofon Concorde MKII Scratch is a DJ cartridge system perfectly suited for complex scratching and backcueing. The needle has a spherical grinding and offers excellent directional stability. Furthermore, the Ortofon Concorde MKII Scratch System has a very high output voltage of 10mV and is predestined for scratching in the low frequency ranges.
- Spherical cut
- Tracking force: 3 g
- Output voltage: 6 mV
- Frequency range: 20 – 20,000 Hz
- Suitable for scratching and back-cueing
- Highly durable
- High output volume
- Tracking stability
- Without spare needle
- Set consisting of 2 pieces
- Case included
The Ortofon Concorde MK2 Mix is a DJ pickup system suitable for all music styles. The needle has a spherical cut with balanced sound quality, high output volume and directional stability and enables solid performance with long durability. Scratching and backcueing is also no problem with the Ortofon Concorde MK2 Mix.
With the Ortofon Concorde MKII Club you get a DJ pickup system which is ideally suited for use in clubs or studios. The needle has a special elliptical cut, which allows a more extensive scanning of the record and thus ensures a higher quality sound reproduction than a spherical needle. Apart from this, the high output voltage ensures loud sound reproduction with low pre-amplification and consequently a reduction of possible feedback in live environments. The Ortofon Concorde MKII Club system can also be used for digitisation, as every detail of the sound carrier is recorded due to the extremely high and neutral sound reproduction.
Concorde MKII Club Twin Facts
- 2x Ortofon Concorde MKII Club system
- Excellent sound quality
- Very high output voltage
- Extensive scanning of the sound carrier
- High quality sound reproduction
- Suitable for clubs and studios
- Output voltage: 8 mV
- frequency range: 20 – 20.000 Hz
- tracking force: 3 g
- Stylus Type: Special elliptical
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