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WITHDRAWN: Lyra Delos mc phono cartridge

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Item Condition: 10/10
Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Rye
State: VIC
Payment Method: Cash, Eft etc
Reason for selling: Change of direction

Further Information: 

lyra Delos

2 months old

20 lp use 10hrs

rrp $3145

in as new condition, I have left it set up on my lp12 to demo, happy to remove and send

Sad to let go, I have totally enjoyed it.

pick up and view in Rye vic



Specifications for LYRA DELOS:

Designer : Jonathan Carr

Builder : Yoshinori Mishima (final build, testing), Akiko Ishiyama (primary build)

Type : Medium weight, medium compliance, low-impedance moving coil cartridge

Stylus: Namiki microridge line-contact nude diamond stylus (2.5um x 75um), surface-mounted

Cantilever system: Solid boron rod with short one-point wire suspension, directly mounted into cartridge body

Coils: 3-layer deep, 6N high-purity copper, square-shaped high-purity iron former, 6.3ohm self-impedance, 9.5uH inductance

Output voltage: 0.6mV@5cm/sec., zero to peak, 45 degrees (CBS test record, other test records may alter results)

Frequency range: 10Hz ~ 50kHz

Channel separation: 30dB or better at 1kHz

Compliance: Approx. 12 x 10-6cm/dyne at 100Hz

Vertical tracking angle: 20 degrees

Cartridge body: One-piece machining from solid 6063 aluminum billet, partially non-parallel shaping, body threaded directly for mounting screws

Cartridge mounting screws: 2.6mm 0.45 pitch JIS standard

Distance from mounting holes to stylus tip: 9.5mm

Cartridge weight (without stylus cover): 7.3g

Recommended tracking force: 1.7g ~ 1.8g (1.75g preferred)

Recommended load directly into MC phono input: 97.6ohm ~ 806ohm (determine by listening, or follow detailed guidelines in user manual)

Recommended load via step-up transformer: 5 ~15ohm (step-up transformer's output must be connected to 10kohm ~ 47kohm MM-level RIAA input, preferably via short, low-capacitance cable)

Recommended tonearms: High-quality pivoted or linear (tangential) tonearms with rigid bearing(s), adjustable anti-skating force, preferably VTA adjustment










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