Shure M44-7

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Overview:  

The king of scratch cartridges. The Shure M44-7 ‘s high price tag is worth it for its great performance. If set up porperly and broken in, these cartridges almost never skip. The Shure M44-7 also boasts a low tracking force, which translates into minimum record wear. Higly recommended for skratch DJs.



Staff Review

The Shure M44-7 cartridge is reguarded by many as the most pure scratch cartridge out there.  You'll pay a pretty penny for it, but its worth every cent.  When set correctly and broken in, these babys won't skip.  The M44-7's tracking force is very low, meaning they will put less wear on your records.  Its output is extremely loud with a powerful base-heavy sound. DJbooth.net recommends the Shure M44-7 scratch cartridge to any serious scratch DJ.

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Features & Specs



  • Combining Shure's unique wide-diameter Type S cantilever with a tracking force of 1.5 to 3.0 grams, the M44-7's rugged construction is highly durable, but will not unduly wear your vinyl.
  • With a 9.5 mV output, the highest on the market, the M44-7 produces very powerful, resonant sound.




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