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Shure WhiteLabel Review

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Overview

An excellent combination of club quality sound and skip resistance. Shure's first concord style catridge sports low record wear and allows adjustment of stylus overhang. The Shure Whitelabel also features reliable contacts for plugging into the tonearm.

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Whitelabel

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is Shure's first concord-style

cartridge

.  Whereas the M44-7 and The M44-G are aimed towards the scratch DJ, the

Shure Whitelabel cartridge

was created with the Club DJ in mind.  The output is both loud and crisp, with solid base and detailed mids and highs. In addition to this, Shure made sure that the Whitelabel had high skip resistance and low record wear.  The Whitelabel also allows you to adjust the stylus overhang, a feature not found on any other concord-style cartridges.  Lastly, the Shure White Label sports Shure's new contact technology which fixes the problem of concord-style cartridges developing poor tonearm connections

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