Question about Gli Pro SL-2500 Turntable
I keep hearing you need a proper stylus for a specific turntable or cartridge. I am new at this and learning and was wondering if anyone can help with finding the proper stylus/needle for my record player.
The proper stylus is the best you can afford. However the cartridge itself will only take certain types. To find which simply enter the cartridge make and model number into Google and see what comes up.
Actually most hi-fi buffs say it's the cartridge and stylus combined that gives the best sound, since many cartridges fit only one stylus it's often the cartridge that is the real choice. Most turntables will take a wide range of cartridges, so you pay your money and take your pick.
Posted on Apr 07, 2014
You need to dismount the cartridge, and find the make and model number printed on that. The manufacture may have used several different cartridges to control the manufacturing cost "what I mean is to purchase cheaper cartridges". You do need to know the correct make and model number from the cartridge, not the turntable.
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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