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MessagePosté le: Mar 19 Jan - 22:10 (2010)    Sujet du message: Pickering XLZ Series - Low Output MM Répondre en citant

maco a écrit:
Johan, Eric

connaissez-vous ce lien http://www.pickeringuk.com/XLZ7500.html ? On y explique que la série XLZ est une MM avec 0,33mV de sortie. Etonnant et sûrement unique selon mes connaissances. Il faut donc la brancher sur une entrée phono MC avec 50-250 Ohm...
Oui il s'agit du lien que je t'ai mis dans le message précédent, c'est Vickers Hi-Fi la société off de Pickering UK! Richard l'avait confirmer dans un autre post sur le même sujet.

Concernant la XLZ il n'y a pas de doute que Richard saura en parler bien mieux que moi!! Il serait même judicieux d'ouvrir un fil sur le sujet et d'attendre qu'il se manifeste!

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MessagePosté le: Mar 19 Jan - 22:22 (2010)    Sujet du message: Pickering XLZ Series - Low Output MM Répondre en citant

Voilà c'est fait, sujet déplacé sous une nouvelle entête ,

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MessagePosté le: Mer 20 Jan - 10:36 (2010)    Sujet du message: Pickering XLZ Series - Low Output MM Répondre en citant

on a plu qu'à attendre Richard !
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MessagePosté le: Mar 26 Jan - 03:37 (2010)    Sujet du message: Pickering XLZ Series - Low Output MM Répondre en citant

I'm not certain what the question is, but I will reply:

It's an outstanding cartridge. It is unique except for the Stanton equivalent, which came a little later.
I believe that Grado made something like this much later, but not really close at all.
I recall that the low-impedance cartridges were offered with three different styli in each brand.
One stylus was a .2 x .7 mil elliptical; the other two were Stereohedrons. At first, they were the original
Stereohedron design; then the styli were upgraded to the Stereohedron II.

The two Stereohedrons are quite similar in practice, so one should not be dissappinted with the first type.
These are undoubtedly the finest cartridges that Stanton ever made. The Stanton version is the 981LZS
(LZ=low impedance). Note that the Stanton 981HZS is identical except for the output voltage and impedance .

As far as I know, the current Stanton company didn't make this body and stopped offering the needles a long time ago.
Whether this cartridge is worth owning depends upon whether you can get an original stylus or not when you
need to replace it. The stylus must be correct.

As I have written before, the fnal group of what I call "real" Stanton/Pickering cartridges are special because styli
should not be freely interchanged within the group. These are the cartridges that have samarium cobalt magnets in
their cantilevers, so I call them the "samarium-cobalt" group. They consist of the Pickering XSV models and the
LZS, and Stanton 881 and 981. This technology is also used by all the Qauadraphonic cartridges in both brands.

Some cartridge sellers have encouraged customers to replace whatever correct stylus they have with whatever other
needles they have in stock that will "work." In fact, even Stanton (not the original company) recommended an improper
replacement. I learned my lesson about this when out of curiosity, I interchanged styli between the Stanton 881S and
the 781LZE: in each case, the tonal balance was way off.

When it comes to aftermarket needles, I doubt that you'll find needles for the LZ models and the 981HZS. And I'm
certain that if I find any, they'll just be styli for other samarium cobalt cartridges with new labels on them. It has been
common in the aftermarket needle business to just make the same needle and say that it is correct for other models.

So, what I'm saying that this is a great cartridge, but to be careful. If you do buy one, you cal always get its stylus
re-tipped by Expert Stylus. Even in this case, it's important to keep the stylus away from cleaning fluids since
some of them will attack the elastomer in the cantilever suspension.
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