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Moving-magnet Kandid Kandid is our best moving coil MC cartridge yet, designed to extract as much musical detail from your vinyl records as possible. With no cartridge housing potential sources of resonance are removed, resulting in purer, cleaner sound, making all your vinyl sound better than ever. As well as allowing the counterweight to be moved closer to the bearing point which gives a quicker reaction to changes in the vinyl, using a plastic screw eliminates any magnetic interference to the delicate coils in the cartridge.

Kandid uses the finest nude diamond Line Contact stylus and benefits from a ceramic boron cantilever for ultra low mass and extremely high rigidity. The suspension mechanism supports hand-wound coils secured in a high-precision rigid assembly, terminated with gold contacts on flying leads for superb signal transmission.

The coils in the Kandid also feature an extra winding to increase output. It is constructed around a machined-from-solid, aluminium alloy body for complete rigidity and includes our unique triple-point mounting system to ensure a more rigid and accurate coupling.

Krystal features a similar approach to minimising mass as Kandid, using a nude design to give the cartridge less inertia so it can react more quickly to the changes in the groove. It also uses the triple-point mounting system for a solid connection to the tonearm headshell, while the aircraft grade aluminium chassis provides a lightweight, stiff and stable platform for the generator. Even the adhesive used on Krystal was painstakingly selected to provide the most rigid bond possible to avoid any dampening effects.

Moving coil MC Precision machined aluminium body Triple-point mounting system Nude diamond stylus Adikt Designed to retrieve an incredible level of musical detail from the groove of a record, Adikt uses an efficient and affordable moving magnet MM configuration. This makes it an ideal starting point for any quality vinyl playback system and its performance is more than a match for many expensive moving coil MC designs.

The Adikt cartridge features a rigid body and Gyger II replaceable stylus, both of which help to achieve a finely detailed and dynamic sound. Adikt is fitted as standard to the Majik LP Moving magnet MM.


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Christopher Breunig has found the WTA to sound stunningly natural on the Linn, but it has insufficient low-frequency extension, in my opinion. The Breuer is unobtainable. Using the Rega on the Linn is for masochists and set-up fetishists only. That leaves none of the most neutral tonearms. So how about the Ittok?



Precision bearings, accurate static tracking and precision-spring bias adjustment protect your cherished vinyl recordings and maximise your enjoyment of the music. A strong die-cast headshell is bonded to the main arm tube using advanced adhesives and together they provide a stable platform for supporting a wide range of cartridges. A static-balanced design featuring a one-point cross bearing arrangement, the CNC turned aluminium and brass construction creates a precise and rigid tonearm. Bias force is provided by a calibrated spring mechanism, allowing adjustment for a range of values. Static-balanced tonearm design CNC turned aluminium and brass construction, black anodised finish Bias force provided by calibrated spring mechanism Die-cast headshell with 2 slot design Get the latest from Linn, direct to your inbox Subscribe to find out about new Linn products, music, offers and exclusive events in your area. Now let us tailor your news. Be the first to know about Linn events in your area and special local offers.

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