Eminent is revised to internal impedance = 1 Ω · output voltage = 0.4 mV (Eminent: 1.8 Ω / 0.5 mV).
This is intended to reduce the internal resistance by increasing the cross-sectional area of the conductor by reducing the number of windings of the coil and to reduce the internal loss and improve the phase characteristics.
In other words, it is an indispensable item of AC theory in a signal source that minimizing internal distortion and phase distortion by minimizing internal loss as much as possible as a “generator” that obtains high quality signals is.
However, reducing the internal resistance in a limited structure for cartridges means lowering the output energy, which is now easy to amplify in the subsequent stage (amplifier, transformer, etc) It is essential to get “dynamic range” with “signal source” essentially.
From this point of view, My Sonic Lab promotes “low impedance and high energy output”.
|Type||: Low impedance MC phono cartridge
: Eminent – Stereo
: Eminent Solo – Mono
|Output Voltage||: 0.4mV @ 1kHz|
|Internal Impedance||: 1.20Ω (DCR)|
|Frequency response||: 10Hz – 50kHz|
|Stylus Force||: 1.9 – 2.2g|
: SemiLine Contact (3µm x 30µm)