This is the absolute entry-level model in Audio-Technica's new VM range. No excessive high frequencies, everything plays … It replaces the long-running AT95 series that also appeared as the freebie cartridge … Audio Technica AT-33 ML OCC. All the carts in this series feature … Review: Audio Technica VM95 Cartridge EN, ML & SH Compared February 26, 2020 April 28, 2020 AudioHead 0 Comments Audio-Technica , Schiit Audio , Sol As part of our monthly gear shootouts at Schiit Audio’s retail location in downtown Newhall, we were presented with a very interesting comparison between three step-up turntable cartridges … Just align the cartridge … Unique at this price point (and even among higher-priced cartridges, actually), Audio-Technica has opted for threaded inserts in their AT-VM95 cartridge, meaning you don't have to fiddle with teeny tiny nuts when installing. Or maybe spend less on phono cartridges and donate extra to charity, in which case, bless their hearts. Through a 1/10 transformer to the standard phono input of 47 kOhm. Excellent cartridge for lightweight tonearms. The Audio-Technica VM760SLC is a moving magnet type phono cartridge and is the most expensive of the three models found in AT’s 700 series line of cartridges. Priced £400, the OC9 quickly became one of the go-to options for anyone wanting a talented premium moving coil cartridge… Audio-Technica’s original AT-OC9 was introduced back in 1987.