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Music Hall MMF-2.2LE Turntable – Audio Advisor
I am planning to pick up a new (demo model actually) Music Hall MMF this weekend. and he is giving me the option to get it w/out a cartridge or for $35 more, include a Music Hall Magic cart. Equipment Reviews more . I ended up getting the tt with the Music Hall Magic 2 and am happy all around.
Music Hall Magic 2 Cartridge Stylus
Discussion in ' Turntables ' started by mcubba , Jul 14, Log in or Sign up. Messages: Location: Plano, TX. I've only added the acrylic platter - all else is stock. It's coming time to either replace the stylus or change carts. I like the idea of changing things up, the actual process of installing the cart, etc - none of which I've done in years.
The music hall magic 2 moving magnet phono cartridge is specially made by Ortofon. It has a user replaceable fg70 stylus. The Magic 2 is compatible with turntables that accept standard mount cartridges. The Magic 2 cartridge features excellence right out of the box. Made for Music Hall by Ortofon, it offers a naturally refined tonal balance with vivid and graceful detail — music you can listen to for hours and hours.
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Anyone familiar with Stereophile magazine may have already heard the name Roy Hall. He has, after all submitted many review products to them over the years through his Hi-Fi distribution company, Music Hall, which Roy founded back in Tubes and Goldring Cartridges. After taking a good look at the MMF 2. What would you say sets the MMF 2. He only uses superior parts and proven technology.
I would consider the Ortophon Red a much better cartridge. I would give it a try. The Turntable which I used to have , is good enough to justify an even more expensive cartridge if you get the point where you want to upgrade. I went to the Clearaudio Concept V2 on mine, and that was very nice. Thanks for the input.