You will receive a top quality turntable headshell that is ready to plug into most S-shaped or straight tonearms. You can be up and spinning in moments. If you have an empty round socket at the end of your tonearm this headshell will fit. It will just plug right into the round tonearm socket as you rotate the locking collar. Size : 8 mm diameter x 12 mm length Plated 4-pin contacts Four colour-coded OFC (oxygen free copper) soft leadwire with gold plated terminal Every terminal inside a color sleeve
This is a Philmore Phono Pre-Amplifier model PHIPRE600. This stereo/phono pre-amplifier will allow you to replace a crystal or ceramic stereo cartridge with a better quality magnetic stereo cartridge while using the original stereo amplifier supplied with your turntable. The use of this pre-amplifier in conjunction with a magnetic cartridge will give you CD quality sound out of your vintage turntable. This pre-amplifier will allow you to take phono signals to line-level. Use this to amplify and interface with mixers, main or monitor systems, audio workstations or sound cards. Uses standard RCA-RCA dual phono cables (not included) with easy in/out plug-ins and works with all magnetic cartridges. This pre-amplifier allows the use of turntables on newer equipment not having a discrete “Phono” input. With this device you can plug into newer equipment using their AUX, DVD, TAPE or CD line level inputs. Features: Convert Phono signal to line level Works with turntables using a magnetic cartridge Good for transferring your old LPs to digital media storage Frequency response: 30-20K Impedance: 50K Ohms Gain: 50X (in+5V out) Max Output: 1.8V Max input: 30mV S/N Ratio: Over 60dB Power requirements 117VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.1 Watt
You will receive a premium quality silver aluminum headshell fits any S-Shaped or J-Shaped tone-arms. It will fit many brands including Pioneer, Yamaha, Marantz, Technics, Panasonic, Sony, etc, and comes with new wires also. Bayonet style, 1/2″ mount cartridges. The four pins seen on the end make contact with the lead wires seen inside the tonearm.