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Mechanical Impedance at the Stylus and the Design of Stereo Phonograph Cartridges
The definition and measurement of mechanical stylus impedance will be described and examples of measurements presented. These measurements will be related to the performance requirements of a phonograph cartridge and the design factors that must be considered. The conclusion will point out the limitations of -compliance- and -mass- as indicators of the mechanical ability of phonograph cartridges.
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