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Old 12-26-2013, 06:44 PM
vinyl_junkie vinyl_junkie is offline
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The Grado's back cue just fine, one of the best I've had to be honest.

There isn't any wobble at all, I was really amazed with them. The only thing that bothered me about them was the induced hum.

Some people also aren't that keen on the "soft" sound of them so change the resistive loading. I've been told to try anything up to 100k with the Prestige line too add more bite.

I gave mine away to a friend, same with the Shure's.. I started with Stanton and will end with Stanton, bit biased there hahah :-D

I can't remember how the 680/681 differed but the moving magnet 881 used a piece of tie wire as the suspension and is a rather complex little thing that required a hell of a lot of skill to put together
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