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Snoop2257's review

By Snoop2257, 27/11/2009
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For how long have you been using it?



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What thing do you like most/least about it?


Exceptional output power. Wear vinyl minimal. It is a very homogeneous cell for all types of music. Sound quality and dynamics really impressive.
The color orange is particularly ...

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Did you try many other models before getting this one?


CC pro, CC elektro, Shure M97xE. With this cell I have the sound quality and dynamism M97xE concord elektro. In short it is at the top for my listening (electro rock).
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What is your opinion about the value for the price?


A little too expensive. But the sound quality is there. (136 € Nuloop on the box)
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Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...


Without hesitation. I do not scratch or mix. I'm looking just a very good sound quality sound very dynamic and robust cell. And I'm not about to change equipment.

dreamunivers's review

By dreamunivers, 28/04/2008
-> How long have you use it?

2 weeks

-> What is so special that you like most and least?

Quality and powerful sound very good but the diamonds being elliptical are more sensitive to scratches and micro scratches on a vinyl I found! I had a lot of problems to "jump" of the cell (even with a good set) when passed through a micro scratch for example ... So I went back on the ball diamonds and the night club or "jump", the spherical diamond that I have not jump ... It is very curious.

If not set by a ca (I'm probably the only one to have the prob) RAS.

-> Have you tried many other models before buying it?

the Ortofon "DJ E" and "Elektro" (diamond spherical)

-> How would you rate the quality / price?

Too expensive when there are cells of the same brand and cheaper which I find almost as well (eg Ortofon Dj)

-> With experience, you do again this choice? ...

I really know nothing, because the only thing that really is the high sensitivity ennervée scratch on a vinyl ... I would probably choose the same, I can be dropped on a bad run! (Shame for this price)

animix63's review

By animix63, 10/10/2007
I possde CC NIGHT CLUB E MK2 since October 29, 2007 I am so I gneraliste dj mixes as well as the cover of the soul or techno well almost everything!

I was in my Possession of the M44-7 Shure, the DJs ORTOFON CC, the CC ORTOFON NIGHT CLUB S and ELECTRO ORTOFON CC, I think the DC NIGHT CLUB E MK2 is even more powerful than any j 'I knew, with:

-A higher level of output that gives me a standard gain!
Trs trs-low distortion gain to the Max!
Its a super-clean all frquences pushed a little less in the low frequencies that soon the sound of cardboard as his sister CC ELECTRO!
-A better and unique place in the groove with a rglage against the weight to give manufacturers 3g unlike other models named prcdament or you must add at least 0.5 g compared to give manufacturers to have a good performance in the groove!
-About the scratch I'm not a great practitioner but is not too bad dfend

In addition, I have found its way APRS low wear vinyl!

Then the default? I have not found yet the price is standard, too! Minimum cell 139 only!

APRS be ordered online at one gossips up rception the package is probably one of my jet fear of being compared to the price but aprsrception opening and fitting the product I can say the issue "with the exprience, you do again this choice?" a big YES I do it again!!

For info:
-Output voltage: 8 mV
-1KHz Channel Balance: 1.5 dB
Sparation 1KHz-channels: 23 dB
Sparation-channel 15 kHz: 15 dB
Rponse frquence-in: 20-20.000 Hz + / - 1.5 dB
Rponse frquence-in-3dB: 20-22000 Hz
-Readability: 80 m
, Dynamic compliance. : 7 m / mN
Diamond-Type: Elliptical
-Edge radius r / R 13/25 m
Range-bearing forces: 2.0 to 5.0 g (20-50 mN)
Support-Force recommend: 3.0 g (30 mN)
Angle-Support: 20
-Resistors 1000 Ohm
-Inductance: 580 mH
-Impdance: 47 kOhm
-Capacity: 200-600 pF
-Weight: 18.5 g

A good mix all ...
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Ortofon CC NIGHT CLUB E MKII tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Ortofon
  • Category:Phono Cartridges
  • Added in our database on: 11/18/2007

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