Ortofon 2M Blue Replacement Stylus

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Ortofon Hi-Fi 2M Blue Replacement Stylus

    Product Description:

    Physically 2M styli will fit on alternative 2M cartridges bodies, but 2M Series cartridges’ engines, coils and magnets configurations are not quite identical: Red and Blue are identical, so are the Bronze and Black and so are the true mono variants 2M Mono and 2M 78. 

    2M Silver phono cartridge is an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) model that takes most of the characteristics of the 2M Red. 2M Silver's special feature is silver plated copper coils, the same coil wire material as in the 2M Bronze and Black models, with a reduced number of windings.

    Product Features:

    2M series styli are interchangeable within the below combinations: 
    - 2M Red, 2M Blue and 2M Silver
    - 2M Bronze and 2M Black
    - 2M Mono and 2M 78

    Special for 2M Red, 2M Blue and 2M Silver phono cartridges:
    - 2M Silver will be an upgrade compared to 2M Red due to a special suspension and silver plated copper wire material.
    - 2M Blue is an upgrade compared to both 2M Red and 2M Silver thanks to Nude Elliptical diamond which retrieves information from the groove with a higher accuracy.

    Key Details:

    • Series: 2M
    • Type: Moving Magnet

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    The 2M Blue is a capable and reasonably even-handed cartridge. It’s a steady hand that gets on with the tracking so that you can enjoy the music.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    John B.
    Ortofon 2M Blue Replacement Stylus

    20 % better than old stylus

    Ortofon 2M Blue stylus

    Purchased from LENC in pre-Black Friday sale. Very promptly shipped and delivered. A great upgrade to my 2M Red. Improvement in bass particularly noticeable but mids and highs also benefit. LENC have always been very helpful and I have found their advice to be genuine and accurate.

    Garry A.
    Worth the money.

    The blue stylus sounded really good. Playing a couple of records from the 70s, you could hear the more clarity from different parts of the recordings.


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