Empire Scientific phono cartridges (advertisement, Jan. 1977)

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The Best Way To Show You What You'll Get Out Of An Empire Phono Cartridge Show You What Goes Into One.

At Empire we make a complete line of phono cartridges.

Each one has slightly different performance characteristics which allow you to choose the cartridge most compatible to your turntable.

There are, however, certain advantages, provided by Empire's unique design, that apply to all our cartridges.

One is less wear on your records. Unlike other magnetic cartridges, Empire's moving iron design allows the diamond stylus to float free of its magnets and coils, imposing much less weight on your record's surface and insuring longer record life.

Another advantage is the better channel separation you get with Empire cartridges. We use a small, hollow iron armature which allows for a tighter fit in its positioning among the poles. So, even the most minute movement is accurately reproduced to give you the space and depth of the original recording.

Finally, Empire uses 4 coils, 4 poles, and 3 magnets (more than any other cartridge) for better balance and hum rejection.

The end result is great listening.

Audition one for yourself or write for our free brochure, "How To Get The Most Out Of Your Records". After you compare our performance specifications we think you'll agree that, for the money, you can't do better than Empire.

Empire Scientific Corp. Garden City, New York 11530.

"Empire Scientific--Already your system sounds better."

(Source: Audio magazine, Jan. 1977)

Also see: Empire Scientific EDR.9 phono cartridge (Sept. 1979)

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