Sonus -- High Definition Phono Cartridges (advertisement, Oct. 1977)

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If you've invested $500 or even $5000 in your high fidelity system, read on. Because, what we have to say can have a lot to do with the quality of sound you're hearing.

Unfortunately, one of the most overlooked components in a fine sound system is the cartridge. And all too often, it can be the one place where you skimped on quality. (Out of sight, out of mind, as they say). We sincerely believe that an investment in a Sonus cartridge will truly surprise you with the way it improves the quality of your record reproduction. The analytical quality of the Sonus brings out the inner voices of complex musical passages clearly and cleanly. Listening fatigue disappears.

And a Sonus introduces no extraneous coloration of its own.

But what we're talking about is said even better by Sonus owners. "Excellent clarity," "more fulfilling sound," "open, airy 3-D sound," "superb depth and definition," "clean, accurate and transparent noun," are typical of thousands of enthusiastic comments we have received from owners of Sonus cartridges.

Make sure your cartridge matches up to the rest of your system. Write us for further information and the name of the Sonus dealer nearest you.

Manufactured in the U.S.A. by: SONIC RESEARCH, INC., 27 Sugar Hollow Rd., Danbury, Conn. 06810, USA.

Sonus -- High Definition Phono Cartridges

(Source: Audio magazine, Oct. 1977)

Also see: Sonus Series II Phono Cartridges (Nov. 1978)

Sonus Blue Label phono cartridge (Dec. 1976)

SONUS Blue Label Phono Cartridge (Equip. Profile, April 1977)

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