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Shure Whitelabel DJ Cartridges and Styli £57.00 each or £112 for a pair delivered @ DJstore.co.uk
Shure Whitelabel DJ Cartridges and Styli £57.00 each or £112 for a pair delivered @ DJstore.co.uk

Shure Whitelabel DJ Cartridges and Styli £57.00 each or £112 for a pair delivered @ DJstore.co.uk

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I know this still seems expensive and may be a bit of a niche market - but if you're after these excellent bits of kit then this is the cheapest price that I have seen them by a good £10 each. I remember when they first came out they were more like £160-180 for a pair, so seems to be a good deal to me.
I ordered a pair yesterday and have them today, free next day delivery (when order is over £50 - next day not guaranteed).

Unlike some of the expensive/high performance cartridges, the replacement sytli for these are only £20-25 each so shouldn't cost too much to keep them running once you're paid up initially!

Description:

Integrated head shell and cartridge
Designed for todays DJs
Recommended for club use
Low weight required for record holding
Low record wear

Introducing the Shure Whitelabel cartridge, a truly revolutionary piece of DJ technology. Tailored for the club environment, Whitelabel features sonic characteristics including solid drop bass, flat mids, and accented highs. With a sleek and ergonomic design, the cartridge additionally delivers higher trackability, lower tone-arm resonance, and better skip resistance. It also includes an adjustable stylus overhang, reliable electrical contact, and improved stylus visibility.

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Wow, this is a great price. Hot hot hot.

Btw what is it?

How are they? I'm using trusty M44's @ the mo how do the white labels compare?

Original Poster

I have actually been using the ones that came standard with my decks, just didn't get round to getting new carts until one of the needles broke. Obviously there's a big improvement from them, as they were pretty standard (Audio Technica or something similar).
So far they seem excellent. There is minimal skipping and background noise, volume is good too. I also particularly like that fact that you can see exactly where you're placing the needle because of the design.
I don't really scratch much so can't comment on them in that department, but I don't think these are designed particularly with scratching in mind anyway?
I think they look pretty cool too. Overall very happy with them.
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