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

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

Found 25th Sep 2008
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!


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?
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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