Stanton Discmaster V3 Spherical DJ Turntable Cartridge
The Stanton Discmaster.V3 is ideal for daily playback - a great all around cartridge for any application, and best of all, it won't leave a hole in your pocket.
The Discmaster.V3 integrated headshell design eliminates the need for mounting the cartridge on a headshell.
New Stanton Cartridges
The new industrial design is not only visually striking, but also serves the higher purpose of improving tracking for better groove holding throughout the entire line. The same Stanton sound quality and low cue burn characteristics have been preserved in order to bring you the best needles ever made!
Stanton Discmaster .V3 Features
- Most affordable integrated headshell cartridge
- High output and bass with minimal cue burn
- New industrial design
- Club DJs
- Record shops
- Beginner DJs
About Stanton Magnetics
Stanton Magnetics, Inc. has its roots in the phonograph cartridge and styli industry as far back as 1946. Since that beginning, Stanton has been at the leading edge of technology and development in that industry. We are the world leaders in supplying quality products to the professional user in the broadcast studio and recording industry as well as the club and professional DJ. Stanton holds more patents, more industry firsts and more quality products than any other manufacturer in the world. Among some of these firsts are:
The first microgroove phono cartridge - 1948.
The first column corner speaker - 1950.
The first audio and power control center - 1951.
The first customer replaceable stylus - 1954.
The first stereo cartridge - 1958.
The first four channel CD-4 cartridge - 1975.
The first low impedance moving magnet cartridge - 1980.
The main product base for Stanton is in this industry. However, utilizing the skills and knowledge of small transducer design and manufacturing, Stanton broadened their product base in the late 1970's into communications and medical electronic products.
Again, Stanton was granted many patents for various new and unique designs of products used in both communications and medical electronic applications. Among those patents are:
A miniature transducer with extended frequency response - 1980.
ADDvox voice projection system - 1989.
Headband mounted bone conduction microphone - 1991.
Neck mounted bone conduction microphone - 1992.
Variable vent headset - 1996.
Vibemaster bone conduction speaker and mounting system - 1997.
Vibemaster audible environment awareness restoring device - Pending.