Van-Den-Hul The Condor - 1055

Van-Den-Hul The Condor

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Capsula VDH de bobina movil.


Cartridge Type The CONDOR Unit
Available yes yes around or after 1-1-’05 around or after 1-1-’05
Stylus Replacement Available see (*1)
Stylus Shape VDH - IS
Stylus Radii 2 x 85 Micron
Frequency Range 5 - 55.000 Hz
Tracking Force 13.5 - 15
see (*3) mN
Static Compliance 35
see (*3) Micron / mN
Tracking Ability at 15 mN at 315 Hz 70 - 80 Micron
Output Voltage at 1 kHz at 5.7 cm/s eff. 0.25 0.55 0.35 0.45 mV RMS
Channel Unbalance < 0.3 dB
Channel Separation at 1 kHz/10 kHz >36 / >30 dB
Equivalent Stylus Tip Mass 0.32 Milligram
System Weight see (*4) Gram
Vertical Tracking Angle 22 Degrees
Optimum Load Capacitance see (*2) pF
Recommended Load Impedance 500 (> 200) 1000 (500 - 47k) 500 (> 200) 1000 (500 - 47k) Ohm
Recommended Eff. Tone arm Mass see (*3) + (*4) + (*5) Gram
Moving Coil Resistance (per channel) 21 96 36 62 Ohm

(*1): Stylus replacement and other services available on request.
(*2): Non critical.
(*3): Versions optimized for lower or higher tracking forces (allowing very light or
      very heavy arms) can be built on special request.
      These have a higher, respectively lower static compliance.
(*4): P and M type suffix:
      Each of the above mentioned versions of The CONDOR are available with either:
      - A regular carbon-nylon plastic body. Total cartridge weight is 8.75 gram.
       Suitable for arms with an effective tone arm mass of 12 gram to 20 gram.
       The plastic bodied version carries the -P suffix in its name.
      - A metal body. Total cartridge weight is 9.25 gram.
       Suitable for arms with an effective tone arm mass of 12 gram to 20 gram.
       The metal bodied version carries the -M suffix in its name.
(*5): The cartridge has been optimized regarding an EFFECTIVE tone arm mass of 12 - 20 gram.
      Heavier arms CAN produce tracking and resonance problems and arms with an effective mass
      exceeding 24 gram WILL CERTAINLY! Also see (*3).
Related Articles & Papers:
Our PHONO FAQ: A.J. van den Hul has written down his answers to the questions most commonly asked to him during the years. A very comprehensive “question and answer styled” list which treats phono replay, cartridges, turntables and nearly all matters related is the result. Both the novice and experienced record enthusiast will come across many points of interest here. Well worth browsing through...
Stereophile’s DUTCH MASTER interview with cartridge and cable designer A.J. van den Hul, introduces you to A.J. van den Hul’s succesful philosophy in cable and cartridge design. Furthermore many aspects regarding his METAL FREE interconnects and GRASSHOPPER phono cartridges are discussed.
“The DUTCH GAUL”; In this extensive interview with A.J. van den Hul many ideas, backgrounds and aspects regarding the manufacturing, use, rebuilding and repair of PHONO CARTRIDGES are discussed. From Hörerlebnis, issue 30.
Hi-fi News & Record Review’s A VAN DEN HUL PROFILE interview, though dating from 1990, provides excellent background information on van den Hul’s patented LINE-CONTACT PHONO STYLUS, its invention and philosophy. Furthermore, van den Hul’s AUDIO CABLE PHILOSOPHY is discussed in detail.
“HOT TIPS”; This interview, though dating from 1984, provides excellent information regarding A.J. van den Hul’s theories on CARTRIDGE DESIGN and an expansion of his views on the RE-TIPPING of CARTRIDGES. Furthermore, pictures of various stylus tips are shown. From New Hi-Fi Sound, February issue 1984, page 99-101.
“The CANTILEVER TALES”; An appraisal of A.J. van den Hul’s PHONO CARTRIDGE REPAIR / REBUILDING / RETIPPING SERVICE; “If you love analog, you can breath never-before-available life into a good old (or new) classic cartridge”. The August 2000 issue of Greg Weaver’s past “Synergizing” column from SoundStage! online magazine.

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