Denon has announced a new edition of its original DL-103 phono cartridge, the DL-A110. It features a Moving Coil design, and the same acclaimed, original silver-graphite headshell design[DB1] . The DL-A110 retails for $599 and is expected to be available in November.
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The new Denon DL-A110 phono cartridge is a premium Moving Coil design, meticulously hand-spun in the Denon Audio Works factory in Shirakawa, Japan just as it was in the 1960s when it was first introduced as the DL-103 cartridge. These anniversary edition Denon cartridges represent the longest-running products to wear the Denon badge and maintain the original headshell design initially developed for wideband stereo FM radio broadcast applications.
Weighing only 6 grams, the lightweight DL-A110 silver-graphite headshell ensures the cartridge is held securely and perfectly aligned, producing a balanced, detailed sonic signature with extended low frequency performance ideal for vinyl LP record enthusiasts. The DL-A110 is equipped with a bayonet connector also known as the SME tonearm interface.