Ortofon Hi-Fi 2M Bronze


Type: 2M Bronze
Price:
$659

Description

  • The 2M Bronze features a Nude Fine Line diamond, which is particularly suited for demanding applications. The slim profile of the Fine Line stylus will track even the highest frequency information, making it a must for discerning listeners. Additionally, its larger footprint ensures reduced distortion and record wear.
  • The cartridge body is manufactured from Hopelex, an environment-friendly material which ensures high rigidity while eliminating unwanted resonances.
  • The 2M Bronze uses a special upgraded engine, featuring split pole pins with a silver plated copper wire. 

We have optimized the design for ease of mounting the cartridge, and the weight and size to fit the most common turntables on the market today. 

The 2M Series provides excellent compatibility when used in an assortment of playback systems and with a wide variety of phono preamps.

  • Output voltage at 1000 Hz, 5cm/sec.  -  5 mV
  • Channel balance at 1 kHz  -  1 dB
  • Channel separation at 1 kHz  -  26 dB
  • Channel separation at 15 kHz  -  15 dB
  • Frequency response  -  20-20.000 + 2 / - 0 dB
  • Tracking ability at 315Hz at recommended tracking force  -  80 µm
  • Compliance, dynamic, lateral  -  22 µm/mN
  • Stylus type  -  Nude Fine Line
  • Stylus tip radius  -   r/R 8/40 µm
  • Tracking force range  -  1.4-1.7 g (14-17 mN)
  • Tracking force, recommended  -  1.5 g (15 mN)
  • Tracking angle  -  20°
  • Internal impedance, DC resistance  -  1.2 kOhm
  • Internal inductance  -  630 mH
  • Recommended load resistance  - 47 kOhm
  • Recommended load capacitance  -  150-300 pF
  • Cartridge colour, body/stylus  -  Black/Bronze
  • Cartridge weight  -   7.2 g

The Audio Beat, August 2016 Exploring Ortofon's 2M Lineup by Marc Mickelson

"...The 2M line has become a de facto reference for moving-magnet cartridges...it is due to both the sound quality of the various 2M models as well as the wide price range across the line... The differences among the four stereo 2M models occur in three primary areas: stylus profile, body material, and engine ... ... The 2M Black is "open, fast, detailed, vivid, full of vitality and sonically spectacular." It is a true high-resolution transducer that consequently puts great demands on the downstream electronics and speakers... ...On the other end, the 2M Red is far more forgiving than the 2M Black, but also less involving, at least in the context of my system (the turntable is a Technics SP-15 with an Audio-Technica ATP-12T tonearm, both in a Technics SH-15B2 base - red.)... ...with the 2M Blue ...you get the audiophile treatment: a full-range, highly resolving presentation that sounds neither stiff nor unforgiving. In fact, the 2M Blue's balance, both tonally and in terms of overall resolution, may be its greatest feat. It's an easy cartridge to listen to, and even novice listeners... ...While the 2M Black sounds more immediately impressive, the 2M Bronze is the more satisfying over the long haul, halving the difference between the Black's speed and resolution and the Blue's balance. In fact... it is a mixture of all of these sonic virtues. It's fast, but not ostentatiously so; it turns information into music, and it does this because it is better balanced, neither leaning in one sonic direction or another. I would say that it represents not just the 2M line's sweet spot but also its musical core. ..."

In the beginning was the sound track

On the 9th of October 1918, the two Danish engineers, Axel Petersen (1887-1971) and Arnold Poulsen (1889-1952) founded the Electrical Phono Film Company with a few capable and foresighted businessmen who would support the organization financially.

Their aim was to explore the possibility of high-class recording and developing one of the first synchronized sound film systems in the world. Under primitive conditions, the two Danish engineers and their small staff had to solve a number of what were considered insuperable problems.

Ortofon today

Today Ortofon is a micro-mechanical powerhouse, which develops, manufactures and markets the world acclaimed Ortofon phono cartridges and components for the Hearing Aids industry. We benefit from being established in Denmark, a country recognized for its strong tradition in acoustics and its wealth of other high-end manufacturers, who make hearing aids and acoustic measurement equipment, in addition to all aspects of high-end audio.

Ortofon is owned by Danish businessmen and employs a staff of about 150 people. The Ortofon manufacturing unit in Nakskov in the south of Denmark has modern machinery combined with experienced operators, so human craftsmanship is delivered with uniform industrial quality.


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