Gold Note are a well known for their very high end products but here Janine Elliot takes a listen to their €195 and €350 moving magnet cartridges.

Gold Note is well known for their distinctive turntables, particularly the €65,000 Bellagio Conquest Black King featuring a massive 270mm spindle. However, the company are also making phono stages, speakers, amplifiers, a CD player, a DSD streamer, cables and stands. They also make a variety of moving coil and moving magnet cartridges. I loved moving magnets in the 1970’s and my favourite Stanton 681 EE, Decca London Gold, Ortofon VMS20E and Shure V15iv cartridges still play well on my various old turntables….

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