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Model M78S User Guide
1. Carefully remove the stylus from the cartridge ï. 2. Connect the wires from the headshell to the pins on the cartridge ï. Use the following table for the correct connections. Note: To prevent âground loopsâ and hum, do not make common (ground) connections at these terminals. 3. Mount cartridge in the headshell and replace stylus (ï and ï). Do not force. Note: screws can be threaded up from the bottom to provide maximum record clearance. 4. Make the following ï¬nal adjustments. Consult your turntable instructions. Cartridge Overhang: If adjustable. Anti-Skate: If this adjustment is not speciï¬ed in your turntable instructions, use the same setting as for tracking force. Tonearm Height: If adjustable.
MONO -- 2 WIRE CONNECTION R or L âHOTâ RG or LG GROUND STEREO -- 4 WIRE CONNECTION RED R RIGHT âHOTâ GREEN RG RIGHT GROUND WHITE L LEFT âHOTâ BLUE LG LEFT GROUND
ACE BALL S X2
For optimum vertical tracking angle, the cartridge should be mounted so the top of the mounting block is parallel to the record playing surface. For stereophonic playback on stereo systems, remove the jumper wires connecting the cartridge output pins.
This cartridge has 12.7 mm (standard 1/2 in.) mounting centers. Hardware is supplied with each cartridge for mounting purposes. In some tonearms and plug-in shells, the cartridge is recessed so that the stylus cannot be conveniently replaced. For these applications, spacers are provided to ensure adequate clearance for stylus removal.
1. Make certain cartridge is correctly mounted in tonearm and stylus is properly inserted in cartridge. 2. Protect stylus with stylus guard when dusting turntable. 3. Regulate tonearm set-down to prevent stylus from striking edge of turntable or record. 4. Do not handle tonearm while record is being played. Use cueing device if available. 5. If manual set-down is necessary, release arm as soon as stylus engages groove. 6. Do not activate arm without record(s) on turntable. 7. Do not use damaged records. 8. Check tracking force and anti-skate adjustments periodically. The Shure SFG-2 Tracking Force Gauge, available through your Shure dealer, provides a simple way to accurately set tracking force.
Use the supplied brush to clean the stylus and dynamic stabilizer. Brush only from back to front, as shown ï. Do not use liquids on the stabilizer brush. Use alcohol or an alcohol-distilled water solution to clean the stylus. Commercial cleaning solutions may damage the stylus.
Cartridge Replacement Stylus Stylus Grip Color Mono Output (1 kHz at 5 cm/sec peak recorded velocity) 4.0 mV Stylus Tip:
RecommendedTracking Force (in grams) min. max. 1.5 g 3g
M78S Features: â¢
Cutaway grip for visibility of irradiant orange colored tip Wide-diameter, high-strength stylus assembly
Polished, natural diamond Spherical 64 Âµ (0.0025 in.) radius
Cartridge height: 15.6 mm
Net weight: 6.2 grams
Optimum Load: 47 kilohms, 200 - 300 picofarads/channel, including tone arm and ampliï¬er input capacitance DC Resistance: 975 ohms Inductance: 425 millihenries Certiï¬cation: Conforms to European Union directives, eligible to bear CE marking; meets European Union EMC Immunity Requirements: EN 50 082-1, 1992
FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
Shure Incorporated (âShureâ), 5800 West Touhy Ave., Niles, Illinois 60714-4608, warrants to the owner of this product that it will be free, in normal use, of any defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year from date of purchase. You should retain proof of date of purchase. Shure is not liable for any incidental, special, or consequential damages. If this Shure product has any defects as described during the warranty period, call 1-800-516-2525 in the United States for details on repair. Outside the United States, return the product to you dealer or Authorized Service Center for repair. The product will be repaired, replaced, or exchanged and returned to you promptly. This warranty does not cover abuse or misuse of the product, use contrary to Shureâs instruction, ordinary wear and tear, an act of God, or unauthorized repair. Some States do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you speciï¬c legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. This warranty does not include stylus wear.
PATENT NOTICE: Manufactured under one or more of the following U.S. Patents: 4,275,888; 4,441,177; 4,473,897; 4,489,442.
Â©2005, Shure Incorporated 27B3038 (Rev. 3)
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