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HANA ML
Deluxe Series



La gestation a été longue pour réitérer l'exploit de la SL mais les 50 années d'expertise d'Excel Sound surpassent les attentes.

Hana ML

Cellule MC,
corps en Delrin propriétaire anti résonnant,
diamant Nude Micro Line,
aimants Alnico,
composants cryogénisés,
bobines mobiles en cuivre ultra pur.

Stylus: Nude Microline tip
Cantilever: Aluminium
Magnet: Alnico
Magnetic circuitry: Pure Iron/Cryo treatment
Coil wire: High Purity Copper
Cartridge Housing/Base: POM (Delrin©) /Brass
Output level: 0.4mv/1KHz
Output balance: <1dB/1KHz
Vertical Tracking force: 2gr
Trackability: 70µ/2gr
Compliance: 10 x 10-6 cm/dyne
Channel separation: 30dB/1KHz
Frequency response: 12-45,000Hz
Impedance: 8Ohms/1KHz
Suggested lord Impedance: > 100 Ohms
Cartridge weight: 9.5gr
Body Color: Black




Prix : 1090 €

Built entirely in Japan by master craftsmen, Hana moving coil phono cartridges are manufactured by legendary Japanese hi-fi company Excel Sound Corporation who have been making cartridges on an OEM basis for 50 years, specialising in MC types..  Hana represents Japanese craftsmanship at its finest.


 " I thought I was listening to a much more expensive cartridge, which makes the Hana ML a great value."
 - Jim Hannon, RMAF 2018 - Analog, theabsolutesound.com, October 2018 


" Sound: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Hana ML. It's continuing mission: to explore the world of music, to seek out new tracks and grooves, to boldly go where no stylus has gone before. "
Jerry Raskin's Needle Doctor Jan 2019

" En résumé, la série M de Hana offre tout - et bien plus encore - que ce que proposent de nombreuses cartouches plus chères. "
SuperSonido Jan 2019

«  The Hana ML was wonderfully insightful, had tonal poise and good firm bass ... placing it ahead of most else .... At the price, this is a great moving coil, well worth buying.
  Beyond wonderful .... I have never heard such a good sound as this before. "
OUTSTANDING !

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Hi-Fi World review by Editor Noel Keywood, March 2019