The revival of vinyl has not only brought us new turntables and arms, but cartridges as well. Hana is a new name that makes four models of cartridge at very competitive prices, and they all follow the moving coil principle. Hana cartridges are made by the Excel Sound Corporation, a Tokyo based company that has been producing OEM cartridges for more than 50 years.
The video I shot there is still running on our "player" at the top right but even when it's been replaced, you can still watch it on the analogPlanet. The Hana SL is a low output. Yes you pay more and get less output!
Amazing sound! I've been Jonesing for an MC cart for a while now, even though I loved my 2M Blue, but it was absolutely the right move. All the detail and huge sound stage I'd imagined is not only a reality, every aspect of the sound quality is so much better than I'd ever hoped.
When we were requested to develop a headphone amplifier, for sure that had to be something specia. The award winning Cronus Magnum has garnered an enviable reputation in the high end audio world. Befitting its name, the hand-assembled M Series uses a nude microline stylus that mimics the form of a cutting stylus and fits more precisely into the vinyl groove. In the moving-coil windings themselves, high-purity copper wire offers greater clarity.
Original Article from Koreaboo. Apparently, Hwang Hana took photos of Yoochun while he was sleeping naked. She then used the photos to threaten Yoochun and his family members even after they broke up.
Highway was known for gorgeous scenery as well as for hairpin switchbacks and a bumpy road. But Yukako turned several shades of green after a few too many curves. The drive abruptly came to a halt with a crescendo of screams demanding I pull over.
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It details how a series of events lead to a climactic conclusion at a nuclear power plant in the United States. The film is driven by the strength of convictions in each character, with suspense, and a healthy dose of fear created as events inexorably draw the viewer to a heart-pounding finish. The Hana SL had a similar effect on me while I had it in my system: I had no idea anything out of the ordinary would occur at the start of the review, but by the end I was a bit breathless. Info is a little thin on the ground, but from what I gathered the Hana is built in Tokyo, Japan by the Excel Sound Corporationa manufacturer which has been around for some odd years producing OEM cartridges for a number of other companies.
They offer an exceptionally musical presentation, never becoming dry or analytical, and yet reveal substantial detail so even hard-core audiophiles will be able to revel in the subtleties of better recordings. The magnets structure is made from highly prized Alnico. Yes, magnets do sound different.