Audio Technica AT 91 Capsula
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Compared to the older version that came with a Thorens TD-235 that I purchased 4 years ago, the current version sounds more dynamic. Percussive sounds like drum kits sound more aggressive and abrupt in their transient attack. To me this sounds more natural. In fact, the current AT-95 sounds great; nothing seems to be added nor taken away. The earlier AT-95 sounds somewhat laid back and slightly muffled in comparison. The price is also slightly lower than the original $50 so this is really good news. Its tracking of inner grooves is also good.
In case you're wondering how the AT-95 compares to a premium moving magnet (such as the AT-440ML series) from Audio Technica, the current version sounds most similar to the AT-440MLa. The AT-440ML and AT-440MLb have an advantage in tracking extended highs. Many listeners may mistake this for brightness unless they listen to the duration of the attack and decay of percussive sounds. The much smaller MicroLine stylus of the AT-440ML cartridges simply follow the contours of the grooves more accurately. In fact, it does an even better job at playing inner grooves. You do get what you pay for, you know.
If you don't like those and actually prefer the AT-95's sound, you're actually enjoying sound at a much lower price! So you can be a winner either way!
That said, the original cartridge on the Stir it Up tt does/did a fine job. I mainly purchased this because I wanted to "upgrade." Both carts are inexpensive and I honestly don't think you can go wrong with either one. Since this is more sensitive than the AT3600, I'd probably recommend that one instead (if I absolutely had to choose between them).
Best $40 I've spent!