Koetsu cartridges have long been the gold standard among cartridges. In the early 1970’s, the successful entrepreneur, Yoshiaki Sugano created an audio cartridge with craftsmanship that rivaled the finest music instruments. His inspiration came from the Japanese Renaissance artist Honami Koetsu, whose name and tradition have come to grace the audio cartridge, “KOETSU.”
If you consider Yoshiaki Sugano’s artistic creative genius and his fine taste in the choice of materials – beautiful natural stone and wood bodies wired with 6-nines copper – Koetsu products have no peer. The art of hand-wound coils, innovative construction techniques and the centuries old tradition of hand craftsmanship in the arts of woodworking and painting, meld together to become the great masterpiece that is a Koetsu cartridge.
All Koetsu cartridges are the result of one-of-a-kind, meticulous production, including rigorous tested for purity and musical quality. The legendary hand wound coils and meticulously carved stone and wood bodies of Koetsu cartridges transcend the boundaries of art and science.
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