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LYRA KLEOS

LYRA KLEOS

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Cápsula stereo MC, 0.5mv,8.8grs, compliance 12.

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Descripción fabricante:

Kleos es la cápsula de Lyra de menor coste que utiliza el cantilever de pluma completo de boro fabricado por Ogura y el sistema de bobina con aguja de línea de contacto original de Lyra (3 x 70 μm). Esto es similar a lo que se emplea incluso en los modelos Lyra más caros.

Sin embargo, el elemento más importante del nuevo Kleos es su sonido. Creemos firmemente que el Kleos es capaz de extraer más información de los surcos de vinilo que sus predecesores, y que la reproducción de la música es más dinámica, más detallada y más natural que en los modelos anteriores. También somos de la opinión de que Kleos establecerá un nuevo estándar para el rendimiento sonoro a su precio.

Hoy en día, solo hay un puñado de constructores maestros de cápsulas en el mundo, y Yoshinori Mishima de Lyra pertenece a este grupo élite de individuos que son capaces de crear los transductores MC de más alto nivel en el planeta. Su asistente Akiko Ishiyama, quien ha pasado varios años de aprendizaje, también está involucrada en el proceso de construcción que lleva a cada Kleos. Cada cápsula Kleos no solo está hecho a mano, sino que cada cápsula es escuchada extensamente y "sonorizada" por el maestro constructor de cápsulas, como en los mejores instrumentos musicales.

Lyra ofrece una combinación única de diseño avanzado y capaz de cápsulas de Jonathan Carr y la ejecución completa hecha a mano por los individuos mencionados anteriormente. Invertir en una Lyra Kleos a través de un minorista autorizado le ofrecerá una experiencia analógica sin igual a partir de sus discos de vinilo estéreo de microsurco.

Características:

  • Diseñador: Jonathan Carr
  • Constructor: Yoshinori Mishima (construcción final y prueba), Akiko Ishiyama (construcción primaria)
  • Tipo: Cápsula de bobina móvil de baja resistencia, peso medio y compliancia media.
  • Aguja: diamante desnudo con contacto de línea y radio de longitud variable diseñado por Lyra (3um x 70um), montado en slot
  • Sistema cantilever: eje de boro sólido con suspensión corta con cable de un punto, montada directamente en el cuerpo de la cápsula
  • Bobinas: 2 capas de profundidad, 6N cobre de alta pureza, forma cuadrada de hierro de alta pureza purificado químicamente, auto-impedancia de 5,4ohm, inductancia de 9,0 µH
  • Voltaje de salida: 0.5mV@5cm/sec, cero a pico, 45 grados (registro de prueba CBS, otros registros de prueba pueden alterar los resultados)
  • Rango de frecuencia: 10Hz ~ 50kHz
  • Separación de canales: 35dB o mejor a 1kHz
  • Compliancia: Aprox. 12 × 10-6 cm / dina a 100 Hz
  • Ángulo de seguimiento vertical: 20 grados
  • Cuerpo de la cápsula: mecanizado en una sola pieza de aluminio de aleación sólida 7075, con área de contacto del cabezal de mayor presión en superficie reducida, forma parcialmente no paralela, mecanismo de control de resonancia de interferencia de fase y cuerpo roscado directamente para tornillos de montaje
  • Tornillos de montaje de la cápsula: 2,6 mm con paso de 0,45 JIS estándar
  • Distancia desde los orificios de montaje a la punta de la aguja: 9,5 mm
  • Peso del cápsula (sin la cubierta de la aguja): ​​8,8g
  • Fuerza de seguimiento recomendada: 1,65 ~ 1,75 g (1,72 g recomendado)
  • Carga recomendada directamente en la entrada de phono MC: 95,3ohm ~ 816ohm (determine escuchando, o siga las instrucciones detalladas en el manual del usuario)
  • Carga recomendada a través del transformador elevador: 5 ~ 15ohm (la salida del transformador elevador debe conectarse a una entrada RIAA de nivel MM de 10 kohm ~ 47 kohm, preferiblemente a través de un cable corto de baja capacitancia)
  • Brazos recomendados: brazos giratorios o tangenciales lineales de alta calidad con cojinetes rígidos, fuerza antideslizante ajustable, preferiblemente VTA

LYRA KLEOS (Currently shipping "Level 2, New Angle" stereo model)

The New Angle on LP Reproduction, Level 2:
The Lyra Kleos MC Phono Cartridge

Although many MC cartridges have good performance, their sound is held back by how they are designed. The problem is, the signal coils should have the same angle as the magnetic circuit during playback, but MC cartridges are typically designed so that the opposite happens - applying normal tracking force pushes the coils out of alignment. This impairs coil sensitivity and linearity, and reduces sound quality.

Lyra's "New Angle" technology solves this fundamental problem by compensating for how the signal coils are affected by vertical tracking forces, and optimally aligning the coils when it matters most - during playback. Introduced on our entry-level Delos, the New Angle technology enables the Delos to perform well above its pricepoint.

But being audiophiles, we wanted to achieve the next higher level - which is the new Kleos. Building on New Angle technology, the Kleos innovates with a stronger chassis machined from aircraft-grade alloys, narrowed mounting area to improve energy transfer, and pre-stressed construction combining multiple materials with non-parallel surfaces to inhibit internal body resonances. The fully hand-made Kleos also has a Lyra-designed line contact stylus and platinum-plated output pins, achieving an exceptionally quiet noise-floor with superior immediacy, resolution and tracking, wide dynamic range and explosive transients, plus a warmer and natural tonal balance. The Kleos is a high-value cartridge that surpasses the sound quality of substantially more expensive cartridges.

Let the Lyra Kleos show you how good a New Angle on LP reproduction - Level 2 - can sound.

A bit more detailed information: KLEOS

The Kleos is the lowest cost Lyra cartridge to feature the full fledged Ogura manufactured boron cantilever and coil system with Lyra original line-contact (3 x 70μm) stylus. This is similar to what is employed on even the most expensive Lyra models.

Nevertheless, the most important element of the new Kleos is it's sound. We firmly believe that the Kleos is capable of extracting more information from the vinyl grooves than it's predecessors, and that the reproduction of music is both more dynamic, more detailed, and more natural than the models preceding it. We also are of the opinion that the Kleos will set a new standard for sonic performance at it's price point.

Today there are only a small handful of master cartridge builders in the world, and Lyra's Yoshinori Mishima belongs to this elite group of individuals that are capable of crafting the highest level MC transducers on the planet. His assistant Akiko Ishiyama, who has undergone several years of apprenticeship, is also involved in the building process leading to each Kleos. The Kleos is not only hand made, but each cartridge is listened to extensively and "voiced" by the master cartridge builder, like the finest musical instruments.

Lyra offers a unique combination of capable, advanced cartridge design by Jonathan Carr and complete handmade execution by the above mentioned individuals. Investing in a Lyra Kleos through an authorized retailer will offer you an unparallelled analog experience from your stereo microgroove vinyl records.

 

Specifications for LYRA KLEOS

  • Designer: Jonathan Carr
  • Builder: Yoshinori Mishima (final build, testing), Akiko Ishiyama (preliminary build)
  • Type: Medium weight, medium compliance, low-impedance moving coil cartridge
  • Stylus: Lyra-designed long-footprint variable-radius line-contact nude diamond (3um x 70um), slot-mounted
  • Cantilever system: Solid boron rod with short one-point wire suspension, directly mounted into cartridge body
  • Coils: 2-layer deep, 6N high-purity copper, square-shaped chemically-purified high-purity iron former, 5.4ohm self-impedance, 9.0uH inductance
  • Output voltage: 0.5mV@5cm/sec., zero to peak, 45 degrees (CBS test record, other test records may alter results)
  • Frequency range: 10Hz ~ 50kHz
  • Channel separation: 35dB or better at 1kHz
  • Compliance: Approx. 12x10-6cm/dyne at 100Hz
  • Vertical tracking angle: 20 degrees
  • Cartridge body: One-piece machining from solid 7075 alloy billet, with reduced-surface higher-pressure headshell contact area, partially non-parallel shaping, phase-interference resonance-controlling mechanism, and body threaded directly for mounting screws
  • Cartridge mounting screws: 2.6mm 0.45 pitch JIS standard
  • Distance from mounting holes to stylus tip: 9.5mm
  • Cartridge weight (without stylus cover): 8.8g
  • Recommended tracking force: 1.65 ~ 1.75g (1.72g recommended)
  • Recommended load directly into MC phono input: 95.3ohm ~ 816ohm (determine by listening, or follow detailed guidelines in user manual)
  • Recommended load via step-up transformer: 5 ~ 15ohm (step-up transformer's output must be connected to 10kohm ~ 47kohm MM-level RIAA input, preferably via short, low-capacitance cable)
  • Recommended tonearms: High-quality pivoted or linear tangential) tonearms with rigid bearing(s), adjustable anti-skating force, preferably VTA

"Lyra's new Kleos cartridge is billed as a replacement for their Helikon. The Kleos is a much better-sounding cartridge in every way, including its resolution of detail, while borrowing the smoothness and midband warmth of the Skala." -Michael Fremer, Stereophile Magazine, January 2011

"The Lyra Kleos may be designer Jonathan Carr's best effort yet. Highly recommended, and without reservation." -Michael Fremer, Stereophile Magazine, January 2011

Description

LYRA KLEOS (Currently shipping high-grade "New Angle" stereo model)

The New Angle on LP Reproduction, Level 2:Introducing the Lyra Kleos MC Phono Cartridge

Although many MC cartridges have good performance, their sound is held back by how they are designed. The problem is, the signal coils should have the same angle as the magnetic circuit during playback, but MC cartridges are typically designed so that the opposite happens - applying normal tracking force pushes the coils out of alignment. This impairs coil sensitivity and linearity, and reduces sound quality.

Lyra's "New Angle" technology solves this fundamental problem by compensating for how the signal coils are affected by vertical tracking forces, and optimally aligning the coils when it matters most - during playback. Introduced on our entry-level Delos, the New Angle technology enables the Delos to perform well above its pricepoint.

But being audiophiles, we wanted to achieve the next higher level - which is the new Kleos. Building on New Angle technology, the Kleos innovates with a stronger chassis machined from aircraft-grade alloys, narrowed mounting area to improve energy transfer, and pre-stressed construction combining multiple materials with non-parallel surfaces to inhibit internal body resonances. The fully hand-made Kleos also has a Lyra-designed line contact stylus and platinum-plated output pins, achieving an exceptionally quiet noise-floor with superior immediacy, resolution and tracking, wide dynamic range and explosive transients, plus a warmer and natural tonal balance. The Kleos is a high-value cartridge that surpasses the sound quality of substantially more expensive cartridges.

Let the Lyra Kleos show you how good a New Angle on LP reproduction - Level 2 - can sound.

The Kleos is the lowest cost Lyra cartridge to feature the full fledged Ogura manufactured boron cantilever and coil system with Lyra original line-contact (3 x 70μm) stylus. This is similar to what is employed on even the most expensive Lyra models.

Nevertheless, the most important element of the new Kleos is it's sound. We firmly believe that the Kleos is capable of extracting more information from the vinyl grooves than it's predecessors, and that the reproduction of music is both more dynamic, more detailed, and more natural than the models preceding it. We also are of the opinion that the Kleos will set a new standard for sonic performance at it's price point.

Today there are only a small handful of master cartridge builders in the world, and Lyra's Yoshinori Mishima belongs to this elite group of individuals that are capable of crafting the highest level MC transducers on the planet. His assistant Akiko Ishiyama, who has undergone several years of apprenticeship, is also involved in the building process leading to each Kleos. The Kleos is not only hand made, but each cartridge is listened to extensively and "voiced" by the master cartridge builder, like the finest musical instruments.

Lyra offers a unique combination of capable, advanced cartridge design by Jonathan Carr and complete handmade execution by the above mentioned individuals. Investing in a Lyra Kleos through an authorized retailer will offer you an unparallelled analog experience from your stereo microgroove vinyl records.


Tom Lyle, Enjoy the Music, April 2010
"The Lyra Kleos was able to handle any record that I threw at it. [It] is so transparent, its transient response so quick, its background supernaturally quiet, that its sound seemed to only be limited by the recording it was reproducing. After listening to the Lyra Kleos in my system for nearly two months, an improvement in sound is just about unimaginable. Bravo, Lyra!”

The Sound Room, All Things Vinyl, July 15, 2010: New Lyra Kleos Cartridge; Avid Pulsare Phono Preamp – Oliver Amnuayphol
But compared to other perfectionist pick ups out there in vinyl land, the Kleos should stand toe to toe with the best of 'em, even ones costing up to twice the price of the Kleos, which perhaps makes this Lyra the best value in their line. So if you've got a hankerin' for a top-tier cartridge, the Kleos is a must audition. Available now.
 

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LYRA KLEOS

LYRA KLEOS

Cápsula stereo MC, 0.5mv,8.8grs, compliance 12.

STOCK INMEDIATO. 2010 Stereophile Analog Source Component Runner-Up Award Winner!.