Retipping Miyajima mono cartridge


Has anyone had their Miyajima Premium mono cartridge retipped by Soundsmith to either elliptical or line contact, if so did it change the overall sound quality?

I can't say I am a fan of the rather crude conical stylus being played on some of my vintage mono LPs some of which are $1000+ each.
dnath
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Dnath, not to sound snitty but have you considered at the time those "vintage mono LPs" were produced that only conical styli were common?
Lyra's Jonathan Carr has stated that extensive testing revealed that the best mono performance was derived from a line-contact stylus (if I understand his remarks correctly). I believe all Lyra mono cartridges now use a line-contact stylus.
-Bob

http://forum.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/fr.pl?eanlg&1273328104&openfrom&10&4#10
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Yet a respected cartridge maker who presumably wants to make mono cartridges that sound as good possible and who chooses the mono stylus shape based on extensive listening comparisons is hardly someone to be summarily dismissed as a factor for consideration.
-Bob