Supratek Syrah phono help.

Hi Everyone,
I have a Supratek Syrah on the way, he says as he vibrates with glee, and I'm not sure the phone input will be compatible with my analog rig, or more specifically my cartridge. I have a Rega Planar 3 and mounted on it I have an Audio Technica 440ml moving magnet cartridge. Now all of my reading indicates that the phono input of the Supratek is moving coil, does that necessarily mean my AT cartridge won't be compatible? And if not any recommendations in a budget cartridge? I would think something like a Dynavector 10x5 might work, but any suggestions, including standing pat, are welcome. If it matters the rest of the chain is Cary 300B Sig monos into Alon Lotus SE MkIII speakers. Thanks in advance.
I used the Syrah with a high output mc cartridge. The preamp that I used had a mm choice. I would assume your does too. Great preamp and a mighty fine phono stage. Wish I owned one.
Perhaps this will explain things a little more thoroughly:

The cartridge input range is 0.1mV to approx 2 5mV.
Next to the phono inputs is a 4 way slide switch for cartridge loading-values from the top down are 47 KOhms, 1 KOhm, 100 Ohms, 10 Ohms.(Or as requested)
I received my Chenin a few months ago and immediately found that my Clearaudio mm cartridge sounded terrible with it. I e-mailed Mick who recommended a low cost Denon mc. That solved the problem, but I will upgrade the cartridge in a year or so.
Thanks for the advice. The seller saw this thread and emailed me instructions for accessing gain switches through the base plate of the control unit. I'll give that a shot and see how it sounds. Mlkiz, I'm guessing Mick recommended a Denon 103D which seems to be a popular budget choice, perhaps I'll try it if mine doesn't work.