Enter Competition to Win Shure’s AONIC 50 Headphones

Shure’s new AONIC 50 headphones have had the Mojaxx seal of approval and we have a set to give away. Visit our Instagram page, and share your favourite memory using Shure mics/headphones in the comments on this post.

Our favourite story will win the new headphones.

For more information on the AONIC 50 headphones visit the Shure website HERE.

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Mojaxx Reviews Shure MV7 Microphone

For the 300th episode of Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx tests out the Shure MV7 microphone. Shure has already established itself as one of the leading names in studio and stage microphones, and with the MV7, they have released their first-ever mic designed with podcasting and live streaming in mind. Featuring both USB and XLR connections, could it be the missing link in many DJ’s streaming rigs?

Watch Mo’s review above.

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The Best Replacement Needles for Shure’s M44-7 Cartridge

Shure M44-7 Cartridges

A year ago, Mojaxx reviewed Jico’s replacement needles for Shure’s M44-7 cartridges. He found that they were a good alternative to the original styli, but they weren’t essential because the originals were still available.

However, that changed in May when Shure announced that it was discontinuing its entire range of phono products. Now, with the new-found need for replacements, Mo takes another look at Jico’s styli.

Watch above on this week’s Tips and Tricks.

Jico’s needles can be purchased at their website, PLANT RECORDS, and Scratch Pro Audio.

Related: Shure Discontinues All Phono Products

Jico’s Replacement Needles for Shure’s M44-7 Cartridge


Shure’s M44-7 cartridge is legendary in the DJ community. Originally released in the 1960s, the company resurrected it in the ’90s after they realized that turntablists like the Invisibl Skratch Piklz were flying to Japan to snatch up the remaining stock.

But like any cartridge, the stylus on the M44-7 needs to be replaced from time to time. There are many cheap, third-party replacements on the market, mostly around $15. The problem is, they aren’t based on the M44-7 or similar M44-G stylus. Instead, they’re based on the M44C, which as Mojaxx puts it, is “aimed at jukeboxes.”

Jico’s replacement styli have surprised him, though. Handmade in Japan, the N44-7 and N44-G are “on a different level from your regular, generic replacements

Watch Mo’s review above.

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