Benz Micro Silver MC versus Dynavector and Sumiko

I am considering changing cartridges for my Rega P3-24 turntable which has the new RB301 arm. The Benz-Micro Silver MC was highly recommended to me, but I can't find any reviews on it. All the reviews seemed to be focused on their most expensive tier of cartridges. I would like some input about this cartridge; also, how it might compare with either the Dynavector 10X5 or the Sumiko Evo III which are similarly priced. I can't afford the high output BM Glider which is about $700.... I have Epos 16i speakers and a Creek 5350SE Classic with the Creek MM phono board. Hopefully, the Creek phono board will be compatible with this cartridge and provide enough gain. The Benz Silver MC has an output of 2mv. I believe it has a compliance of 15. Thanks, Jim
My friend has a Benz Micro silver on his Thorens 145 MKII and it sounds really good! I have compared it back to back with my Rega P5 and Glider SL, and they both sound great! The Glider has a bit more warmth and air to it, but I think you will like the Benz Micro Silver! It did take a bit of break in before the bass came into its own, but for the price it is great performer
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