Michael Fremer has reviewed the Phasemation PP-2000 in Stereophile magazine https://www.stereophile.com/content/...esearch-clarus

Michael's review very much mirrors our own experience with the Phasemation PP-2000, which is (like all Phasemations) an uncommonly well made and well behaved cartridge. Moving coil cartridges are by their very nature intricate hand made things, and accuracy of alignment of key parts does vary enormously, but Phasemation consistently get this all right, as noted by Michael in the review.

His summing up words hit the spot: "In today's costly cartridge market, the PP-2000's combination of sophisticated sonics and superb build quality make it an attractive choice"

'Sophisticated' is a good word to describe the sound of all Phasemation cartridges, but very much so the PP-2000, which really does communicate music with ease, without any artificially enhanced characteristics, like crystalline (eg harsh) top end. The PP-2000 does 'air' and 'space' cues better than almost anything else, regardless of price.
One thing that Michael did not mention is the PP-2000's very low surface noise, which is a refreshing attribute, matched here only by higher end Miyajimas.

We have the PP-2000 in stock. See the Phasemation range here https://ammonite-audio.co.uk/product...reo-cartridge/

Also, read our customer's review of the PP-2000 and T-2000 SUTs here https://ammonite-audio.co.uk/custome...-transformers/