A bit more detailed information: TITAN MONO

If the output from one of the Titan Mono's signal coils is connected to the left channel input of a phono preamp and output of the other coil is connected to the right channel input, each channel of the stereo system will be fed an identical monaural signal, and both speakers will therefore produce an equal mono signal.

On preamps without a balance control or separate attenuators for each channel, the Titan Mono's coil arrangement will automatically result in a single mono "image" located centrally between the speakers. With stereo preamps that incorporate a balance control or separate attenuators for each channel, turn down either channel and you will be able to hear the mono signal from the other speaker. And for pure monaural playback with a single amplifier and a single speaker, only one of the two channels (one pair of the cartridge's output pins) needs to be connected to the preamp's phono input. We recommend experimentation with the various permutations possible to find the optimal results.

A diamond coated solid boron rod is used as the cantilever on the Titan mono, with a line contact profile stylus; an unusual for a mono cartridge. The stylus profile of 3 x 70 micrometers has been chosen to provide optimal playback results on monaural records as well as stereo LPs. Although it is entirely possible to play a stereo LP with the Titan Mono, the output will be in mono.

To create a precisely defined reference pivot for the cantilever, the free length of the Titan Mono's suspension wire is kept ultra-short. This also plays an important role in improving the conversion accuracy of mechanical vibrations into electrical signals. A new compound damper system utilizes completely new damper materials to provide superior tracking, detail retrieval and minimize ringing.

The cantilever assembly has been mounted directly to the titanium body. Intermediate mounting methods such as polepieces or subcarriers have been completely eliminated. Both the cantilever and the insides of the body have been shaped so that when the two components are joined to each other, a double-knife-edge system will be created, which will concentrate as much pressure as possible on the joint area and thereby achieving a type of cold weld. This direct mounting system minimizes the number of mechanical joints between the cantilever and tonearm, and maximizes mechanical energy transfer away from the stylus and generator area. The end result is far less reflected mechanical energy, and therefore significantly reduced levels of distortion and resonance.