1960: Stereo Amplifier type 601 (2 x 15 watt) is a new popular product on the market.
Mid ´60s: The S-15 series were designed, the series was based on the SPU: the S 15T with an integral transformer, weighing 18.5 g and a lighter model without transformer, the SL 15, weighting 7g. Both the S 15T and SL 15 had improved channel separation and compliance over that of SPU.
1969: The first magnetic cartridge, the M-15, constructed on the VMS (variable magnetic shunt) generating system is launched.
1970: The production facility moves to a new factory in Nakskov, Denmark.
1976: AS 212 tonearm manufactured. The introduction of the MCA 76 pre-amplifier in order to match the Moving Coil cartridges and amplifiers.
1977: The iconic MC 20 is launched in Japan.
1979: Ortofon receives the Danish Industrial Design Award for its Low Mass Concorde integrated cartridge/headshell configuration. Concorde 30, Concorde 20, MC 20 MkII, LM 30(H), LM 20(H), SME 30H manufactured.