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    Fairchild 750, hey Jim!

    Begs the question why from the tonearm stand point , though all that mass must have some kind of benefit. Interesting head shell.



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    That just looks freaking dangerous! Thud would be hanging from it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishoz View Post
    That just looks freaking dangerous! Thud would be hanging from it....

    Brawhahah!!!! Too funny, like the old 'Hang in There' posters from the '70's
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    Tangential tracking error would be almost nothing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by laatsch55 View Post
    Tangential tracking error would be almost nothing...
    No headshell offset would be required...

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    I would need to add on to the house to make room for that tone arm.

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    If I had that rig, I would be worrying about air currents and floor flex. Happily, I have a Sony linear tracker.
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