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Thread: FOR SALE: Fidelity Research FR64x Tonearm

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    Default FOR SALE: Fidelity Research FR64x Tonearm

    Fidelity Research FR64x tonearm. 780
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    Superb example of this classic high mass tonearm, beautiful black anodised aluminium with silver internal wiring, FR headshell, original box, external cable, and all accessories. Probably as good an example as you will find; superb condition.

    The arm is a classic piece of industrial engineering, and the sound is exceptionally clear and neutral; a real open window that allows your cartridge to speak. It is especially good with low compliance cartridges; it sounds great with a Miyajima, for example.

    It does look fantastic too, and is an excellent aesthetic match for a wide variety of decks.

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    Struggling with myself not to buy this ... such a superb tonearm .... would be perfect for my new 401 in all black ... though I am getting amazing synergy at the moment with the AT-1010 ... someone buy this please ... no don't ... aargh ...
    Speakers - 'RFC' Tannoy Canterburys with custom crossovers; Amp - Radford STA100; Preamp - EAR 912; Vinyl: Thorens TD124 MkII with Ikeda IT345-CR1 and Ortofon 309 Limited tonearms; Cartridges: Miyajima Madake, Zero Mono 0.7 and Premium 1.0 retipped by Ana Mighty Sound with bamboo cantilever, Ortofon SPU Royal N and Shure M3D with Jico stylus; phono stage and SUT from EAR 912; Esoteric Sound Re-Equalizer for equalisation of early mono and 78; Digital: Audio Note CDT2/II transport.

    'Wer nicht liebt Wein, Weib und Gesang der ist ein Narr sein Leben lang.'

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    An all black 401? I'd love to see a photo of that. Go on Tom, I feel this FR64x is destined for your collection...

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    Here it is ... no doubt at all that the FR64x would be a lovely match here (though I have to say I've been well impressed with the AT-1010):



    Speakers - 'RFC' Tannoy Canterburys with custom crossovers; Amp - Radford STA100; Preamp - EAR 912; Vinyl: Thorens TD124 MkII with Ikeda IT345-CR1 and Ortofon 309 Limited tonearms; Cartridges: Miyajima Madake, Zero Mono 0.7 and Premium 1.0 retipped by Ana Mighty Sound with bamboo cantilever, Ortofon SPU Royal N and Shure M3D with Jico stylus; phono stage and SUT from EAR 912; Esoteric Sound Re-Equalizer for equalisation of early mono and 78; Digital: Audio Note CDT2/II transport.

    'Wer nicht liebt Wein, Weib und Gesang der ist ein Narr sein Leben lang.'

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    That 401 looks great; interesting arm too.

    FR64X still available

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    That Tonearm looks superb.

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    Technics SP10 MK2 > Phonomac AT-1010 tonearm > ZYX R50 Bloom cartridge > Jolida JD9 MKII > Firebottle Monoblocks > Creek OBH-11SE Headphone Amp > IXOS Speaker Cables > Pioneer CS-77A Speakers

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    Still available

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    Reduced to 750. That's as low as I will go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by montesquieu View Post
    Here it is ... no doubt at all that the FR64x would be a lovely match here (though I have to say I've been well impressed with the AT-1010):



    At the risk of thread drift on a for sale thread, I have to say Tom that plinth looks wondeful with the Garrard 401. I like the way the TT is inset so that the top of the TT is flush with the plinth. I have a similar looking black gloss Japanese laquer Bastin-style (ie solid) plinth to house one of my Thorens 124s. It can take an additional 12" arm.

    Again apologies for the tread drift Andrew.

    The FR64 is a superb arm and I would buy it myself, were it not for the fact I have eight arms already, and more to the point I can't really afford it at the moment.

    Good luck with the sale.
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    Still for sale

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