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    Join Date: Feb 2016

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    I'm Peter.

    Default Wanted SME Fit Headshell

    Donít know if any of you lovely people have a spare headshell for sale for my Dynavector DV507 MkII. (Second Cartridge)

    I fancy the Orsonic but not fussed as long itís around the 15g weight.

    Bit of a long shot I know, but PM me if you have anything available.

    Thanks in advance.


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    Join Date: Jul 2011

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    I'm brian.

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    I have some

    3 kinds of SME. So thats the standard version, with the holes. Then the heavier version, without the holes and finally the SPU type, where the cartridge sits inside the shell.

    Then others . i think a rega, ADC. And Acos Lustre.

    im not sure how heavy any of them are.

    PM me if interested and Ill find out more

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    Join Date: Nov 2010

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    I'm Ritchie.

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    I have a standard SME headshell with finger lift and flying leads.

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    I'm Alan.

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    Join Date: Feb 2016

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    I'm Peter.

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    Hi Alan,

    Thanks for the links, but not what Iím after. I want something to complement the Dynavector, like the Orsonic.

    Itís appreciated


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    Join Date: Feb 2013

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    thought about a wooden or carbon fibre one?
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    Join Date: Feb 2016

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    I'm Peter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    thought about a wooden or carbon fibre one?
    Hi Grant,

    I did think about a carbon fiber one, but I contacted Analogue Seduction for advice and the cheapest headshell was £220 (Ouch)

    Not much in comparison to the cost of the arm, I guess but a bit of a shock.

    Peter


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    Join Date: Feb 2013

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    You'll get a Japanese one for half that. Yamamoto I think they are called or similar. It was as good as the expensive one and looked better too
    Regards,
    Grant ....

    I've said it before and I'll say it again: democracy simply-doesn't-work
    .... ..... ...... ...... ................... ..... ..... ..... ..... .....
    DENON DV2900 - TWIN PRO MONOBLOCK AMPLIFIERS - XIANG SHENG DAC\PRE\HEADPHONE AMP - AVANTREE OASIS CLASS 1 BLUETOOTH - AUDIO TECHNICA ATH-MSR7 & OPPO PM-3 PLANAR HEADPHONES - WIN10 JRIVER23, SPOTIFY PREMIUM - ECHO DOT - SMSL M6 MINIDAC - FULL RANGE TWIN TELEFUNKEN's - Q ACOUSTIC BT3 actives - CANTON SUB - MAINS REGENERATED AND FILTERED.

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    Join Date: Jul 2010

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    I'm Charlie.

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    I have some ADC LMG1 magnesium headshells with leads. They weigh only 8g without leads though. 15g headshells are going to be rare beast on the second hand market.

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