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Thread: What does one consider to be the best sounding tonearm

  1. #61
    Join Date: Feb 2021

    Location: Greece

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    I'm Kostas.

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    My experience so far is with two modified Rega arms, one of them is an early Audiomods. I have no complaints but I know there are better arms.

    Reed, Thales and KLaudio have tonearms that intirgue me and would love to try but I can't afford any of them. I may be wrong but I believe most if not all videos I have watched with these arms were with high mass decks. My only worry about synergy would be that, some arms are not ideal for suspended decks. As far as everything else you should be able to put any arm in any table if the table's size allows it.

    BTW...several 70's Japanese tables came with impressive arms that have stood the test of time.

  2. #62
    Join Date: Jan 2018

    Location: blackpool

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    I'm neil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindRise View Post
    My experience so far is with two modified Rega arms, one of them is an early Audiomods. I have no complaints but I know there are better arms.
    Well said
    I started to listen to kit and not the music- itís been quite difficult to get out of that mindset
    The Thales arms have interested me also - I saw one for sale, almost went for it
    http://https://www.tonarm.ch/en/products/thales-easy

  3. #63
    Join Date: Nov 2008

    Location: belgrade serbia

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    I'm gordan.

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    Anyone heard Supreme Analog Tangenta?

    Gordan.
    Speakers: Oris Swing MkII
    Amps: Thomas Mayer 300b/ Hiraga La Maison de L'Audiophile 20
    Preamp: Silver AVC by eng. Ferenc Lazar
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    Garrard 401 in eng Ferenc Lazar solid wenge plinth with SME 3012/2
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