Fidelity-Research FR-64S High Mass Dynamic Balanced Tonearm

Fidelity-Research FR-64S released in March 1976 .A tone arm that uses stainless steel to reduce vibration. Stainless steel is three times stronger than aluminum alloys. Equipped with a chuck type outlet and a highly accurate dynamic balance type stylus pressure application mechanism

Item Description:

f full length 325mm Effective length 245mm Overhang 15mm Stike pressure application range 0-5g Arm height adjustment 25-60mm Compatible cartridge weight (including shell) 17-44g 7-31g (using W-170) Tracking error + 2.25 ° ~ -1.35 ° (inner circumference 0) Mounting hole diameter 31φmm
This unit is in body is excellent condition (please see photos).  But anti skit weight is broken (show on 9th,10th the picture ) & arm lifter not including . This unit is Junk item .

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionNon Functioning (Used)
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  • FR-64S
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  • Japan

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