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  • Audio Origami Uniarm review in Dudley's Listening column s'file vol. 40 no. 2

    I found this a somewhat interesting read not only to do with the tonearm in review but also the different turntable's used within Dudley's auditions. He does compare the tonearm to his long lost favorite; the Naim ARO. And then as part of this process he also discusses the differences between hearing this tonearm on his Lp12 and also his Garrard 301.
    -Steve
    webmaster at The Analog Dept.
    system list:Classe' CAP 151 integrated, Carver TX-11b Tuner, NHT 2.9 Speakers, Thorens TD124 ( plus other Thorens models), Otari MX-5050 BII-2 R2R, Jolida JD100 cd player, ML-9600 digital recorder

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    • user510
      user510 commented
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      It is the current issue of Stereophile. It should be online sometime next month.
      -Steve

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    Originally posted by user510 View Post
    I found this a somewhat interesting read not only to do with the tonearm in review but also the different turntable's used within Dudley's auditions. He does compare the tonearm to his long lost favorite; the Naim ARO. And then as part of this process he also discusses the differences between hearing this tonearm on his Lp12 and also his Garrard 301.
    -Steve
    I've shied away from the Naim ARO because it lacks any kind of overhang adjustment. are you stuck using Linn carts or how does that work?

    Bill Firebaugh's latest iteration of the WTA is this way too and Bill's reasoning for omitting overhang adjustability is half-baked, IMO.
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      The review does cover those points you are making.
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