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marcanto 5th June 2005 12:27 AM

cj walker 55
 
Hi someone to help me. I have an old walker 55 t.table with
an old micro 505 tonearm .i'd like to upgrade the arm as i was told
from a friend of mine that the micro's probably to heavy for the walker .
The suggestion is for a sme 3009 III improved or a rega rb 300.
Anyone experienced with walker t.tables to give me advices .
Thanks,
Marco

pete.a 11th June 2005 08:02 PM

Arms
 
Id go for the rega 300 arm, suits every T/T:)

Doctor Zoidberg 13th June 2005 02:35 PM

Im with Pete, but if you also modify the Rega a la Origin Live... (quote) "the humble Rega transforms in a Giant Killer "

JimmyPill 14th June 2005 11:50 AM

Yes, the rega 300 arm should be your choice, I think!

cu

Doctor Zoidberg 14th June 2005 06:58 PM

Perharps you want to check this link
http://www.tnt-audio.com/sorgenti/olrb250_e.html
Hope it will be of your benefit
Regards

ingvar ahlberg 14th June 2005 10:13 PM

Hi Marco
Youve been wrongly informed, the Micro 505 is not to heavy for the cj55, adjust the spring tension if unbalanced. The Rega arms are decent but the 505, if in good condition, is far better. Check and adjust bearings for play then spend the money on a Grado Sonata or records instead.


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