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Denon DA-307

Dynamic Damping S-Shaped Tonearm

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Denon DA-307


The DA-307 features a dynamic damping mechanism to damp peculiar vibrations of various arm parts and low frequency vibration.

The root of the tonearm pipe is divided into two parts and the damper rubber of a proper viscosity and elasticity is put in between.

Further, the tonearm is of such a one-point supporting type that the arm pipe is pulled by suspension wire at a tension strength adjusted properly. It is the same construction as employed at the cantilever supporting mechanism of most Denon cartridge series such as the DL-103.

By use of this mechanism, the tonearm effectively damps the vibrations conducted from the arm base as described above and enormously reduces the peculiar vibrations of various components of the arm.


Type: dynamically balanced, static balance type

Overall length: 332mm

Effective length: 244mm

Overhang: 14mm

Height adjustment: 42 to 70mm

Stylus pressure: 0.1g sub scaled vernier type dial

Cartridge weight range: 5 to 10g

Headshell: 6g PCL-5 magnesium alloy diecast


The DA-307 when combined with the DP-6000 turntable, AU-230 transformer and DL-103D cartridge is an excellent, albeit expensive combination, and can be highly recommended - Edward M Long


instruction/owners manual  English

brochure  English

mounting template  English Nihongo

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