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Dynavector DV 507

Bi-Axis Inertia Controlled Dynamic-Balance Type Tonearm

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Dynavector DV 507

Description

The DV507 is an improved version of the award winning DV505 bi-axis tonearm.

Overall height and length (along with weight) have been reduced to allow use on a wider range of turntables, and vertical bearing friction has been decreased for improved performance.

Anti-skating is now adjusted by means of a calibrated dial, rather than the string and weight of the DV505, and tracking force adjustment is in 0.2g steps rather than 0.25.

The mkII version of the arm features a newly designed headshell and improved wiring throughout.

Specifications

Overall length: 306mm (including headshell)

Effective length: 241mm

Overhang: 15mm

Offset angle: 21.5 degrees

Height: 59-92mm

Weight: 1380g

Review

Strictly speaking, the DV507 no longer competes with state of the art tonearms, at least not in hi-fi terms. However, its relaxed musicality can teach more than a few of them a thing or two.

Downloads

mk2 instruction/owners manual  English

instruction/owners manual  English

mk2 installation drawing  English


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