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Grace G-747

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Grace G-747

Description

The Grace G-747 uses a lightweight, straight pipe design with all the robust characteristics of the 6mm diameter alloy pipe utilised on the earlier G-707 model retained, with a new process for additional rigidity.

We have developed a plug-in headshell which has succeeded in eliminating the dead mass found in many types of European headshell connectors.

The headshell itself is composed of specially hard-processed 2mm thick aluminium alloy.

The pivot points incorporate ultra-high precision micro bearings which have been finished to an extremely fine degree of tolerance.

The arm support system of the G-747 is by a proven gimbal support system, similar to the types utilised in aeronautical gyroscopic equipment - because it's vertical and horizontal parts all move under identical conditions, this system is ideal for stereo discs.

Specifications

Overall length: 293-321mm

Effective length: 237mm

Angle of rotation: approx 80 degrees

Overhang: 15mm

Balance system: static balance

Tracking force adjustment: rotary, 0.1g steps

Output cable: plug-in system, moulded type

Head connector: plug-in system, lightweight headshell (approx 6g)

Range of usable weight: 4-10g

J weight use: 10-17g (optional)

Downloads

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Grace G-747 / G747 owners manual, service manuals and schematics are for reference only and the Vinyl Engine bears no responsibility for errors or other inaccuracies. The PDF files are provided under strict licence. Reproduction without prior permission or for financial gain is strictly prohibited. This website is not affiliated with or sponsored by Grace.