Hadcock GH 220
9" Standard Bearing Type Tonearm
The GH 220 features an integrated Uni-lift arm lifting mechanism and optional SME mounting plate
Overall length: 307.34mm
Height: 43.18 to 88.9mm
Effective length: 228.6mm
Rear overhang: 71.12mm
Offset angle: 23 degrees
Mounting distance: 212.85mm
Cartridge weight: 3.5-10g
Optional extras: SME mounting plate, spare headshell, aluminium or stainless steel arm tubes
Just missing a recommendation when tested, the stainless steel GH220 arm scored above average in listening tests, and demonstrated better image stability and focus than the unipivot GH228 design - HiFi Choice 1984
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easy to set up and good sound when i used it with nagaoka mp 50. mine was the stainless steel version. sorry to say you could tell it was handmade and some poor components used in some area's, ie the connecting cable failed after only a few hours use.
5/10 by desertdog
Stainless version. Not as bad as people try to make out. Sonically a lightweight Mission 774. It gets most things right and actually works well with a Denon DL304. Delicate feel though and not the best build quality. A fidget to set up, but I like it.
6/10 by satanfriendly