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Mission 774LC

Gimbal Bearing Stereo Tonearm

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Mission 774LC


The 774LC is Mission's entry level arm, designed and built by Jelco in Japan.

Features of the arm include height adjustment, calibrated tracking force and anti-skate, and a hydraulic arm lifter.


Type: gimbal bearing

Headshell: non detachable

Effective mass: 7g

Effective length: 228mm

Overhang: 18mm

Offset angle: 23.75 degrees

Mounting distance: 210mm

Mounting pattern: linn, 31.5mm

Cartridge weight: 2-10g

Bearing friction: <20mg (vertical and horizontal)

Adjustments provided: height, overhang, offset


The 774LC is a well constructed tonearm that meets a real market need, providing the right product at the right price level. It gave a good all round performance, while to a large degree, its acceptance and use on a number of decks conforms our judgement here - £69 HiFi Choice 1984


instruction/owners manual  English

instruction/owners manual (imp scan)  English - Gyroleo

alignment protractor  English - Fubar

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