RS Laboratory RS-A1
Japanese uni-pivot tonearm with rotating headshell
The RS-A1 tonearm is based on the theory that the tonearm should be the mechanical earth to the vibration system.
Much like an electrical system where the ground potential is the potential where all other references are considered.
To pick up the tone signal accurately from the disc, the support part of vibration system (including cartridge body, shell, arm, arm base) should not be moved relatively to the vibration system.
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Submitted by joaoneves
My favorite for the last 5 years or so. After the first fears in instaling it, you get, a fast sound, a very good soundstage, smooth topend, and an articulate, organic lows. Not for headbangers, but great with Jazz, acoustic music. A best buy considering sound quality/price. Finishing on the low side, at least if you are looking for a luxurious look.
I have 2 and going for the 3th!!!