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Zeta Arm

HandMade Gimbal Bearing Tonearm

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Zeta Arm

Description

The Zeta tonearm was made by GB Tools in London.

The arm featured adjustable VTF, VTA and Anti-Skate, all uncalibrated.

Later arms had VdH wiring fitted throughout as a cost option.

Specifications

Effective mass: 16g

Effective length: 228.6mm

Overhang: 18mm

Cartridge weight: 0-11g

Arm weight: 545g

Review

The Zeta can be recommended as one of the worlds finest tonearms. It is well made and finished, and while the price is undoubtedly high you do get a lot of precision engineering for your money - Zeta VdH £549 HiFi Answers 1986

A UK built, front rank audiophile product. It's construction quality, finish and sound are all first rate and would satisfy the most discerning of purchasers - £399 HiFi Choice 1983

Of all the exotic arms, the Zeta for us is the best made and most competent. The Ittok is still better on sound, but the Zeta should not be dismissed - £399 The Flat Response 1984

Downloads

instruction/owners manual  English

protractor  English - rockdove


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