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The fact that !any companies ,use it as an oem part says enpugh, and switcj to the sa-750d ,after i've had one in mt hand, rocksolid, and the replacable headshells are way easier then the technoarm, and it's easy to adjust.
Great thing! The sound difference between 750 and 250 Jelcos is so big that you can not imagine at first. The second huge thing if the price difference between is so small that it makes no sense try to save money. Buy it!
This arm outperforms any RB300. I've mounted a Ortofon Rondo Bronze on it and it sounds simply great.I am very satisfied.
But watch out if you buy this arm stand alone to mount it on a existing deck,I'd give strict advice calling Cristian Feickert from Feickert Analogue for the correct spindle to pivot distance. The distance of 214mm given by Jelco is simply not correct just like the overhang. The tonearms static weight is not correct as well. I don't know how Jeco came to such calculations. The correct mounting distance is somewhat around 210mm. anti skating does have large influence, personally i have the best performance with an value of around 1,8
Apart from mounting problems because inproper calculations given by jelco this arm is a real stunner!.With a closed internal wiring and a asymetric counterweight he beats with ease arms twice the price !No wonder this is the new standart tonearm mounted by many high-end TT manufacturers.
This arm is the bargain and giant killer to boot, I use it with my SPU spirit, and Io Japan it holds its own with a number of the great arms
Researched tonearms for a long time before zeroing on the SA-750D. Like it much more then my Mayware Formula IV. Much easier to work with and better results (to be fare the MW was bought used and the SA is brand new.) Unless you have a reference system its hard for me to see how one could justify spending two to three times as much for another tonearm when balanced against the return. I have Grado Reference Sonata mounted on it which by some accounts is somewhat of a mismatch, but with the Grado broken in the sound is amazing so I would say its pretty versatile.
Excellent arm, great for cartridge swapping! You can't go wrong for just over £400
Nice Reviews for this Arm.
The fact that I am saving up for one should DEFINITELY speaks volumes about it.
I plan to mount mine onto a Thorens TD-160 when I do finally get one. And will either mount an Ortofon 2M Blue, a Sumiko BPS EVO III, or a Benz or Shelter Cartridge onto before everything is over and done with it.
Would love an Alphason Designs HR100S. It would be the ONLY arm that could beat the Jelco SA-750D in my opinion. Finding one of those beauties on the used market would be the ONLY arm I would consider over the Jelco. Hopefully, it wouldn't be too much of an overkill for my Thorens TD-160. Otherwise, it will be the Jelco for me.
Can't wait to finally get mine. I plan to get mine between Mid-July and Mid August.
Superb arm comfortably beats Rega RB300 with more extended and cleaner treble, improved air and instruments precision in the soundstage. Great value for money.
An Excellent and low cost tonearm highly recomended
...a long search is over - the Jelco SA-750D combined with the DENON DL-103SA, all set up for a total mass of 35gramms (arm+shell+cartridge+extra weight+fixture) blows my mind away - perfect!
If you would choose Bentley over Rolls this one is for you. The only thing that could be better is VTA adjustment.
Jelco again proving many other tonearm brands are over priced!!
This arm has only one failure...it"s to cheap for the high quality. highly recommended!!!