SAEC: Are their tonearms worth considering?

Hi Guys. SAEC arms seem to attrack big money pre-owned. What’s the story? Thanks. Brad Well Brad, here’s all we know so far. These were high quality Japanese tonearms with engineering up to SME standards. The WE-308L & WE308N are fairly common and usually not that expensive used but note that the SX version of […]

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SYRINX: PU3 @ Audiophile Club of Athens

  Back in late 1981, Scot Strachan unveiled his Syrinx PU2 to an unsuspecting world. It was a promising design, but strongly flawed in several important areas, such as resonance characteristics, ease of use and build quality. Enter the PU3 in 1983, substantially evolved and with ultra low resonance and ease of set-up as its […]

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KUZMA: 4Point tonearm – test review

No one has ever accused Franc Kuzma of designing glamorous audio jewelry. His turntables and tonearms are industrial-strength examples of engineering know-how and machining excellence. But to those who appreciate such things, his products are truly beautiful, even if they’re not adorned with chrome, wood, and sleekly polished surfaces. And if looking at the 4Point […]

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