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1) Introduction

2) Features

3) Specifications



4) Owner's Manual

5) Setup Tips

6) Reviews







The result of years of research and design, the Tri-Planars' unique dual-pivot design offers maximum adjustability and watch-like precision. 

1. Adjustable azimuth
2. Adjustable vertical tracking angle
3. Vertical bearing at record height 

A design which completely addresses all three planes of tonearm geometry.

The arm creates a musical sound stage unmatched by any other. It has been described as powerful and dynamic, solid yet expressive, delicate and tactile. The outstanding quality of this arm, commented on time and again, is that it is invisible, lacking the colorations that plague so many of our competitors. 




Damped headshell
Annealed-aluminum coaxial damped armtube
Clamping yoke design that firmly couples the headshell tube to the bearing tube, making for a single unit yet allowing azimuth rotation of the headshell
Silicone-fluid trough tonearm damping
Bearings featuring hand-crafted, hardened and polished needle cones
Progressive anti-skating design
Sophisticated system of decoupled counterweights, allowing proper stylus force for any cartridge without altering effective mass
Easy 3-screw installation, with no large VTA hole


Type: gimbal-bearing tonearm
Effective length: 250mm
Pivot-to-spindle distance: 233.5mm
Overhang: 16.5mm
Offset angle: 22
Effective mass: 11g
Bearing offset: 22


Owner's Manual:      CLICK HERE


Setup Tips:      Doug Deacon's Triplanar Setup Tips



The following thumbnails are links to the most recent articles about the Tri-Planar Precision Tonearm. 


July 2003

The AbsoluteSound
October 2003

The AbsoluteSound
August 2003


Issue 22

Sept/Oct 2002

The AbsoluteSound
December 2003









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