The Lenco P77 is a rare beast, and one of the most unique vintage tonearm you are likely to come across. We have had one in our system here for the last 4 years, and it gets regular use on the Thorens TD-124. As a high mass arm it is ideally suited to low compliance cartridges, and is a great match for the Denon DL-103.

As most folks will never have seen one of these arms up close, we thought we would put together a short video showing the major features of the arm, and it main component parts.

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Wednesday 07th April 2021

No demo of the cuing function?
Does the arm rest function as the cue lift?
Thanks for the video, interesting and seemingly rare arm.
Take care

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