There is a different assembly available that doesn't require the hole for
the push and turn function if you are using only one stylus. It is a
pressure fit and looks similar to the stereo one at this link just under the
You'll find much better s/n ratio with the higher mass arm. I used to have
an old Garrard changer with a plastic tone arm. I found that using an Audax
tone arm which has higher mass the output was higher with less surface
noise. A Pickering 190-D tone arm with only the tip with vertical travel
follows warped records well and has high mass as well . The G.E is
especially good for worn records. Below is a link to a picture of the
From: Benjamin Roth
Sent: Monday, December 05, 2016 7:51 AM
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Where can I get a GE VRII (push 'n' turn) cartridge
installed into a black Ortofon SPU Type G Headshell Shell?
Where can I get a GE VRII (push 'n' turn) cartridge installed into a black
Ortofon SPU Type G Headshell Shell?
See photo: http://www.ortofon.com/hifi/cartridges-ranges/spu
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