The new MKII version of the Dynavector DV 507 tonearm has made its long-awaited debut, building on the strengths of the original DV 507 which has enjoyed the highest reputation among audiophiles world-wide since its appearance in 1984.
As it is a bi-axis inertia controlled tonearm the DV 507, no matter the type of cartridge can trace the music signal grooves cut in the recording with extreme accuracy. The DV 507 also provides superb trackability on warped recordings. Resolution and musical detailing are quite remarkable.
|Type||Bi-Axis inertia controlled Dynamic and Eddy Current Damping Dynamic Balance type tone arm|
|Overall length||306mm. With head shell: max 326 mm|
|Effective length||241mm (i.e. tonearm pivot point to cartridge stylus point)|
|Offset angle||21.5 degree|
|Height||59mm lifts up to 92mm|
|Height adjustment range||39mm-72mm at sub arm center|
|Depth||36mm without connecting cable|
|Optimum cartridge weight||15-35 grams, including headshell|
|Horizontal tracking angle error||-1.1 degree – +2.2 degree , 0 degree at inner band of record, 2.2 degree at outside|
|Tracking force adjustment range||0-38 grams by 0.2 grams step|
|Sensitivity||Horizontal:less than 50 mgrams, Vertical:less than 40 mgrams|
|Net weight||1,380 grams|
|Output connection||5P connector|
|Headshell connection||EIA standards 4 Pin connector|