Armtube For JMW-9T (Discontinued) by VPI
Armtube For JMW-9T
This item has been discontinued
Have more than one cartridge and a JMW 9 tonearm? Get an extra armtube and enjoy the benefits of multiple cartridges today! Easy to switch, just remove the old armwand and replace with the new one. That simple!
VPI'S JMW-9T (Tapered) Tonearm Armwand Is The Perfect Complement To Most MC cartridges!
The VPI JMW-9T (Tapered) Tonearm Armwand offers the advantages of a unipivot tonearm with build quality that belies its affordable price. The JMW-9T (Tapered) Tonearm was updated in 2009 to feature a full tapered armtube filled with a proprietary damping material, which greatly reduces resonance and improves resolution and soundstaging and increased effective mass of 2.5 grams. The JMW-9T makes use of a no friction unipivot bearing, mounted on a solid stainless steel rod with markings to set VTA (Vertical Tracking Angle). As with the more expensive JMW-10.5i and JMW-12.7 arms, the VPI JMW-9T (Tapered) Tonearm armwand can be removed and replaced in seconds, allowing instant cartridge changes with multiple armwands. An RCA junction box allows any RCA-terminated interconnects to be used.
The VPI JMW-9T (Tapered) Tonearm is an update of the award-winning stock tonearm for the Scout. A unipivot design, the JMW-9T's single point of contact causes less friction than standard gimbaled designs. The tapered arm tube reduces resonance and standing waves and the internal damping reduces vibration even further. This means the JMW-9T is quieter, more dynamic and a better tracker than virtually every other design. No wonder it's so popular!
The VPI JMW-9T (Tapered) Tonearm uses the same geometry and mounting as the Rega RB300 tonearm and can be dropped right into a Rega armboard with no modifications.
VPI JMW 9 Armwand Includes:
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