Q:Hello, the unique design of or SRA Glider Pod Precisely controls the VTA of the Graham Arm. The TTW Graham arm does not have a dial in VTA system, just a rough height position. The arm is extremely rigid without the VTA mechanism and the 3.125 inch piston moves upwards and downwards by .001 inch increments/controls 180 gram/200 gram positions etc.
A:The Digital System reads the piston movement thus the SAR/VTA, unfortunately the use of this type of Digital Readout cannot be used on a standard Graham arm due to clearance problems (on rotation) and no point to locate the tip (indicator stylus it is technically called) on the arm itself without issues.
Our design with Bob Graham is very unique indeed and addresses a large number of issues regarding rigidity, true on the fly VTA/SRA, a measurement system - and of course the 200x Stylus Camera for Azimuth and SRA.
Thanks for the good question
Q: Can the Tone Arm and pod be used and or the tone arm with other tables?
A: Only if the table has the adequate clearance but generally they are designed for our turntables.
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