The Miracord is a changer? The others may have a little less rumble & of course not the same limitation as an installed (non changeable) arm might have.
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If your looking for a great idler that's a "sleeper" so it can be had for a reasonable cost you might look into a Gates CB-77. These are broadcast units that are built like tanks. A unique feature is that the idler drives off of a hub cast into the inner portion of the platter as opposed to the outer rim. This allows the motor and idler wheel to turn slower eliminating much of an idler drives rumble and noise. I've had a 301 and a TD124 in my system and prefer the Gates. Good luck.
I still have my Dual 1019 I bought in the 1960's.I must have 6 Dual TT's.It's really neat to watch my old 1019 cycle a rack of 45's with the fat 45 spindle.Remember how record companies labeled the record sides to work with a changer?I just pulled My Perpetuum Ebner out and put some run time on it along with my Duals' in this horrible PA winter.Great German craftsmanship of the day.