I don't think you need to worry much about "matching" a tonearm to a turntable. The question is whether the turntable is "good enough" to merit a top line tonearm. I am a previous owner of a Lenco in Nantais plinth and the current owner of a Lenco in a slate plinth with the PTP top plate from Peter Reinders. The short answer to your question, IMO, is yes, a Lenco in a well-built effective plinth is certainly good enough to benefit from the addition of an expensive tonearm. Which tonearm you choose has more to do with your choice of phono cartridge than with your choice of turntable, IMO.
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