Looks like an ADC, I could be wrong.
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Wow - that's a vintage audiophile memory.
If my fuzzy memory is correct, the ADC tonearm had a dome shaped counterweight, and did not have the little outrigger thingy that I notice in the photo.
Also, it was not quite in the same big league as the Oracle turntable which would make it a peculiar match.
If I were betting in Vegas, I might also go with an Oracle arm, but only because I dont recognize it and I otherwise know nothing about them.
Yes, a gorgeous turntable, a real classic.
Did you use image enhancement to read that?
A little quick Googling for Pierre Lurne revealed that he designed the linear tracking arm for the Goldmund, and that this particular model is the Audioeca/Pierre Lurne Arm 2, illustrated and briefly described here:
There's some good news and bad news: You can download the tonearm manual from that website, but it's in French.
Cwlondon, I am dating myself, no?. I had my doubts.
The proper answer certainly appears to be that from Jb53.
Softmachine, if you have problems with the French, let me know and I will interpret those portions that give you trouble. It would appear that you can garner a lot of useful info solely from the schematics provided in the instructions.