What is this ARM?


Hello

http://img2.freeimagehosting.net/image.php?8e0193763b.jpg

http://img2.freeimagehosting.net/image.php?b87fbce3b4.jpg

I recently got this arm with Oracle permier but I don't know the name of Arm (I am analog novice)
Any body have manual for this arm? or how can I get the manual for the arm. Any comment will be appreciated.
Thank you
softmachine
Looks like an ADC, I could be wrong.
Try "Sumiko". Beautiful turnable BTW.
it looks like an oracle prelude.
Pbb

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.
The glass base it sits on says, “Premier Oracle Reference BRAS Pierre Lurne”. “Bras” is French for “arm”, so is it a “Pierre Lurne” tonearm?
I think Lloydc is right. Here is a link to info about the Pierre Lurne arm, including a link to an owner's manual (in French!):

http://www.vinylengine.com/library_model.php?make=Audiomeca%20/%20Pierre%20Lurne&selected_model=Arm%202

04-25-07: Lloydc
The glass base it sits on says, “Premier Oracle Reference BRAS Pierre Lurne”. “Bras” is French for “arm”, so is it a “Pierre Lurne” tonearm?

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:

http://www.vinylengine.com/library_model.php?make=Audiomeca%20/%20Pierre%20Lurne&selected_model=Arm%202

There's some good news and bad news: You can download the tonearm manual from that website, but it's in French.
looks a little like the Magnepan Unitrac.
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.