Graham Engineering Phantom III 9" Tonearm (SME Fixed Mount)

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The Graham Phantom III Tonearm features an updated armwand with new internal wiring and improved bearing housing!

In designing their newest tonearm, the Phantom III, Graham Engineering knew it had to be far superior not only to other fine tonearms available, but also to Graham's Model 2.2, Original Phantom, Phantom II & Phantom II Supreme. If it weren't, there would be no reason to continue the project! The final result, the Phantom III, has exceeded even their highest expectations. To come straight to the point: the Graham Phantom III has surpassed the venerable 2.2 & older Phantom models in every area of performance! The Phantom III simply is in another, far higher, plane of performance!

"...The baseline performace of the Phantom III is outstanding. With such a tonearm, connected cartridges are more likely to show their individual characters more clearly--and recorded music is more likely to sound its best." - AJ, The Absolute Sound, Issue 291

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