For all those who like to play a little. A little simulation of the new DTT-05.
It takes a moment for the animation to build up.
How to play
Turn: Press the right mouse button and move the mouse.
Zoom: press right mouse button and scroll wheel
Operation: Press the control elements with the left mouse button.
Camera positions: Buttons 1,2 and 3
On my tablet it doesn't want to fully load up.
On my laptop (pad, no mouse), it loads but it doesn't move.
Do I need to connect my mouse?
Edit: Yes, I had to connect my mouse; then I can move the arm in various positions.
...Frontal, sideways, views from the top, underneath...
And pressing the control buttons on the arm the red digits move very slightly.
Best would be to buy the tonearm and get it installed on my TT so that I can see much better how it performs and hear the sound coming out.
I'll check my bank account first ...
The pre-drilled holes for additional arm base of AF1P are located on the side of the plinth in the rear where my previous picture show. I dont see anyway for you to put your arm where the two renderings showed without drilling the plinth. The AF1 owners are unlikely to do that. The way I see is you can only put your arm directly in the back using the pre-drilled holes. And it would then be a single arm tt. But maybe that's all the owner ever needs.
Not mentioning name of any particular pivot arms that suppose to track laterally. I am sure you have seen them. In your opinion, strictly designwise, are they less accurate in doing perpendicular thing comparing to yours and why? And with your arm am I wrong to assume that the vta and azimuth are auto-adjusted by laser reading.
I think that starting from the pre-drilled holes a special carrying angle = tonearm base has to be made.
To do this I would have to try to determine the exact dimensions of an AF1.
Maybe I will find a customer here in Germany who owns an AF1.
All this is still theory today but I think everything is possible if it becomes more concrete.
To your other Questions:
The VTA angle can be changed manually during playback.
The azimuth can be changed manually on the head shell.