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670-D7 NEEDLE STYLUS for Onkyo DN-18 DN-36 OC-18M Kenwood N-38 DSN-24

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Condition
New
Product Type
Phonographs & Accessories
Brand
house packaged Pfanstiehl
Phonograph Type
Record Player Needle

About this item

Phonograph needle replacement, house packaged Pfanstiehl 670-D7.  Replaces: Yamaha N-5500, N5500, 670-D7.  Replaces:  Denon DSN-24 DSN24, Kenwood N-38, N38, Sony ND-124  ND-125  ND125P  Nd-126  ND-131  ND-132  ND-124P  ND-125G  ND-126G  ND-126GA  ND-127E  ND-131G  ND-132G  ND-132GA  NS-12  Audio Technica AT-55  Columbia DSN-24  JVC  DT-12  Onkyo  DN-36  DN36  DN-18 DN18  DN-24 DN24 Sansui SC50  SV50  SN33  SN50  Sanyo  ST25J  Toshiba N-13C  N-13D  Yamaha N-5500.  Used in:  Sony V6-1200G  VG-266  VM-21  VM-21P  VM21P  VM-22  VM-226  VM-22P  VM-24P  VM-266   NS-12  VM-1200G  Toshiba C-27M  Yamaha C6-5500  Audio Technica AT-4  Denon GM-20  JM-11  Kenwood V-3G  Onkyo  OC-18M  OC-24M OC-36M  Sanyo MG-25J  ST25J..  Tip:  .0007 diamond.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  House packaged new old stock. 

RS1056 N1500  N1512  N1552  N1553  N1562  N1602  N1603  N1611  PM2305D  PM2472D  A605  SP814

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