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Akai RS-100 RS-120 PC-100 replacement NEEDLE STYLUS N-45 V-45 ST-103 4707-DE

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Pfanstiehl
Compatible Model
Akai PC100
Country/Region of Manufacture
Switzerland
MPN
4707-DE
Accessory Type
Turntable Stylus
Type
Elliptical
Product Type
Turntable Needle
Compatible Brand
Akai

About this item

Phonograph needle replacement, Pfanstiehl 4707-DE, 707-DE.  Replacement for Acutex 306/II. Used in:  Akai PC-100 (RS-100, 120), Acutex, Hitachi SDT-7675, Magnavox, Penneys, Philips and Piezo cartridges.  Replaces:  Acutex 310/IIE, Acutex 320/III LPM, Hitachi DS-ST 103 and many others.  Used in: Hitachi SDT-7765 if you have the original cartridge supplied by the manufacturer.  Tip: .4 x .7 elliptical diamond.  Tracking force: 1-1/2 to 3 grams.  May be labeled Acutex...same needle.  Speeds: 16, 33 & 45 RPM.  New.

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