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DIAMOND NEEDLE STYLUS for EMERSON DEJAY YORKS PENNEYS Concert Hall 722-D7

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Country/Region of Manufacture
Unknown
MPN
No. 205
Accessory Type
Needle Stylus
Brand
Transcriber
Type
Synthetic Sapphire
Country of Manufacture
United States

About this item

Phonograph needles, Transcriber No. 205, 722-D7.  Replaces:  Pfanstiehl 722-S1, 722-S7, 722-D1, 722-S1, CEC CZ-398-1, Chuo Denki Chuo Denshi 698.3, Toshiba N-20C;  Shinwa C398-1, Grand Prix, Emerson, Yorx, Emerson, Penneys, Yorks  Dejay, etc.  Used in:  CEC CZ-398-1, CEC PA-51M-15, Toshiba, Shinwa C398Z, Chuo Denshi MC-6.  Used in models:  Concert Hall 115, 120, 211, 226, 7420, 7421, 7422, 7423, 7424, 7425, 7426, 7427, 7428, 8122, Yorx M2462 Yorx M2501  Yorx HC3215; Emerson M2405  140.  Tip material:   Conical diamond.  Tip Radius:  7 mil.  Tracking Force:  3 to 5 grams.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  New old stock.

N698D  N698S  N-20c  N20c  2480D  SP957  S407  S480  S5485 722-S7  722-D7

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