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Diamond Stylus Needle for CROSLEY CR-27 CR-43 CR-44 CR-48C CR-46C CR-49B CR-49T

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Item details

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Compatible Model
Denon JC27
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Country of Manufacture
United States
Conical Diamond
Accessory Type
Product Type
Phonograph needle
Compatible Brand
Crosley, Denon, Penney, etc.

About this item

Stereo needle, Pfanstiehl 793-D7M, replaces 793-D7.  Replaces Denon JC-27, Teac STL-103. Used in Jensen JTA 230, Jensen JTA 450, Jensen JTA 460, Jensen JTA 475, Denon SJN-68, J C Penney models 1954, 1979, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1748, 1758, 1798, 1806.  Also used in Crosley CR40, CR43, CR44, CR44cd, CR46, CR47, CR48, CR49, CR50, CR53, CR66, CR67, CR69, CR70, CR73, CR74, CR75, CR76, CR77, CR78, CR79, CR80, CR87CD, CR88, CR248, CR711, CR712, CR704, and more, TEAC SL-A100 and others, Lloyds, Newport, Philco, Lawton, Emerson, Memorex, Leetac, Coca Cola Crate, Stack-O-matic, Yorks, Soundesign, Radio Shack, Pioneer, Hitachi, Magnavox, Panasonic, Crown, Fisher, GE, Yorx, Innovative Technology Victrola VTA-200B and many more Nostalgia Record Players.  Tip:  .7 mil diamond.  This upgrade has the metal cantilever.  Speeds: 33 & 45 RPM.  New.  793-D7M

Crown: CD2000S, MZ2100, MZ1100, Columbia - Denon: SJN68, C.E.C: MC392, 

Sanyo: ST05D, STWW3, ST40D, ST707J, Philips: F1650, Sharp: STY146, STY159, 

STY156, Toshiba: N73C, Goldstar: STY146, Glenwood: STY146, AIWA: STY146, 

TEAC: P35, P90, Sherwood: DM215, Samsung: SML8550, VIP300, VIP330, 

Realistic Tandy: Clarinette 121, Clarinette 122

Used in Cartridges:
Sanyo: MG05
Philips: CZ800.1
Sharp: GSTV5-8
Goldstar: GCD21P
Used in models with original cartridge:

Akai: ACM58, ACM345, ACSM333, ACM548, ACSM333, APM111, APM121CD, 

APM222, APM333, APM340, APM525CD, APM636CD

AIWA: MG2801

Crown: MZ1100, MZ2100, CD2000S

Sanyo: GXT180, GXT215, GXT707, GXT747, GXT757, GXT818, GXT828, 

GXT909, GXT949, TPX600

Philips: AS645, AS660, AS665, CZ800.1, EAK1009, EAK1011, EAK1022, F1275, 

F1375, FP1650, FP9300, FP9400, FP9410, FP9513, FP9600, FP9650, SA9300, 

SC1003, SC1095, SE7WT, MZ1000, MZ7347, TTXC1, XA5, XA8, XA55, XA500, 

XB1P, XB1529, XB7002, XB8004, XC1PB, XC109ST, XC1003, AS680C
Sharp: CMS250, CM750D, DX450, GSTV5, RP304, DM215, SG46, SG550, SG750, 

SGF50, System46

Toshiba: SL3127, SL3147

Glenwood: GCD21P

Jensen Audio: JTA300, JT450

TEAC: DCD2750, DCD2830, DCD2930, JC10, JC15, JC16, JC30, JC32, JC35, 

JC39, JC40, MXD10, P35, P90, GF350, DCD6300, STL153, STL103, GF350, 


Sherwood: DM215

Realistic Tandy: Clarinette 121, Clarinette 122, Clarinette 123, M3500, 


PYE: C800.01, EAK1005A, EAK1010, EAK1011, EAK1022, EAK1023, KM2, 

KM2000, KM3000, KM4000, LX1000, LX1250, LX1400, LX1500, LX1750, MD1, 

MD2, MD3, MD2650, MD2700, MD3700, MD4700, MG1A, MG3, MG5, MG6, 

MG1400, MG2000, MG3200, MG4300, MG4400, MG4976, MG5400, MG6972, 

MS4200, MS4344, MZ4, MZ4E, MZ8P, MZ1000, MZ4200, TTXC, XB1P

Thomson: TH632

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