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EMPIRE S40 REPLACEMENT NEEDLE STYLUS for Empire 140C and Empire 247-D6 Cartridge

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Condition
Open box: An item in excellent, new condition with no wear. The item may be missing the original packaging or protective wrapping, or may be in the original packaging but not sealed. The item includes original accessor
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Brand
Empire
Compatible Brand
For Empire
Compatible Model
S40
MPN
247-D6
Type
Conical diamond
Accessory Type
Cartridges, Stylus
Product Type
Turntable Stylus

About this item

Phonograph needle stylus repackaged after-market Empire S40, cross-reference Pfanstiehl 247-D6. 

Used in Empire 140C, 245E cartridges.  Force:  1.75 Grams   Stylus shape:  conical diamond.  Cantilever: Tapered aluminum alloy.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  New old stock.  House packaged from bulk purchase.

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