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Lot PHONOGRAPH TURNTABLE NEEDLE STYLUS for Toshiba N20C Toshiba N-20C 722-D7

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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
GE
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
MPN
N1751-1S
Type
Synthetic sapphire
Country of Manufacture
United States
Compatible Brand
Toshiba
Accessory Type
Cartridges, Stylus

About this item

Phonograph needles, lot of four (4), genuine branded Astatic N1751-1S.  Replaces:  Pfanstiehl 722-D7, 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 synthetic sapphire.  Tip Radius:  1 mil.  Tracking Force:  3 to 5 grams.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  Four needles will be shipped in one box.  House packaged.  New old stock.

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