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M855-DS77 PHONOGRAPH TURNTABLE STYLUS NEEDLE for Tetrad T10LD T20LD T1LD G1D

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Compatible Model
T1LD
MPN
A680D, 91
Compatible Brand
Tetrad
Country of Manufacture
United States
Type
Diamond
Brand
Transcriber (Audio Plus)

About this item

Phonograph needle, Transcriber (Audio Plus) 91, replaces Pfanstiehl M855-DS77.  Replaces: Pfanstiehl M855-DS77, M855-SS73, M855-DS73, Tetrad G1D, Tetrad 13D, Tetrad 13S, Tetrad 31D, Tetrad 33D, Tetrad 33S, Tetrad T1LD, Tetrad T10LD,Tetrad T20LD.  Used in:  Tetrad 2-13D, 6-13D, 8-13D, 6-33D, 8-33D; EV 5102, 3, 4; 5123, 5256; Admiral 409C78-1, -2, -3, -4, -9. 86-1, Motorola.  Tip materials:  .7 mil diamond, and .7 mil synthetic sapphire.  Speeds:  16, 33 & 45  RPM.  New old stock.  Color may be red or blue.

N736-SD, 901DS, 3314DS, AC399DS, T-4XSD, TD22073DS, PS 93, 629DS, W-31

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