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N1740-D7 TURNTABLE STYLUS NEEDLE for Sanyo Fisher ST29D MG-29 ST55D

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
GE
Compatible Brand
For Sanyo
Compatible Model
Kenwood N-51
MPN
NL1740-D7
Accessory Type
Cartridges, Stylus
Product Type
Turntable needle
Type
Conical diamond
Color
Transparent

About this item

Phonograph needle replacement, generic NL1740-D7.  Replaces: Audio Empire S105, S-105, S205, S-205, Sanyo Fisher ST-29D, ST-29G, ST-55D, ST55D, ST57, ST-57, ST57D, ST-57D; Toshiba N15, N-15, N-15C, N-50, N-50C, N-51, N15C, N50, N50C, N51;  Denon DSN-67, DSN67;  Kenwood N51, N-51/MkIII Pfanstiehl 740-D7.  Used in: Audio Empire 105LT, 105-LT, 205LT, 205-LT, Sanyo-Fisher cartridge MG-29, MG-29E, MG-29G, MG-55D; Toshiba C-50, C-50M, C-51M, Kenwood V-51, V51 cartridges.   Tip: .7 mil transparent diamond.  Tracking force:  1 to 3 grams.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.   New.  Made in China.

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