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NL767-D7 NEEDLE TURNTABLE STYLUS for SHURE N-95 N95ED M95 M-95ED CARTRIDGE

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
GE
Compatible Brand
For Shure
Compatible Model
Shure
MPN
NL767-D7
Model
For Shure N95
Custom Bundle
No
Modified Item
No
Type
conical diamond
Cartridge Type
Magnetic
Country//Region of Manufacture
China

About this item

Stereo stylus, generic NL767-D7, 767-D7, replaces: Shure, N95-ED, Shure N-95-DE, Shure N95, Shure N-95HE, Shure N-95EJ, Radio Shack RS-9000.  Used in:  Shure M95, Shure M95ED, Shure  M-95ED, Shure M95, Shure M-95HE, Shure M-95EJ, Shure M-95G, Shure AM-99ED, Shure C-965, Shure E-945, Shure EC-22, Shure EC-095ED, Shure EL-965, Shure M-83PED, Shure M-96EDT2, Shure M-095, Shure M-105EG, Shure M-115ED, Shure M-250ED, Shure M-295ED, Shure M-495ED, Shure M-595, Shure Pro-95, Shure R-9000E, Shure R-9000LWS, Shure RD-195, Shure RM-950ED, Shure RS-9E, Shure SB-59DE, Shure TX-9E, Shure W-950ED, Shure Z-959ED, Shure 395-ED.  Tip: .7 mil transparent conical diamond. Made in China. Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM only.  

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