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NEEDLE Stylus for Sony PSLX56 CN-230 CN234 CN-235 CN251 STY158 ST09 ST09D

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Item details

Condition
New
Country/Region of Manufacture
Switzerland
Modified Item
No

About this item

Stereo needle Pfanstiehl 901-D7, replaces:   Sanyo ST-868J, Sanyo Fisher ST-09, Crosley NP4, NP-4.  Used in:  Crosley CR245, CR246, CR249.  Also used in:  Sanyo DCX1000   DCX1050   DCX22   DCX702   DCX891   DCX900MD   DCX-901  DCX-W17  ST-09   ST-59U  ST-868J  ST-W40J.  Also SONY:  CN234  CN-234  CN251  CN-251  PSJ10  PSJ-10  PSJ20  PSJ-20  PSLX150  PS-LX150, PSLX150H  PS-LX150H, PSLX150M  PS-LX150M, PS-LX300H  PL-SX-44P  PS-LX46P  PS-LX49P  PS-LX52P  PS-LX56P  PS-LX56  PS-LX57  PS-LX66.  Also used in Soundlab and Numark and Kenwood (N69, P31) and many more.  Also used in ION TTUSB, ION TTUSB05, IO TTUSB10, LPDOCK, LP2CD, LP2FLASH, IPTUSB, AND ION PROFILE LP TURNTABLES.  Fits ICT04 CARTRIDGE.  Tip:  .7 mil diamond.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  New. 

901-D7 

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