Stereo needle, Pfanstiehl 793-D7M, replaces 793-D7 and is used in many Crosley and nostalgia record player brands. Tip: .7 mil diamond. This upgrade has the metal cantilever. Speeds: 33 & 45 RPM. New in Pfanstiehl box.
Also used for:
Crown: CD2000S, MZ2100, MZ1100, Columbia - Denon: SJN68, C.E.C: MC392,
Sanyo: ST05D, STWW3, ST40D, ST707J, Philips: F1650, Sharp: STY146, STY159,
STY156, Toshiba: N73C, Goldstar: STY146, Glenwood: STY146, AIWA: STY146,
TEAC: P35, P90, Sherwood: DM215, Samsung: SML8550, VIP300, VIP330,
Realistic Tandy: Clarinette 121, Clarinette 122
Used in Cartridges:
Used in models with original cartridge:
Akai: ACM58, ACM345, ACSM333, ACM548, ACSM333, APM111, APM121CD,
APM222, APM333, APM340, APM525CD, APM636CD
Crown: MZ1100, MZ2100, CD2000S
Sanyo: GXT180, GXT215, GXT707, GXT747, GXT757, GXT818, GXT828,
GXT909, GXT949, TPX600
Philips: AS645, AS660, AS665, CZ800.1, EAK1009, EAK1011, EAK1022, F1275,
F1375, FP1650, FP9300, FP9400, FP9410, FP9513, FP9600, FP9650, SA9300,
SC1003, SC1095, SE7WT, MZ1000, MZ7347, TTXC1, XA5, XA8, XA55, XA500,
XB1P, XB1529, XB7002, XB8004, XC1PB, XC109ST, XC1003, AS680C
Sharp: CMS250, CM750D, DX450, GSTV5, RP304, DM215, SG46, SG550, SG750,
Toshiba: SL3127, SL3147
Jensen Audio: JTA300, JT450
TEAC: DCD2750, DCD2830, DCD2930, JC10, JC15, JC16, JC30, JC32, JC35,
JC39, JC40, MXD10, P35, P90, GF350, DCD6300, STL153, STL103, GF350,
Realistic Tandy: Clarinette 121, Clarinette 122, Clarinette 123, M3500,
PYE: C800.01, EAK1005A, EAK1010, EAK1011, EAK1022, EAK1023, KM2,
KM2000, KM3000, KM4000, LX1000, LX1250, LX1400, LX1500, LX1750, MD1,
MD2, MD3, MD2650, MD2700, MD3700, MD4700, MG1A, MG3, MG5, MG6,
MG1400, MG2000, MG3200, MG4300, MG4400, MG4976, MG5400, MG6972,
MS4200, MS4344, MZ4, MZ4E, MZ8P, MZ1000, MZ4200, TTXC, XB1P
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