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PFANSTIEHL 4209-D6T for Sony ND-5 ND-7 7G VL-5 DN-202 Sanyo ST-53D Akai RS-90

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Type
Needle
Brand
Pfanstiehl
Compatible Brand
For Sony
Compatible Model
ND5G
Country/Region of Manufacture
Switzerland
MPN
4209-D6T

About this item

Phonograph needle, stylus, Pfanstiehl 4209-D6T, 209-D6T.  Replaces:  Onkyo DN-201, DN-202, Aiwa AN-7, AN7, Akai RS-90, Akai PC-90, Panasonic EPS-76ST, EPS-76STSD, EPS-76STED, Fisher ST53D, ST-53D, ST53ZD, ST-53ZD, Sony ND5, ND7E, ND-5, ND-5G, ND-7E.  Used in: Sony VL5, VL-5, VL7, VL7E, VL-7E cartridges.  Used in: Panasonic EPC-76SMAD, EPC-76SMED, Technics PC-90, Sony models PS-LX2, PSLX2, PSLX3, PS-LX3, PS-LX4, PSLX4, PSLX5, PS-LX5, PS-LX7, PSLX7, PSLX22, PSLX33, PS-LX22, PS-LX33, and many other models.  Replaces:  Audio Technica ATN3710, ATN-3710.  Used in: Audio Technica cartridges:  AT3710, AT-3710, AT3711, AT-3711, and more.  Also used in: Akai, Onkyo, Sanyo Fisher, Akai APD30, and other players.  Tip:  .6 mil diamond.  Tracking force: 2 to 3 grams.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  New.

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