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Pfanstiehl 793-D7 STYLUS NEEDLE FOR NP-1 in Teac DC2900 GF30 Teac GF180 GF300

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Pfanstiehl
Country/Region of Manufacture
Switzerland
MPN
793-D7M
Country of Manufacture
Switzerland
Type
Conical Diamond
Compatible Brand
Teac

About this item

Phonograph needle, Pfanstiehl 793-D7 can be used in Retro Alta, Vestax, Vestax Handytrax USB portables.  Replaces:   replaces J C Penney 1281-4315.  Used in J C Penney models 1954, 1979, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1748, 1758, 1798, 1806.  Also used in Crosley CR-27, Crosley CR-40, Crosley CR-43, Crosley CR-44, Crosley CR46C, Crosley CR-48C, Crosley CR-49B, Crosley CR-49TA, Crosley CR-49TW, Crosley CR-53, Crosley CR-66, Crosley CR-67, Crosley CR-69, Crosley CR-70, Crosley CR-73, Crosley CR-77D, Crosley CR 78D, Crosley CR-79, Crosley CR-711, Crosley CR-704, Crosley CR-712CD, Philips AS-9400, Teac, Newport, Philco, Lawton, Emerson, Memorex, Leetac, Coca Cola Crate, Stack-O-Matic, Yorks, Soundesign, Radio Shack, Pioneer, Hitachi, Magnavox, Panasonic, Crown, Fisher, GE, and many more Nostalgia Record Players.  Speeds: 33, & 45 RPM.  New.  793-D7. 

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