Caroles Needles, Stereoneedleslady

Record Player turntable phonograph stylus needles and cartridges

PHONOGRAPH RECORD PLAYER NEEDLE for Euphonics E1 E2 E3 E7 180 fits Zenith 460-D7

$7.55
$7.95
 
Quantity:
Add to cart
S l1600
  • PHONOGRAPH RECORD PLAYER NEEDLE for Euphonics E1 E2 E3 E7 180 fits Zenith 460-D7 image 1
  • PHONOGRAPH RECORD PLAYER NEEDLE for Euphonics E1 E2 E3 E7 180 fits Zenith 460-D7 image 2
1 of 2
Payment options
PayPal
Shipping options
Estimated to arrive by Fri, Sep 25th

This estimate is based on:

  • The seller's handling time
  • USPS First Class Mail (2 to 3 business days) transit time to US

Actual delivery times may vary. Have shipping questions? Contact the seller

FREE via USPS First Class Mail (2 to 3 business days) to United States
Quantity Available
8 in stock
Return policy
Returns Accepted Learn more »

Item details

Condition
Open box: An item in excellent, new condition with no wear. The item may be missing the original packaging or protective wrapping, or may be in the original packaging but not sealed. The item includes original accessor
UPC
Does not apply
Compatible Model
Zenith 142-110, 142-111
MPN
460-D7
Brand
Repackaged Pfanstiehl
Type
Diamond
Accessory Type
Phonograph Needle
Compatible Brand
Euphonics 180, 181, 183, E7
Country of Manufacture
United States

About this item

Record player phonograph needle repackaged Pfanstiehl 460-D7, replaces:  N325-7d, Euphonics 180, 181, 183, E7, Magnavox 560723, 560725.  Used in Euphonics E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4 and other cartridges; Magnavox, Zenith 142-110, 142-111; Jensen J43.  Tip:  .7 mil synthetic sapphire.  Speeds:  16, 33 & 45 RPM.  House packaged.  New old stock.

WB

Search my store titles and descriptions.  Enter your needle no., cartridge no., or brand name.  E-mail for further help.


IF YOU ARE PURCHASING A NEEDLE

Model numbers are provided in manufacturer's references for the cartridge they installed in those models.  If the cartridge has been changed by a dealer or user, this needle will not be correct for the model numbers listed, as it is the cartridge that determines what needle is needed.  Be sure it looks like your old needle.