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PHONOGRAPH TURNTABLE STYLUS NEEDLE for Kenwood/Trio N47 V47 Sharp STY-101 716-D7

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Pfanstiehl
Compatible Brand
For Kenwood
Compatible Model
N-47 etc
Country/Region of Manufacture
Japan
MPN
716-D7
Accessory Type
Cartridges, Stylus
Type
Diamond Needle
Product Type
Phonograph Needle

About this item

Phonograph needle replacement, Pfanstiehl 716-D7.  Replaces:  Kenwood (Trio) N-45, N-47, N-54. Sharp STY-101, STY101, STY-111, STY111.  Used in:  Sharp 1122, Kenwood/Trio KD1022, KD1033, KD2000, KD2070, KD2077 and many more.  Tip:  .7 mil Diamond.  Tracking Force:  1-1/2 to 2-1/2 grams.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  Top quality, made in Japan.  New old stock.

This needle is referenced by the manufacturer to fit the cartridge they used in the model.  Sometimes cartridges have been changed.  If it does not look like your old needle it will not fit.  We would need to know a cartridge number from your installed cartridge or have a close-up picture of your old needle out of the player.

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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.