Caroles Needles, Stereoneedleslady

Record Player turntable phonograph stylus needles and cartridges

PHONOGRAPH TURNTABLE STYLUS NEEDLE for Tenorel 2001 for Goldring D110 848-D7

$24.70
$24.95
 
Quantity:
Add to cart
S l1600
  • PHONOGRAPH TURNTABLE STYLUS NEEDLE for Tenorel 2001 for Goldring D110 848-D7 image 1
  • PHONOGRAPH TURNTABLE STYLUS NEEDLE for Tenorel 2001 for Goldring D110 848-D7 image 2
  • PHONOGRAPH TURNTABLE STYLUS NEEDLE for Tenorel 2001 for Goldring D110 848-D7 image 3
  • PHONOGRAPH TURNTABLE STYLUS NEEDLE for Tenorel 2001 for Goldring D110 848-D7 image 4
1 of 4
Payment options
PayPal
Shipping options
Estimated to arrive by Fri, Dec 13th

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
2 in stock
Return policy
Returns Accepted Learn more »

Item details

Condition
New
Speed
33 & 45 rpm
Brand
Astatic, Tenorel
Product Type
Phonographs & Accessories

About this item

Replacement phonograph needle, stylus, Pfanstiehl 848-D7, replaces Tenorel N-2001, Goldring D110.  Used in:   Tenorel 2001, Tenorel T2001D, Tenorel T2001ED, Astatic MF-100, Astatic MF-200, Astatic MF-300, Astatic MF-400.  Used in Bush 3082, Bush 3649, Bush 630S, Ferguson 250, Ferguson 3949, Ferguson 3955, Ferguson Studio 15, Ferguson Studio 250, Ferguson System 25, Garrard 630S and other brand turntables.  Tip:  .7 mil diamond.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM. New.


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.