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RECORD PLAYER STYLUS NEEDLE for SANYO FISHER STG-9 STG-10 736-D7K

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Pfanstiehl
Compatible Brand
For Sanyo
Compatible Model
STG10
Country/Region of Manufacture
Japan
MPN
736-D7K
Accessory Type
Cartridges, Stylus
Type
Conical diamond

About this item

Phonograph needle, Pfanstiehl 736-D7K.  Replaces:  Fisher Sanyo STG-9, STG-10, ST-44D, Sanyo ST44D, Sanyo ST-G11, Sanyo ST-G9, Sharp STY-147, Sharp STY-148, Sharp STY-149, Toshiba N-77C.  Used in Sanyo MG-9, Sanyo MG-17, Sanyo MG-10, Sharp 143, Toshiba C-77, Darling M22 cartridges.  Tracking force 5 to 7 grams.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  New old stock.  Manufactured in Japan.

Used in:

Toshiba PX-10 Toshiba px-220, Toshiba V200, Toshiba V-200L, Toshiba V-R100, Toshiba V-W100, Toshiba V-S30, Aiwa AN-10, Aiwa AN-20, Denon DSN-57, EV 3095D, Fisher cartridges M-1510, IM-1510, Fisher MG-9, Fisher MG-10, Fisher R-S07450, Nagatron CN-104, Nagatron CN-106, Sanyo ST-G11, Sany ST-G9, Sanyo cartridges MG-9, Sanyo MG-17-10, Sanyo MG-1710, replaces Sharp STY-147, Sharp STY-149, Sharp STY-149.

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