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STY-129 NEEDLE STYLUS for TT-353 253 N-8100 CG-8100 Sanyo STP-50J N64 799-D7

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Pfanstiehl
Compatible Brand
For Kenwood
Compatible Model
V-64
Country/Region of Manufacture
Switzerland
MPN
Does Not Apply
Accessory Type
Phonograph Needle
Type
Conical diamond

About this item

Phonograph needle Pfanstiehl 799-D7.  Replaces:  Sharp STY-129, STY129, STY-133, STY133, STY-139, STY139, Kenwood N-64, N64, N-64C, N64C, Marantz CTS-143, CTS-243, TT-253, TT-353, Sanyo STP-50J, Toshiba N-78D, N78D, Yamaha N-8100, N8100 .  Used in:  Sharp 129, 133 and 139, Kenwood V-64, V64, Toshiba C-78, C78, Yamaha CG-8100, CG8100 cartridges.  Tip:  .7 mil diamond.  Tracking force:  2-1/2 to 3-1/2 grams.  Speeds:  16, 33 & 45 RPM.  New in Pfanstiehl box.

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