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STYLUS NEEDLE 78 RPM replaces NP4 NP-4 Sanyo Fisher ST-09D ST09D 78 RPM

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Pfanstiehl
Compatible Model
Crosley NP4, NP-4
Country/Region of Manufacture
Switzerland
MPN
901-D3
Model
78 RPM
Non-Domestic Product
No
Modified Item
No
Type
Conical diamond
Custom Bundle
No
Compatible Brand
ION ITTUSB05, ITTUSB10, ITTUSB

About this item

Stereo needle Pfanstiehl 901-D3, 78 RPM needle for: ION ITTUSB05, ITTUSB10,  ITTUSB, ITTCD10, TTUSB05, TTUSB, TTUSB10  LPDOCK, and more.  Crosley NP4, NP-4.  Used in Crosley CR245, CR246, CR249.  Also used in:  Fisher MT420, Sanyo DCX1000   DCX1050   DCX22   DCX702   DCX891   DCX900MD   DCX-901  DCX-W17  ST-09   ST-59U  ST-868J  ST-W40J.  Also SONY:  CN-234  CN-251  PSJ-10  PSJ-20  PS-LX150, PS-LX150H, PS-LX150M, PS-LX300H  PL-SX-44P  PS-LX46P  PS-LX49P  PS-LX52P  PS-LX56P  PS-LX56  PS-LX57  PS-LX66.  Tip:  3 mil diamond.  Speeds:  78 RPM.  New. 

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