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STYLUS NEEDLE for BSR ST4 ST5 ST6 ST8 ST9 ST10 ST11 BSR ST-8 9 10 RS-110

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Compatible Model
BSR SC5H
Country/Region of Manufacture
Unknown
MPN
No 110
Compatible Brand
BSR
Accessory Type
Phonograph needle
Type
Diamond
Brand
Transcriber

About this item

Phonograph needle Transcriber No 110, replaces Pfanstiehl 272-DS77.  Replaces Radio Shack RS-110, BSR ST-9, ST-8, ST-10, ST-11, ST12, ST-23 (Single tip).  Used in:  SC5H, SX1H, SX2H, SX1M, SX5M, X1H, X1HE, X2H, X3H, X4H, X5H, X1M, X3M, X5M, etc.  P-124 thru P-130.  SX-6M One Piece, plastic.  Tips:  .7 mil diamond and .7 mil synthetic sapphire.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  House packaged.  Color may be gray, black or white. If ST numbers are imprinted, they may vary.  New old stock.

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