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TURNTABLE RECORD NEEDLE FOR Kenwood N51 N-51/MkIII Sanyo-Fisher mg-29

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Item details

Condition
Open box: An item in excellent, new condition with no wear. The item may be missing the original packaging or protective wrapping, or may be in the original packaging but not sealed. The item includes original accessor
UPC
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Brand
GE
Compatible Brand
For Empire
Compatible Model
Empire S105, S-105, S205, S-205
MPN
Does Not Apply
Type
Conical diamond
Accessory Type
Cartridges, Stylus
Product Type
Turntable needle

About this item

Phonograph needle replacement, 740-D7.  Replaces: Audio Empire S105, S-105, S205, S-205, Sanyo Fisher ST-29D, ST-29G, ST-55D, ST55D, ST57D, ST-57D; Toshiba N15, N-15, N-15C, N-50, N-50C, N-51, N15C, N50, N50C, N51;  Denon DSN-67, DSN67;  Kenwood N51, N-51/MkIII.  Used in: Audio Empire 105LT, 105-LT, 205LT, 205-LT, Sanyo-Fisher cartridge MG-29, MG-29E, MG-29G, MG-55D; Toshiba C-50M, C-51M, Kenwood V-51, V51 cartridges.   Tip: .7 mil diamond.  Tracking force:  1 to 3 grams.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.   Color may be orange, red or dark red.  New.

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