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TURNTABLE STYLUS NEEDLE DSN-81 replaces Technica ATN-3606 for Kenwood P-66 N-77

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Pfanstiehl
Compatible Model
ATN3606
MPN
DSN81
Compatible Brand
Audio Technica
Compatible Product Line
For Audio Technica
Type
Conical diamond
Accessory Type
Turntable stylus

About this item

Phonograph needle, stylus, Pfanstiehl DSN81, replaces Chuo Denshi CN246, CN252, Denon DSN-81, DSN81,

Garrard CN105 Garrard CN-246, Garrard CN-105, Garrard CN246,

Kenwood N-77, Kenwood N77, Kenwood P28,

Kenwood P28P, Kenwood P29, Kenwood

P38, Kenwood P58, Kenwood P87, Kenwood P66,

Kenwood P77, Kenwood Trio N-77, Kenwood Trio N77,

 Mitsubishi MGA LT603, Akai.  Used in:  Audio Technica AT3606, Garrard 1212, Soundesign, Teac, Denon DP-25F,DP-26F, DP-27R.  Tip:  .7 mil diamond.  Speeds:  33 & 45 RPM.  New in the Pfanstiehl black box, manufactured in Switzerland.

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