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VL-38GA SONY STYLUS NEEDLE ND-138G ND-147G NEEDLE 710-D3 78 RPM

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Item details

Condition
New
UPC
Does not apply
Brand
Pfanstiehl
Compatible Model
ND138G ND147G
Country/Region of Manufacture
Switzerland
MPN
710-D3
Accessory Type
Cartridges, Stylus
Modified Item
No
Custom Bundle
No
Compatible Brand
Audio Technica
Product Type
Turntable Stylus
Non-Domestic Product
No
Type
conical diamond

About this item

Phonograph needle, Pfanstiehl 710-D3, replaces:  Akai RS85, 216-D6C, ATN-3400, ATN3400, Used in Audio Technica AT-3400 AT3400 cartridge, Kenwood N-52, Yamaha N6700.  Also used in Audio Technica AT-95E,  JVC MD-1038, DT-38  Onkyo  Panasonic  Sanyo  Sharp  Sony ND138G, ND-138G, ND147G, ND-147G, 710-d7 Toshiba  AT-3400  AT3400.  Tip:  3 mil diamond.  Speeds 78 RPM only.  New in Pfanstiehl black box.

If your cartridge has not been changed by a dealer or user, this needle is used in the following Sony models:

Sony F-200, Sony HMK-300, Sony HMK-3000, Sony HMK-3030, Sony JJ-700, Sony PS-252, Sony PS-LX1, Sony PX-150, Sony PS-350, Sony F-200, Sony PS-252, Sony PS-LX-300, Sony PS-LX-350, and many more.  

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Model numbers are provided in manufacturer's references for the cartridge they installed in those models.  If the cartridge has been changed by a dealer or user, this needle will not be correct for the model numbers listed, as it is the cartridge that determines what needle is needed.  Be sure it looks like your old needle.