LP Tunes 78 RPM Replacement for jWIN 402-M208-165 stylus

SKU: JWIN402M208165W

  • $19.95

Before ordering, compare with your stylus. If different, see product description.

Details
  • • LP Tunes 78 RPM Replacement for jWIN 402-M208-165 stylus
  • • 3.0 mil diamond specifically for 78 RPM records
  • • Enhanced accuracy for tracking and tracing of record grooves
  • • Lightweight plastic cantilever
  • • Made in Japan by specialized artisans

LP TUNES 78 RPM REPLACEMENT FOR jWIN 402-M208-165 STYLUS

 

The 78 RPM replacement for the jWIN 402-M208-165 stylus is equipped with a 3.0 mil polished diamond. This stylus is designed specifically for correct tracing of the wide grooves of 78 RPM records while providing minimum abrasion and maximum sound reproduction.

The color of this stylus has changed over the years. Please be sure to compare your stylus with this stylus before ordering. Do not order this stylus if it looks different than the stylus that you have.

If you are unsure if this is the correct stylus please contact us here

For enhancements to sound quality and fidelity please refer to the Related Products below.

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Grado 8MZ for my older ZF1 Grado cartridge

Grado 8MZ for my older ZF1 Grado cartridge Fits like a charm and sounds awesome, clarity and great bass and highs and lows. Great choice for alternative stylus .

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Waiting still.

The belt just crossed the Canadian border today. It may take another week before getting to my home. Wait and see...

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Saved a wonderful turntable and cartridge

I found a Dual CS508 ULM turntable at the local Thrift Store. It still had the AT cartridge installed utilizing the Dual 1/2" adapter. I made a simple repair but upon testing, the cartridge had no output. I removed the headshell adapter and found that "fatigue" had cause the adapter to crack causing a loss of contact with the tonearm connection. I had bought to 1/2" adapters from ebay and transferred the AT cartridge to the new adapter and mounted it back on the tonearm. The turntabled played perfectly. As a matter of protocol, I ordered a new stylus from LP Tunes that fit perfectly. Thank you for still having this stylus in stock.