Audio-Technica ATN-14 ATN14 needle stylus (Discontinued, see Related Products)

Audio-Technica ATN-14 ATN14 needle stylus (Discontinued, see Related Products)

SKU: ATN14-OR

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AUDIO-TECHNICA ATN-14 ATN 14 ATN14 NEEDLE STYLUS

The Audio-Technica ATN-14 ATN14 needle stylus is no longer available from Audio-Technica but we have a few original units available for those committed to the exquisite sound of the Audio-Technica AT-14Sa AT-14Sa phono cartridge, its variants and as an upgrade for the Audio-Technica AT-13Ea AT13Ea phono cartridge. The stylus featured a nude Shibata diamond mounted on a tapered aluminum alloy cantilever for superlative tracing of record grooves and reduced distortion and record wear. It resulted in excellent musical accuracy, naturally sweet tone and complete harmonic integrity. The stylus was made in Japan by Audio-Technica.


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Great Service

Quick, responsive and accurate service. I will definitely order from LP Tunes again.

5/5

Crosley CR-6249 turntable belt replacement

This is great sounding stylus!

Great service and help! Thanks

Huge improvement

Have been listening to the stylus for two hours and am delighted with the results - significant gains in clarity and transparency.

Stanton 681eee Vivid Line

I have been using this on my Stanton 680 cartridge with great success. Very smooth and articulate. This stylus is much better than the generic .2 x.7 stylus I was using. Alignment was slightly difficult but a small bubble level helped. Why Stanton/Pickering made a cartridge body with thin metal screw mounts is a puzzle. You have to make sure the cartridge is perpendicular to the record surface. Over the years I have seen some cartridges with a tilt between the body and mount. I am sure the LPTunes Shibata stylus for the Stanton 680/681 would sound better, but for my use the Vivid Line stylus is more than adequate