Audio-Technica replacement ATN-140ML stylus

Audio-Technica replacement ATN-140ML stylus


  • $199.00

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

  • • Audio-Technica replacement ATN-440MLb stylus for ATN-140ML stylus
  • • 0.12 mil Microline diamond tip for excellent reproduction of voice, sound, & harmonics
  • • 1.0 - 1.8 g tracking force
  • • Lightweight aluminum alloy cantilever
  • • Genuine made in Japan Audio-Technica stylus

The Audio-Technica ATN-140ML stylus is discontinued, the Audio-Technica ATN-440MLb is the new replacement.This product is no longer being  manufactured, please order adequate supply if necessary.

The Audio-Technica ATN-440MLb stylus is equipped with a 0.12 mil Microline shaped diamond, which provides superior tracing and tracking of record grooves producing excellent reproduction of sound, voice, & harmonics.

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

Stylus Upgrade Options
Premium Upgrade: ATN440MLa
Superior Upgrade: ATN150Sa
Ultimate Upgrade: ATN150MLX

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


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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