Audio-Technica ATN-20 ATN20 phonograph needle stylus

Audio-Technica ATN20 stylus

SKU: ATN20

  • $309.99

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AUDIO-TECHNICA ATN-20 ATN20 NEEDLE STYLUS

The Audio-Technica ATN-20 ATN20 needle stylus is no longer available from Audio-Technica, but we have a few units available for those committed to the exquisite sound of the Audio-Technica AT-20SL AT20SL and Audio-Technica AT-20SLA AT20SLA phono cartridges. The stylus featured a nude Shibata diamond mounted on a tapered aluminum alloy cantilever for superior tracking and tracing of record grooves. It offered excellent rendition of voice and music with harmonically complete sound quality. The stylus was made in Japan by Audio-Technica.

Audio-Technica Stylus Specifications
- Generating element: Dual moving magnet
- Frequency response: 5Hz-50kHz
- Output voltage @ 1kHz,5cm/sec: 2.7mV
- Channel separation @ 1kHz/10kHz: 30/25dB
- Channel balance: 0.75dB
- Stylus shape: Shibata
- Stylus construction: Nude
- Cantilever: Tapered
- Tracking force: 0.75-1.75 g


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