Elliptical stylus for Sony PS-LX66 PS LX66 PSLX66 turntable

Elliptical stylus for Sony PS-LX66 PS LX66 PSLX66 turntable

SKU: STPSLX0066E

  • $29.95

ELLIPTICAL STYLUS FOR SONY PS-LX66 PS LX66 PSLX66 TURNTABLE

The Sony PS-LX66 PS LX66 PSLX66 turntable was fitted with a Sony phono cartridge and a Sony CN-234E CN234E needle stylus. A photo of the stylus replacement is supplied above. The stylus features an elliptical diamond for superb tracking and tracing of record grooves. It results in finer detail and harmonically complete sound quality. The color of the stylus varies. Please verify and use this as a guide only since the cartridge and stylus may have been changed through the years.

If the stylus above differs from what you have, then it means you no longer have the fitted cartridge. For us to assist you further, we need the cartridge brand and model number. This info is usually inscribed on the cartridge and stylus.


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so good

so good to have one back after the puppy destroyed my other one

Stylus

Stylus was exactly what was needed. Really fast delivery. Quality transaction. Would order from again.

Dj Essential

I’ve been looking for a replacement stylus for the M44-7 ever since sure stopped production on the stylus. The JICO stylus is perfect fit. The sound quality and response are on point. I am a heavy scratcher and the stylus kept pace every step of the way and responded great!

Give new life to old records

It's been quite a while since I replaced the stylus on my V15 type III equipped Technics SL-Q2 turntable. In fact, the stylus I was replacing was a Shure VN35HE bought at a Radio Shack many years ago. My ears are getting pretty old, but it's really nice to hear some of my old records sounding like they used to. A huge improvement over the worn out Shure. And I think the $99 price is probably less than the inflation adjusted price I used to pay at Radio Shack. This is a bargain that makes my old records come alive! While CDs are easier, there are memories in those pops and clicks. :-)