Replacement for Pfanstiehl 848-D7 848D7 needle stylus

SKU: 848D7

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Replacement for Pfanstiehl 848-D7 848D7 needle stylus


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I able very impressed with this product and happy with professional service and speed of service.
Keep up the good work and will highly recommend your company.
Ron from Cincinnati.

The naming is confusing, but it is CFNT4PSE, and it is great.

I was super confused because of the naming; I can’t understand why they would name their styli to a specific cartridge when it is supported by all cartridges in the same family of cartridges. Anyways, great stylus, it was a definite step up from the AT85EP’s ATN85EP stylus.

Outstanding service - great product line

I'm thrilled my Shure V15 Type V cartridge lives on with the JICO neoSAS/S replacement stylus. This cartridge/stylus combo can be astoundingly beautiful or relentlessly truthful...This is the best mix of cartridge and stylus for a low mass tonearm (or as I like to say, a no mass tonearm, like mine) The fit and finish of the stylus is top notch. My old stylus is too worn to compare back to back with the JICO, but I gotta say, it's the best combo for reproducing the human voice regardless of the style of music. It's just natural sounding. If you've got an old Shure V15 kicking around, get yourself the JICO replacement stylus.

Outstanding service from LP Tunes. Ordered the stylus on Friday and the package was delivered on Monday...clear across the country. All Good

A Fine Cartridge for this Price

[playing two of these on Sansui SR636/Vincent PHO8 and Sansui FR5080/Sansui QRX6001 restored]

This seems to be a nicely made cartridge and stylus - and the stylus itself appears to be 'nude' as described and well shaped, under a low power microscope.
I initially set this to the top of the weight range indicated, for about 10 hours of playing, and then down to the recommended 1.3 grms.

At about 30-35 hours, this sounds very nice indeed - for classical records from several decades.
[Other cartridges I own: AT VM750SH, Ortofon Super OM/Shibata, Shure M91ED/Hi-Track and Vivid Line, Ortofon VMS/FineLine, Sansui SV40X/AT Shibata and Vivid Line]