Shure N35S needle stylus for Shure M-35S cartridge

Shure N35S needle stylus for Shure M-35S cartridge

SKU: SHSM0035S

  • $109.99

SHURE N35S NEEDLE STYLUS FOR SHURE M-35S CARTRIDGE

The Shure N35S needle stylus is specifically designed for the Shure M-35S M 35S M35S phono cartridge.

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Jon S (Irvington, US)
Just what I needed

I bought not one but 2 Shure styluses (styli?) out of fear they won’t be available next time I need a replacement. Hassle free and no complaints.

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Albert Zerhusen (Independence, US)
Excellent Stylus

My previous stylus was damaged during my last move. Purchased the Shute N35S because it is affordable and is an excellent stylus.

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Justin Carline (Endeavour Hills, AU)
Shure M35s

Excellent service, two weeks delivery to Melbourne, Australia. Thank you.


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Worked perfect

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I don't know what you receive my previous email. But the needle was broke off the stylus. Beside the point it didn't fit anyway. So is what I need is a stylus and a cartridge that is compatible with my turntable. Thank you look forward to hearing back from you

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