Stylus for Fisher ACS-8737 ACS 8737 ACS8737 turntable

Stylus for Fisher ACS-8737 ACS 8737 ACS8737 turntable

SKU: FSACS8737

  • $22.95

STYLUS FOR FISHER ACS-8737 ACS 8737 ACS8737 TURNTABLE

The Fisher ACS-8737 ACS 8737 ACS8737 turntable was fitted with a Fisher MG-09 MG09 phono cartridge and a Fisher ST-09D ST09D needle stylus. A photo of the stylus replacement is supplied above. The stylus features a conical diamond for long playing life and good rendition of voice and music. 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.

For a stylus replacement that offers improved sound quality and performance, refer to the Related Products.

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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Lovely sound

Put this on a VM540 cart. The result is excellent, several levels beyond the VNM40ML that came with.

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Jico Shure VN35E

Compared to VN35HE, it needs more tracking force for cleanest tracking of sibilants, 1.5 g (VN35HE is OK at 1.3 g). Tonally, it is closer to original Shure elliptical stylus for V15 III, still tiny bit brighter but very good overall. Slightly less good at inner grooves then Jico HE version, but better overall balance is a plus.

Great Item Great Price

Item was great, priced fairly. Customer Service contact could have been better.

Tough to Beat at the Sale Price

This cart/stylus combo is an improvement on the giant slayer AT-3600L with the carbon fiber cantilever and conical stylus. It adds the more refined elliptical stylus to the same cantilever and body. A sale price of 35 bucks is a no brainer. At regular price of 75, I'd probably go with the stock configuration for a third of that, then upgrade the stylus to the Vividline stylus, which is a world beater combo for 100 bucks..