Stylus for Hitachi HT-68 HT 68 HT68 turntable

Stylus for Hitachi HT-68 HT 68 HT68 turntable

SKU: HSBTHT068

  • $26.95

STYLUS FOR HITACHI HT-68 HT 68 HT68 TURNTABLE

The Hitachi HT-68 HT 68 HT68 turntable was fitted with a Hitachi MT-35 MT35 phono cartridge and a Hitachi DS-ST35 DSST35 needle stylus. A photo of the stylus replacement is supplied above. 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 looks different from what you have, do not order the above stylus. Instead, take a look at the info and marking on the existing cartridge and stylus and provide these to us. We need the brand and model number. Photos will also be helpful.

If the cartridge is missing or you prefer a new cartridge, please contact us for a replacement phono cartridge suitable for the Hitachi HT-68 HT 68 HT68 turntable.


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