Stylus for Kenwood P-78 P 78 P78 turntable

Stylus for Kenwood P-78 P 78 P78 turntable

SKU: KENWP078

  • $28.95

In order to receive the correct stylus, please compare the two before purchasing.

Details
  • • Kenwood N-77 stylus for Kenwood V-77 cartridge equipped to the Kenwood P-78
  • • Polished 0.7 mil conical diamond tip for high fidelity
  • • 1.5 - 2.5 tracking force
  • • Lightweight aluminum alloy cantilever
  • • Made in Japan by specialized artisans

STYLUS FOR KENWOOD P-78 P 78 P78 TURNTABLE

The Kenwood P-78 P 78 P78 turntable was fitted with a Kenwood V-77 V77 phono cartridge and a Kenwood N-77 N77 needle stylus.

The color of this stylus has changed over the years. Please be sure to compare your stylus with this stylus before ordering. Do not order this stylus if it looks different than the stylus that you have. 

If you are unsure if this is the correct stylus please contact us here

For upgrades and enhancements to sound quality and fidelity please refer to the Related Products below.


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