Stylus for Pioneer M-6500 turntable

Stylus for Pioneer M-6500 turntable

SKU: PTM6500

  • $23.95

STYLUS FOR PIONEER M-6500 MUSIC CENTER TURNTABLE
How to Identify Which Stylus will Work with Your Turntable


Stylus Model: Replacement for Pioneer PN-135
Used with Cartridge Model: Pioneer PC-135
Used with Turntable Model: Pioneer M-6500 Music Center


PLEASE NOTE:
The color of the stylus varies. If the stylus depicted in the picture above differs from what you have, DO NOT ORDER this stylus.
Instead, take a look at the markings on the existing cartridge and stylus and provide us with the brand name and model number. Photos will also be helpful.



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Laurence (Melbourne, AU)

Stylus for Pioneer M-6500 turntable

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Rex Prentice (Melbourne, AU)
works a treat

i bought this for my m-6500 turntable and it works perfectly and slides onto the arm like the original.


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