Stylus for Shure LTP-2 cartridge

Stylus for Shure LTP-2 cartridge

SKU: SHSLTP2

  • $29.95

STYLUS FOR SHURE LTP-2 CARTRIDGE

The replacement for the Shure N94LT needle stylus is used with the Shure LTP-2 phono cartridge. The stylus features a highly polished elliptical diamond mounted on a metal alloy cantilever for accurate tracing of stereo record grooves. It results in long playing life and a faithful rendition of voice and music.

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


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Worked great and quick shipping!

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