JICO REPLACEMENT SHURE N-95ED N95ED N 95ED STYLUS
The N-95ED stylus has enhanced accurate tracing and tracking of record grooves with its 0.3 x 0.7 mil elliptical diamond all while providing the user an outstanding listening experience.
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.
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Beware of counterfeits! There is only one Jico distributor in the US, Canada and all of the Americas: LP Tunes. A Jico stylus comes in Jico packaging or with Jico US engraved on the stylus. All others are selling styli of unknown origin and quality. Contact us to verify the authenticity of the claimed Jico stylus before buying.For enhancements to sound quality and fidelity please refer to the Related Products below.
Old age sucks. With the big three way speakers gone on wife’s orders years ago, the mini replacements don’t sound the same, I think. The stylus replacement did improve things a bit.
the Jico arrived, and I'm only about six albums in, but it is a vast improvement. For the money - I say it's great sounding, wide soundstage, nothing glassy or brassy sounding. It's on a Thorens TD160, and sure, there are much higher end stylus' that can be used, but this was a direct replacement for my Shure N95-ED cartridge.
Actually, I think I made an M55E into an M95ED thanks to you.
The stylus fit perfectly in my Dual 502 turntable that I purchased in 1978. Although not inexpensive, sometimes you get what you pay for. I would order from LP TUNES again.
I received the Jico diamond replacement stylus used for Shure N-95ED for my 40 year old Shure M-95ED cartridge. After 10 minutes there was a fluttering sound and the left channel dropped out. Maybe buying an $80 stylus for an old cartridge was a bad idea. C’est la vie.
JICO replacement Stylus for Shure M95ED cartridge