Stylus for Technics Panasonic SG-HM22 SG HM22 SGHM22 turntable

Stylus for Technics Panasonic SG-HM22 SG HM22 SGHM22 turntable

SKU: TSTSGHM22

  • $12.98

STYLUS FOR TECHNICS PANASONIC SG-HM22 SG HM22 SGHM22 TURNTABLE

The Technics Panasonic SG-HM22 SG HM22 SGHM22 turntable was fitted with a Panasonic phono cartridge and a Panasonic EPS-41ST EPS41ST needle stylus. A photo of the stylus replacement is supplied above. The stylus features a highly polished conical diamond mounted on a metal alloy cantilever. The stylus also allows a firmer grip on the record grooves thus resulting in finer detail and clarity. 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.

If the stylus above differs from what you have, then it means you no longer have the fitted cartridge. For us to assist you further, we need the cartridge brand and model number. This info is usually inscribed on the cartridge and stylus.


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Right stylus for a childhood toy

Thanks to LP Tunes for helping me pick the right stylus for my fisher price phonograph. After sitting in an attic for over 20 years, it's playing records again.

Amazing jico vn5mr sas

Could not imaging that I was missing this much of everything with my old stylus. Now more bass, presence, detail, everything!

Right part and prompt delivery

Very good 78 RPM stylus

The LP Gear Cerapreme 78 stylus brings the most out of the CEC/Chuo Denshi type ceramic cartridge for 78 RPM reproduction. If you put this stylus into a real Japanese CEC cartridge in a serious turntable, you end up with a very nice 78 reproducer. If you put it in a little Numark PT01, it makes for a very nice portable player for 78s. At its current price, this stylus is hard to beat.

I can't give a review at this time as the needles were purchased as spares and I have not used any, but they look exactly as the original.