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What currently available stereo cartridge/dual needle(78* & LP) should I buy for my ancient Soundesign #435 with BSR C129R turntable

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Hello,you can visit the link below and pick any of the needles and you can also place your order of purchase from there.
wish you good luck,

take care.

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

  • herbheiss Jun 06, 2010

    WHICH cartridge?WHICH needle? and there was no link indicated

  • Hammid Disu Jun 06, 2010

    hello,please kindly visit this site and you will see the actual cartridge there and you can as well order for it there.

    http://www.styli.co.nz/stylus-102.html

    take care.


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