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Jan 22, 2013 The needle broke on my Crosley CR704 record player, and I've bought the correct replacement needle, but now I can't get the first needle cartridge off the player. Piezoelectric pickups work the same way, but in reverse. The stylus is attached to a germanium crystal or ceramic rod (hence the name). The Best Record Needles and Phono Cartridges In Review. Best Budget Needles and Phono Cartridges. Best Record Needle Replacement: Audio Technica ATN95E Replacement Stylus. Audio-Technica ATN95E Replacement Stylus. The Audio Technica company is one of the biggest brands when it comes to audio equipment. They are known for their high-quality.

Replacement Cartridges & Needles (Stylus, Styli), For Various Makes And Models Of Turntables, Phonographs, Jukeboxes And Record Changers.
Since various brands of cartridges and needles all have their own stock number, please visually compare your cartridge, or needle, to the pictures below and see if they appear to be a match. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me with your cartridge, needle, or record changer/turntable/jukebox, brand and model number, and I will see if I can possibly cross-reference it for you. All cartridges and needles listed, unless noted, are New Old Stock (NOS), unused and will fit what the packages list and, possibly, many others. There are a few needle bodies which come in various colors, so you may receive one of these, same number and brand, just different color. I will be adding to these lists regularly, as time permits.
I also have hundreds of replacement needles and cartridges available, which are not listed here so, if you don't see the one you need, please email me with your needs.... I just may have a replacement for it.
D=Diamond, S=Sapphire, E=Elliptical
Shippingin the USA, for any cartridge, or needle, is $4.50. This includes deliveryconfirmation in the USA. If outside of the USA, or if more thanone is desired, please email me for shipping quote.... [email protected]
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Answering all those little questions about records, turntables and everything in between.

While owning music on vinyl is really the only way to experience it, there are countless little questions and issues that arise in the storing and playing of records. Until now, we’ve found no easy, digestible answers to those questions – niggles that may have vexed you from day one, or little things you didn’t even know you were doing wrong. So we decided to do something about it.

From the mundane and entry-level like “What does dust actually do to my records?” or “How to I ground my turntable?” to the more fiddly “How do I balance my tonearm?” or just handy information like “what’s the difference between a belt and direct drive deck?”, our new series will have you covered.

First up, the not so exact science of knowing when to change your needle or stylus. The short animation above condenses the question into a bitesize tips, which are expanded on in the text below.

How To Install Needle On Record Player

Words: Paul Rigby

If your turntable’s needle is no longer usable then you ain’t hearing any more music. But let’s not become maudlin about the possibility. Your best bet is to recognise any early problem signs and then we can do something to alleviate any possible issues.

The obvious time to actually change your needle is when its sound quality dips or, if you are being super careful, when its lifespan expires. Let me explain.

Firstly, while playing a familiar record, does it now sound odd? Maybe the sound quality is not at its usual high level? You can hear a muffled sound or distortion? More subtly, have the upper mids and treble lost clarity? Maybe that cymbal ‘ting’ doesn’t quite have that clean ringing brassy cloud sound or that vocal crescendo sounds dull or lacking in effort. Does the needle jump from the groove?

Now, of course, you should try quicker and cheaper solutions first before blaming and changing the (potentially expensive) needle. Is the record dirty and/or the needle full of dust and grime? Is the anti-skate on your turntable set incorrectly? Is the turntable not perfectly level (check with a spirit level)? Check cable connections including the mains (disconnect and then reconnect to dislodge any possible dirt and wiggle the cables a bit to see if there’s any loose connection crackles).

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Alternatively, if you are being super cautious, check out the life span of your newly purchased needle (normally measured in terms of hours) and check off each hour on your calendar as you play and replace when you hit zero.

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Finally, if you buy a second-hand turntable ALWAYS replace the needle before you use it. You have no real way of knowing exactly how old it might be. Save yourself the possible trouble and start afresh.

Got a question you want answering? Let us know in the comments below.

Music: Kickflip Mike & Julius Conrad – Three Turtles © 2016 Tartelet Records