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DLE Type Stylus for Pickering TLE Cartridge etc | Stock# 610-DLE
Image = OEM stock. - Aftermarket color/markings may vary.

DLE Type Stylus for Pickering TLE Cartridge etc | Stock# 610-DLE

Replacement Needle/Stylus Assembly

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Pickering DLE aftermarket upgrade needle.

â€Â¢ Original needle color is usually: WHITE
Replaces: PICKERING DLE Needle
Used In:

â€Â¢ Equivalent to these other universal replacement #'s:
EVG NEEDLE PM4022D(conical)
PM3023DE (elliptical)
PFANSTIEHL 826-DE(OEM) & 4-826-DE(copy) 4609-DE

See 610-D7C (aka 609-D7C) below for our conical entry level solution that can also replace the DLE needle.

NOTE: Because this needle is designed for use specifically with Pickering cartridges, it can be found in numerous brands of turntables. In some cases the cartridges for this needle may be original equipment supplied with a new turntable, but was more likely selected at time of sale to complete a turntable sold without a cartridge or later as an upgrade to the original cartridge supplied by the turntable manufacturer. This needle should be matched primarily to the cartridge type not necessarily the turntable.
Narrow body version of 609 series needle. Not compatible with wide body versions.

4 Stars
Easy to install...wodks fine.
Helpful?  2 of 2 Found Helpful
Reviewed by:  from Venice, FL. on 9/22/2011
5 Stars
My Turntable Lives Again!
Fast turnaround & great customer service!!
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Reviewed by:  from Lynn, MA. on 3/4/2013
5 Stars
Replaced my Worn DLE Stylus Exactly
I bought a Pickering TLE cart c.1995 for maybe $40. I put very few hours on it before it went into storage. About 20 years later I assembled a retro stereo system and placed the cart and tip back in service. After some wear time I thought about replacement, was shocked to see what basic carts cost, here in the future. First I needed a stylus for an inherited Empire OP4, and that was a turntableneedles test purchase, got that in service first. That worked great. Then I grabbed a new AT95 conical, open-market, not too bad at all. This told me my ears could still hear differences, so the ole Pick was up next. The Bliss-type Needle-610-DLE was a perfect replacement and it put the Pickering back at the top of my little new-used collection. Sounds great, big difference from the old, now trying to track my stylus wear a little better. I decided to make turntableneedles my preferred one-stop for everything, mainly because they have everything. Besides the DLE-type stylus I grabbed some new connector wire jumpers (my tonearm wires are ok at this time), a handful of head shells, and found I can pretty quickly roll the assemblies in and out of the tonearm for playing around, to see what I can hear. No hi-grade audiophile here, only a professional musician about 3 lifetimes ago. Now back to doing electronic and mech repair on instruments and stereo gear. (my own) What's next? The reel-to-reel pinch rollers and cassette tires on my other stuff, from turntableneedles of course, who has everything. This greatly simplifies things for me, and I get to spend less time searching and more time listening and doing. (PS, you might try to view your old stylus through a USB-WiFi microscope, if you can take the horror scene! You will want a new stylus fast! And if you have a Pick TLE with a DLE in it, this 610 is what you want next.)
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Reviewed by:  from Saint-Louie USA. on 9/14/2020
5 Stars
Just what the doctor ordered. Was able to keep my trusty turntable cranking out the music. And now that I know TurntableNeedles.com exists, I'm sure it will last for another 35 years!
Reviewed by:  from Mattituck. on 10/1/2017

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