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Late Model (w/guard) N44C Type BLISS™ Stylus for Shure  M44C Cartridges | Stock# 759-D7C
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Late Model (w/guard) N44C Type BLISS™ Stylus for Shure M44C Cartridges | Stock# 759-D7C

Stock#:759-D7C
Brand:BLISS™
Replacement Needle/Stylus Assembly

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BLISS™ Made in Japan .7mil Conical
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BLISS™ Brand N44C Type Needle With Guard for Shure M44C



Replaces: SHURE N44C needle
Used In: SHURE M44C cartridge

NOTE: Because this needle is designed for use specifically with SHURE 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 also likely to have been 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 SHURE cartridge type not necessarily the turntable.
SHURE NEEDLES  N44-C N44C

5 Stars
Looks great fits perfectly
Using this cartridge for a RCA 45 changer because it has a slightly higher tracking force.
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Reviewed by:  from Tucson, AZ. on 3/28/2015
5
5 Stars
Shure M44 Bliss stylus
This stylus worked great for an odd application. Installed an NOS M44-7 cartridge in a heavy tracking vintage VM turntable in a 1959 Motorola SK32 console. It took a bit of additional counterweight to get the tracking to about 4 grams. This needle works great at this heavier tracking force and the sound reproduction compared to a ceramic cartridge is amazing. I would not play my new 180G or limited pressings on this set up, but 3-5 grams was the norm for vinyl made in the late 50s to early 70s so for all my vintage great condition LPs, it works great.
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Reviewed by:  from Long Beach CA. on 2/11/2024
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