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Stylus 246_DEX for Empire Cartridge 1085LT

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Stylus 246_DEX for Empire Cartridge 1085LT
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Description

Empire Cartridge 1085LT Current Replacement Stylus.

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People Often Ask: What Stylus do I need for my Empire 1085LT?

 

1. Among other applications, our Stylus 246-DEX has been specifically matched to your Cartridge Number 1085LT (but visually confirm before continuing).

 

If further clarification is needed then, all known model name or part number equivalent variations found in Empire service & marketing literature, or aftermarket references of your 1085LT are included in the following look-up chart.

 

2. Empire 1085LT Cross-Reference Table:

 

1085LT Lookup Chart
Brand NameCartridgeStylus Solution
Empire
  • 1085LT
  • 246-DEX
    Audio Empire
  • 1085LT
  • 246-DEX

     

    People also ask: Do you have more info related to whether or not this Stylus is right for my 1085LT by Empire?

     

    3. We may have additional answers including upgrades, downgrades, substitutes, visual confirmations or related items for your Cartridge Number by checking out the more info section below.

    Additional Information

    1085LT

    Specs

    ? "DEX" OEM =  0.2 x 0.7 mil bonded elliptical diamond tip replacement needle.
    ?  Aftermarket = .3x.7 mil bonded elliptical.
    ? OEM = .75 - 1.5 grams tracking pressure.
    ?  Aftermarket = 1-1.5 gramstracking pressure.
    ? Elliptical needles have more efficient contact with the surface of the record than a conical tip. There is not a conical tip version of this needle.
    ? Original needle color is usually: translucent RED or solid BLACK

    More Info

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