TurntableNeedles.com Website logo
Hello Guest! Login
0 Items / $0

Shopping Cart

0 item(s) in your shopping cart

View/Hide options
This item will Autoship every [recurring_frequency]
Subtotal: $0

Stylus 208_DE for Recoton Needle 172S-970

Stylus 208_DE for Recoton Needle 172S-970
OBSOLETE OEM ATN120E Shown for Reference Only
X-ref Data Page
Got Visual? Check stock/price/options of parent item 208-DE in Related Items section below for availability.


Recoton Needle 172S-970 Current Replacement Stylus.

 Button to check product availability.

People Often Ask: What Stylus do I need for my Recoton 172S-970?


1. Among other applications, our Stylus 208-DE has been specifically matched to your Needle Number 172S-970 (but visually confirm before continuing).


If further clarification is needed then, all known model name or part number equivalent variations found in Recoton service & marketing literature, or aftermarket references of your 172S-970 are included in the following look-up chart.


2. Recoton 172S-970 Cross-Reference Table:


172S-970 Lookup Chart
Brand NameNeedleStylus Solution
  • 172S-970
  • 172S 970
  • 172S970
  • 208-DE


    People also ask: Do you have more info related to whether or not this Stylus is right for my 172S-970 by Recoton?


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

    Additional Information



    ?"DE" =GENUINE audio-technica Diamond 0.3 x 0.7 mil polished "NUDE" (Natural Diamond) tip Elliptical tip needle.
    ? for use at 16, 33 or 45 speeds. NOT for 78 rpm speed.
    ? 1 - 1.8 grams tracking pressure.
    ? Elliptical needles have more efficient contact with the surface of the record than a conical tip.
    ? Original needle color is usually: CARAMEL(burnt orange)

    Note: The (not currently available if not specifically selectable above) aftermarket tip, while 0.3 x 0.7 mil, is bonded, not natural diamond, and noticeably orange peel-like in appearance. Itworks fine for the majority of stereo systems and budgets but in this case there is a difference to the trained ear on demanding tracks.

    More Info

    Link to more service info about your Needle Number

    Related Items:


    Recently Viewed Items

    TurntableNeedles.com logo