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    EMUD 910/911 Radio Phono Console

    Looking for a phono cartridge for the above 1961 Stereo Console. Can't seem to pinpoint the exact one necessary. Anyone have any insight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishoz View Post
    Looking for a phono cartridge for the above 1961 Stereo Console. Can't seem to pinpoint the exact one necessary. Anyone have any insight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishoz View Post
    Looking for a phono cartridge for the above 1961 Stereo Console. Can't seem to pinpoint the exact one necessary. Anyone have any insight?
    I have a few ceramic cartridges. A flip over cartridge as opposed to flip over needle is what you need? When I get home I'll look to see if there's anything like that.

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    Thanks Gary. This is for a friend that's trying to sell one of these. Buyer wants working so he needs a cartridge/stylus. Pics are what we're up against. I'm ignorant on this one, knew someone here would have a clue. Much appreciated.
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    Well, no joy I'm afraid. All the ceramics I have are fixed position flip over needle types.

    Not knowing how to describe what you're looking for I did a brief search and it looks to be called a TC8 turnover cartridge. That seems to be considered a sub-category of cartridges and I don't know how interchangeable they are. You might want to post on Vinyl Engine and see what those guys have to say.

    What I saw after clicking the image tab was non-North American e-bay ads.

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