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Steepletone SSTY8 Replacement Stylus for all Record Players & Music Centres with Pro-Deck
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Our SSTY8 Spare Steepletone Replacement Stylus was designed for all record players & music centres with Pro-Deck and can make your turntable sound like new again, even on the oldest vinyl albums in your collection.
Steepletone SSTY8 Replacement Stylus for All Record Players & Music Centres With Pro-Deck.
The stylus is the heart of any turntable and it is the one component that sets the tone for your music. Without it, you wouldn’t be able to hear a thing, and, with a bad stylus, your music will be full of hisses and pops and it just won’t sound the way you remember. Our SSTY8 Spare Steepletone Replacement Stylus was designed for all record players & music centres with Pro-Deck and can make your turntable sound like new again, even on the oldest vinyl albums in your collection.
Replacing a wide range of popular stylus’, the Steepletone SSTY8 Replacement Stylus is guaranteed to fit correctly and provide OEM quality sound. If you have been looking for a replacement stylus for your vintage or modern record player, purchase the Steepletone SSTY8 Replacement Stylus today from UK Jukeboxes and hear the difference quality can make for you!
STEEPLETONE RECORD PLAYER MODEL FOR REPLACEMENT STYLUS SSTY8:
Steepletone is a British company that has been making high quality audio equipment for 35 years. So you know you are buying a reliable product from a reputable company.
We try and dispatch your order, within 24 hours (excludes weekends) to be delivered to you as soon as possible. We also offer free shipping for orders over £100. For advice on buying our Record Players and Turntables please call us 7 days a week on 0843 523 5145.
We offer a 1 year warranty and unlike most other sellers who will make you pay to send the item back. We have a free collection service to repair or replace if a fault should occur within the first six months.