Audio Technica
AT-VM95E Replacement Stylus

  atn3600L stylus  

Replacement stylus for Audio-Technica AT3600L cartridge.
Stylus Shape: Conical
Stylus Dimension: 0.6 mil
Type: MM
Fixing: Half-inch mount
Output voltage: 3,5mV bei 1kHz, 5cm/sec.
Amplifier-connection: Phono MM
Frequency range: 20-20.000Hz

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€29,95 Incl. VAT (BTW)
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Replacement stylus for Audio-Technica AT-VM95E cartridge.

Aluminium cantilever
Elliptical stylus
Bonded Round Shank

Every cartridge diamond stylus becomes worn after a period of play.

Around 500 hours for a conical stylus, 300 hours for an Elliptical stylus, 1000 hours for a Microlinear stylus, and 800 hours for a Shibata stylus.

Our VM95 Series dual moving magnet cartridges can be used almost forever by replacing the interchangeable stylus. It is no longer necessary to purchase a complete cartridge when your diamond is worn out, you can simply buy the matching replacement stylus, but also enjoy the experience of upgrading your cartridge with a different stylus.

The six models of VM95 Series cartridges all use the same electromagnetic engine-body, therefore each of the six replacement styli are perfectly compatible.

Elliptical diamond stylus follows the groove modulation with greater precision compared to a conical stylus, offering improved frequency and phase responses whilst reducing distortion.


To remove old stylus (needle), hold the cartridge in one hand, grasp the plastic stylus housing with thumb and forefinger, and pull away from the cartridge. The stylus assembly comes away at a slight angle, as indicated by the arrow.

To install replacement stylus, insert the new stylus assembly into the cartridge at a slight angle, so the hook at the end of the stylus fits into the slot in the cartridge body. The stylus assembly should click into place when fully seated on the cartridge. The stylus must be fully seated on the body for proper operation.

Audio-Technica has been perfecting the art of transducer technology since our first hand-crafted phono cartridge in 1962. n screws, two washers

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