Taruya 07-N replacement stylus for FPC-07M Silver Cartridge. for DVS DJ. [Taruya 07-N]
Taruya was founded by Japanese needle craftsman. Taruya's stylus has been used by lots of music lovers, audiophiles and world's famous professional Djs like Derrick May, Dj Harvey, Jazzy Jeff and so on.
FPC-07-M stylus was developed for control vinyl of Serato-DJ/Scratch-LIVE. so it can read the data for fast backspins.
This stylus is also available for playback of vinyl record but we strongly recommend 01-M or 03-M for buyers who play vinyls only.
package includes 1x stylus.
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The item will be shipped for 3 days after payment is received.
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ABOUT PRODUCT RETURNS
Product returns will be accepted within 30 days from receipt only if they are returned unused and in the exact condition in which they were originally sent (including bag, box, tags, etc.). Before requesting to return or exchange an item, authorization (including an authorization number) must be received from TARUYA. Any returns or exchanges resulting from an error on TARUYA’s part will be shipped at TARUYA’s expense. Expenses incurred for returns or exchanges for any reason not relating to TARUYA will be borne by the purchaser. When shipping a product for return or exchange, the purchaser should be sure to use a reliable shipping service and to insure the package. Refunds or exchanges cannot be made if the returned item has been damaged or altered in any way before arriving at our Customer Service Center.
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