For Deutsche Wurlitzer

Models Lyric to OMT

The Deutsche Wurlitzer used a ceramic cartridge first, then a crystal one for many years before going back to the ceramic Philips. Not before 1980 they did use a magnetic cartridge by Shure. Please compare the installed cartridge resp. stylus in your jukebox with given information. Changes might have been made within the years. The following link shows photos of originally used cartridges to identify and compare: Deutsche Wurlitzer

  • Merula STK 495/1
    sapphire, for Deutsche Wurlitzer and Jupiter
    Item #: N534
    Cart deactivated
  • Philips GP 213
    diamond, for Deutsche Wurlitzer 1973 to 1979
    Item #: N1761
    Cart deactivated
  • Merula STC480
    diamond, Deutsche Wurlitzer up to 1972
    Limited NOS.
    Item #: N651
    Cart deactivated
  • Columbia DSN-45
    diamond for cartridges Japan Crown, Denon Columbia DSN 45, JVC, Pfanstiehl P-132D
    stylus for often used replacement cartridge
    Item #: N2098
    Cart deactivated
  • Shure N75C
    diamond, for magnetic cartridges Shure M 75-C (Deutsche Wurlitzer 1979 and up) and Shure M 75-6
    fits also cartridges Shure M71 and Philips GP400-II
    Item #: N780
    Cart deactivated
  • DJ Birdie Stylus
    diamond, for magnetic cartridge DJ Birdie for OMT 1015 from 2007 and later
    Item #: NDJ-N
    Cart deactivated
  • Astatic N-50
    diamond, 45 rpm, for Astatic 133 and others
    Item #: N453
    Cart deactivated
  • Astatic N-63
    diamond, for US Wuritzer models 3600 and up and Deutsche Wurlitzer
    Item #: N578
    Cart deactivated
  • Coner R-608/RCS
    for Coner RCS and Wilson Mk2, stereo - diamond tipped
    Item #: N923
    Cart deactivated
  • Ronette SC107
    sapphire for cartridge Ronette 107
    Item #: N694
    Cart deactivated
  • Ronette 107
    diamond for cartridge Ronette 107, flipover
    Item #: N807
    Cart deactivated
  • Garrard GCS23
    diamond for various cartridges by Garrard, EEi, ERC, Fox et.al, flipover
    Item #: N680
    Cart deactivated
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