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Record player needles differ in both shape and materials used to make the needle, or stylus. The type of needles a person needs depends on the type of turntable as well as the purpose for which the records are being used.What is a record player needle?
A record player stylus is the needle-shaped portion of a phonograph, or record player, that contacts the record and transmits the vibrations it receives from the grooves of the record.What is a record needle?
A needle sits in the grooves of a vinyl record and the vibrations from that record are translated into sounds. The needle is mounted on a swinging arm that moves as the needle progresses through the groove in the record. The needle is housed in a cartridge at the end of the swinging arm.