Where can i find an Aurum Beta S replac. stylus?


I broke the tip on my Clearaudio Aurum Beta S cartridge and would like to know where I could find a replacement stylus
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You may not be able to get one anywhere. I got one a few months ago and the dealer said it was the last as the Aurum Beta S was discontinued.

Clearaudio has a new line of MM carts, and I'm sure any dealer (online or brick-and-mortar) should give you some kind of trade in credit.
Find an Audio-Technica AT-95E stylus assembly, and adapt it. If you would like better, use an assembly from a Linn cartridge(K9 or K18?), or even better, an assembly from a Signet 5.0 cartridge. Some of the Signet assemblies exceed the performance of the Aurum Beta S considerably.

DIY skills are required, but you don't have to be an expert because the skill level needed isn't so high.

Good luck! :)
Mosin, I have the same problem as Mbenus. Could you direct me to the instrctions to adapt a sylus toe the Aurun Beta S cartridge? (BTW, I was surprised to read that this can be done, given the "preciseness" involved.)
Mosin, I have the same problem as Mbenus. Could you direct me to the instructions for adapting a stylus to the Aurum Beta S metal body artridge? (BTW, I was surprised to read that this can be done by the user, given the "preciseness" and small sizes involved.)
You need to clip off the wings
Manitunc is right; it's easy. In fact, it is so easy that it will be self-explanatory once you have the assembly in your hands. It's also self-aligning, so there is no need to worry about precision beyond the concerns you would have with a standard user replaceable stylus assembly for any Audio-Technica cartridge, which is really what you have. Clearaudio basically dresses up an AT, and renames it after applying their tweaks.
I agree with above comments. I bought a used Aurum Beta S that needed a new stylus. Went ahead and got an AT-95 Shibata replacement stylus and then sat on it - insecure in what to do (despite detailed instructions available on the web.). Finally got up the courage to cut off the "wings" (which I think is a misnomer - you acually cut the center section out from the surround.) Replaced the stylus assemby. Easy and the result was extraordinarily good. Now in heavy rotation.
These AT95 stylus upgrades are nice on the cheapo 95 cart. Remember they're only bonded styli where as the Clearaudio's are Nude elliptical & out perform the AT's by a mile. It's like comparing a Volkswagen to a Porsche. You can have your wood bodied CA re-tipped by a pro for around $150 which is cheaper & less risky than cutting apart a $180 ATN95SA "Bonded Shibata" stylus. lol