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Post# 775084   8/3/2014 at 01:24 (2,069 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        

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Vintage Televisions, Phonographs, Radios, Consoles, Reel to Reel, Stereo Components, Telephones and the like for sale online. I will keep the postings to one hundred or so before I start another part. And of course, everyone is welcomed to post and comment.

 

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Post# 775088 , Reply# 1   8/3/2014 at 01:34 (2,069 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
1967 MAGNAVOX MICROPHONIC CONSOLE STEREO

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Post# 775089 , Reply# 2   8/3/2014 at 01:37 (2,069 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
Vintage Console Stereo & Records - $20 (milwaukee)

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Post# 775090 , Reply# 3   8/3/2014 at 01:39 (2,069 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
Mid-Century modern vintage Zenith Z940 console stereo - $50

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Post# 775091 , Reply# 4   8/3/2014 at 01:43 (2,069 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
Magnavox Astro Sonic AM FM Phono Console Stereo. Excellent

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Post# 775102 , Reply# 5   8/3/2014 at 07:11 (2,069 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        

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Microphonic ???

Post# 775128 , Reply# 6   8/3/2014 at 10:11 (2,069 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
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Microphonic - means, according to the dictionary of audio and video misunderstood words:

"Diminutive in appearance, but grand sounding like a full orchestra".

It has the resonator tonator built into the tubes, that give the rich, microphonic sound."


nice unit otherwise


Post# 778539 , Reply# 7   8/21/2014 at 20:33 (2,051 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Vintage 50's Westinghouse TV-Record Player - $100(SW, WI

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Post# 778622 , Reply# 8   8/22/2014 at 08:04 (2,050 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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That is stunning!  I hope that this doesn't go the way of 'cute, retro bar cabinet.'  Were these ever made with color TVs?


Post# 778637 , Reply# 9   8/22/2014 at 08:20 (2,050 days old) by firedome (Binghamton NY & Lake Champlain VT)        
microphonic...

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also refers to a sonic resonance by vacuum tubes that results in feedback-like distortion, a characteristic most undesirable in tubes used for sound reproduction. Small signal dual triode preamp tubes such as 12ax7/12au7 etc are often checked for microphonic tendancies by the more knowledgeable tube dealers & re-sellers, and some otherwise perfectly functioning tubes can exhibit pronounced microphony. Given some of the crazy prices some of those tubes bring, they should indeed be weeded out for applications where it could cause a problem. Odd that a console mfr. would adopt this particular descriptive term for their product.

Post# 778646 , Reply# 10   8/22/2014 at 08:40 (2,050 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Very cool 40s or 50s General Electric Stereo Cabinet - $250

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I think ...this is more like the early to mid-60's by style and material ?

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Post# 778849 , Reply# 11   8/23/2014 at 03:04 (2,049 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Microphonic stages-the high gain stages like for TT preamps,mic preamp,tape heads where you need high gain the microphonics are more of a problem.For high level and low gain stages-not an issue.Some solid state devices can be microphonic,too-Varicap diodes in some FM transmitter exciters-these had to be mounted in a foam insulated drawer and temp controlled so it won't drift in frequency.And in solid state high gain stages-carbon resistors in them can react like carbon microphones making the stage microphonic.So film resistors are used instead.And of course in something like a hi-fi console where the amps and speakers,TT in same cabinet microphonics can be a big problem.Turntables have to be well suspended and insulated-and not mounted above a speaker.Folks are so startled when I show them the microphonic SS stages--esp that FM exciter-you tap it--and you get a loud "SpronnnnGGGG" from the receiver or monitor speaker-and if the transmitter is on air-will be heard over any radio receiving that station.With newer FM exciters and transmitters this is no longer a problem.And some AM tranmsitter oscillator stage tubes can be a problem-since this is a low level stage in the transmitter-if you tap the tube while the transmtter is on-you will get overload trips from the higher power stages.This even happens at where I work-the low level modulator stage preamp tubes 5879--tap or bump these while on air and you get multiple modulator overloads.I have seen so many 5879 tubes it isn't funny in broadcast gear-favorite tube in older Gates consoles for mic and TT preamps.Line amps in these use them,too.And of course these show up in hi-fi stuff,as well.
Oh yes,with those older SS FM exciters they had to be mounted in a separate rack from the transmitter RF power amps-the blowers in these will raise havoc!!!


Post# 779019 , Reply# 12   8/24/2014 at 09:31 (2,048 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Vintage TV - brand? $60 with original manual

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Post# 779966 , Reply# 13   8/28/2014 at 18:50 (2,044 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
From Twintubdexter - Magnavox Imperial stereo console $225

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Toledo area - Joe, this is still an Imperial and maybe not cheap, but less than some CL sellers think their stuff is worth.

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Post# 780414 , Reply# 14   8/31/2014 at 15:41 (2,041 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
I like this Motorola Console

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I'm just a nut for well-done contemporary cabinets. This appears to be one of those "center third channel" stereos. I would venture to say it probably has Motorola's Vibrasonic system. Could be a Drexel cabinet too. I'm skeptical of the seller's claim that it needs new speakers. There's probably no sound which could be and easy fix, maybe not.

You can tell finished wood from vinyl-covered particle board from a mile away.


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Post# 780858 , Reply# 15   9/2/2014 at 11:41 (2,039 days old) by Artcurus (Odessa)        

Late to the party here but that Magnavox is most definitely solid state, no tubes. I think the seller got microphonic confuse with Micromatic, the style of record player it uses.

Also, Magnavox SS stereos were called Astro Sonic.


Post# 780900 , Reply# 16   9/2/2014 at 14:56 (2,039 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Artcurus - exactly so!

Post# 780911 , Reply# 17   9/2/2014 at 16:19 (2,039 days old) by scoots (Chattanooga TN)        
The odd television in reply No. 12 is probably a Sylouette

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Sylvania came out with a line of televisions where the picture tube face was surrounded by a bezel that stood well forward of the cabinet, whose face was finished in a nubby 60's fabric. The idea was to make the screen seem larger and float detached in space.

There were several variations in this style from "forward-looking" to "aggressively modern".

I am seriously irked that I only found this today... I was in Philadelphia yesterday and would have considered swinging by Ohio for a pick up. I've been aware of this line for years, but this is the first I've seen for sale. My only consolation is that I'd prefer one of the more modern styling. Many mid-century designs are half-&-half and come across as wishy-washy.


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Post# 781021 , Reply# 18   9/2/2014 at 22:55 (2,038 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
Zenith Console Stereo X960

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Post# 781023 , Reply# 19   9/2/2014 at 23:00 (2,038 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
1967 Zenith console stereo HI-FI, AM, FM, AFC Turntable

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Post# 781024 , Reply# 20   9/2/2014 at 23:03 (2,038 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
1963 Admiral Stereo Console

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Post# 781025 , Reply# 21   9/2/2014 at 23:06 (2,038 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
1960 Motorola Three Channel Stereo

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Post# 781026 , Reply# 22   9/2/2014 at 23:09 (2,038 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
RCA Victor model 45-W-10 console stereo w/record player

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Post# 781027 , Reply# 23   9/2/2014 at 23:13 (2,038 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
WESTINGHOUSE TV AM-FM RADIO RECORD PLAYER COMBINATION SET

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Post# 781028 , Reply# 24   9/2/2014 at 23:14 (2,038 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
1950'S TELEVISION SET - SPECTACULAR CONDITION

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Post# 781030 , Reply# 25   9/2/2014 at 23:20 (2,038 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
WESTERN ELECTRIC DESKTOP ROTARY TELEPHONE PHONE 1967

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Post# 781035 , Reply# 26   9/2/2014 at 23:58 (2,038 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
Stromberg Carlson White Rotary Desk Telephone 1543

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Post# 781052 , Reply# 27   9/3/2014 at 02:50 (2,038 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Sylvania TV-those were "Halolight" models-a flourescent bulb was behind the white bezel around the pix tube screen.Phillips came out with a flatscreen TV that had a similar feature-instead LED lights changed colors as the scene on the screen changed-Ie they would be dark during a night scene-green where there is lots of grass-and blue during a daylight scene.
The RCA "stereo" radio phono with a 45 TT-Sorry its NOT stereo-we could say its "Monoerio"!
Knew someone that had a Motorola Hi-Fi console like the one shown-behind the center channel was a "subwoofer" for the really low bass tones-His sounded pretty good.We know of others that would like that woofer!


Post# 781088 , Reply# 28   9/3/2014 at 08:26 (2,038 days old) by Artcurus (Odessa)        

I have one of those Motorola stereos in the garage. It uses a 15 inch Golden Voice (I think) woofer and a six and 4 inch tweeter. It's a biamp system, using two 6V6 as the bass driver, and a single end 6BQ5 for left and right.

Post# 781097 , Reply# 29   9/3/2014 at 09:50 (2,038 days old) by firedome (Binghamton NY & Lake Champlain VT)        
Motorola

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also made a version of that console with all 6V6GTs, a total of 6, with 4 in PP in the output stage, we had one a few years back.

Post# 781304 , Reply# 30   9/4/2014 at 04:31 (2,037 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

6V6GTA is a well liked and used tube---Hi Fi,"G"fiddle amps,oscillators in Gates AM transmitters-and have seen them as vert output tubes in TV's.For what those Motorolas were-their bass response was really good-The one a freind had you could play bass heavy music thru the console and the bass was well reproduced.-and even when played loud-didn't cause feedback thru the TT.Well engineered Hi Fi console.The 6V6 was used a lot in Magnavox Hi-Fi's,too.esp the Biamp in their Concert Grand tubed consoles.1 pair of 6V6 fed the tweeter horn-double pair fed a 15" woofer.Both the woofers and tweeters from those Magnavox Hi-fis are sought out by "G" fiddle amp folks.esp for Leslie speaker systems.

Post# 782457 , Reply# 31   9/8/2014 at 21:18 (2,033 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
General Electric GE Vintage 1949 Television TV - $100 (Rockf

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ad: " This is a vintage General Electric 1949 television set. The glass is completely intact and the cabinet is in good shape. The nobs and dials seam to function, but I have no idea if the set actually works as the cord is missing."

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Post# 782479 , Reply# 32   9/8/2014 at 22:40 (2,033 days old) by whirlaway ()        
Later Model!

Thats got to be around a 1953 or 4 model,with that style of 21 inch tube.

Post# 782480 , Reply# 33   9/8/2014 at 22:47 (2,032 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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and blonde color..was popular in the early 50's not the later 40's..but the tube shape gives it a later dating? Nice to have the year clarified, thanks.

Post# 782813 , Reply# 34   9/10/2014 at 12:34 (2,031 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Imperial in Seattle

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Tasteful Danish Modern with quality innards. Perhaps needs recapping and sprucing up but worth the cost and effort. $200 is appropriate. Glass on top.

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Post# 782952 , Reply# 35   9/11/2014 at 02:31 (2,030 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Very nice-too bad it isn't near me-from the outlines on the speaker grill cloth-the set appears to have the large woofers and horn tweeters.Too bad they didn't give the money shot of the back of the unit with the cover removed.Want to see the power amps.Good shot of the control panel of the tuner-preamp.TT looks in good shape.

Post# 783105 , Reply# 36   9/11/2014 at 20:18 (2,030 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
"Fleetwood" ???

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I suppose this is European and may be no bargain at $350, but it appears to be in very good shape provided the cabinet style is your "thing." Nice vintage Garrard changer and an interesting control panel. The piano hinge is a good sign of a well-constructed cabinet. "Diffusonic" speaker system?

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Post# 783113 , Reply# 37   9/11/2014 at 20:53 (2,030 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Origin - Grundig

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That's a Grundig - but it's so well disguised compared to some of its other products. Other Fleetwoods ....

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Post# 783423 , Reply# 38   9/13/2014 at 08:08 (2,028 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
MORSE HIGH FIDELITY CONSOLE STEREO/PHONO

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Post# 783425 , Reply# 39   9/13/2014 at 08:11 (2,028 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
Motorola-Vintage Console-Television* Stereo* Record Player

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Post# 783460 , Reply# 40   9/13/2014 at 11:00 (2,028 days old) by bwoods ()        
Betcha can't guess

Q: In what vintage television series did the above Motorola tv/phono combo appear?

A: The Patty Duke Show, Season 3 (1965-66).

If someone has the third year on DVD please check this and let me know if I am correct, I am runnig on memory only. It looks like the identical unit with a slightly different finish.

There are are several episodes where Patty is seen putting records on it.

In the first two years, Patty always used a portable stereo. When the show moved from New York to California for production, the third year, the Lane family got a new house and all new, and much nicer, furniture. No explanation given in any of the episodes. ( I guess Popo got a raise. ) For years I wondered what brand the tv/phono combo was.

So--thank you Louie!!

BTW: Can anyone identify the built-in oven in Natalie's kitchen, season three?? The first two seasons I think the wall oven might be GE, but not sure. The third season, I can't tell but its a much more modern looking and attractive oven. In the third year Natalie also has a 1965 General Electric two slice toaster on the counter.

Poor Natalie never had a dishwasher in any of the seasons. Popo certainly should have made enough money as Managing Editor of the New York Daily Chronicle to warrant a DW. I guess with Patty, Cathy and Ross available for child labor, they didn't need one. lol

The Lanes didn't have a garbage disposal either. (In season 3, episode 1 we see Patty and Frankie Avalon working on a leak under the sink--no disposer.) Poor Lane family, no dw and no disposer. Even Lucy had a disposal, and that was 1951. Also. Near the end of this same episode it also shows Patty using the console tv/phono as she and Richard dance to a Frankie Avalon album.


Post# 783776 , Reply# 41   9/14/2014 at 21:20 (2,027 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
2 Console TV sets in the Detroit area

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1) 1950's TV/Turntable Console - $150 (17840 Beverly Road) - detroit.craigslist.org/okl/fuo/46...


2) Swingin' 60s TV/Stereo Zenith Combo/AM/FM - $100 (12 mile / I-94) - detroit.craigslist.org/mcb/clt/46...


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Post# 783777 , Reply# 42   9/14/2014 at 21:24 (2,027 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
FISHER STEREO CABINET AM/FM RADIO W/TURNTABLE - $600 (Cliffs

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Vintage Fisher Stereo Tube Receiver AM/FM Radio Cabinet w/Turntable, if interested please call

not sure of the model, but would be nice if there were more PHOTOS! :0


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Post# 783779 , Reply# 43   9/14/2014 at 21:39 (2,027 days old) by bwoods ()        
wow

You find the coolest things, Phil. You put the rest of us to shame. :)

It's rare to find a roundie nowadays, but to find a roundie combo is phenominal, especially with an affordable price. the seller is a little off on the date, that is an early sixties model color TV. I would guess by the record changer and cabinet style that it is approximately a 1962 model.

It was fun having a roundie picture tube in those days because everyone knew you had a color tv because of the shape of the tube.

Thanks for all your hard work scouring Craigslist for vintage finds!


Post# 783809 , Reply# 44   9/15/2014 at 06:43 (2,026 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Thanks to the hobbyists and enthusiasts like you Barry, the searching educates me on what's out there, plus you and others are a wealth of knowledge. I don't know what I'm turning up, of course, when someone says I turn up some unusual things. I remember seeing my first color tv through the large pane glass picture window that the builder/neighbor bought(the first on our street to own one). It could have been a roundie, not sure, but the NBC Peacock seen for the first time will never look brighter and more exciting. Thanks again, there are plenty of interesting postings beyond mine-and beautiful vintage appliances that you and others have found. Is this site addicting at times? Does the sun set in the West? :-) Thanks for the thanks!

Post# 783888 , Reply# 45   9/15/2014 at 16:02 (2,026 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        

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These GE's pop up from time to time, mostly in Early American. $350 is way too much.

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Post# 784929 , Reply# 46   9/21/2014 at 14:28 (2,020 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        

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Was there originally a TV in there? Pics look like they were taken with a cheap cell phone. San Diego/$150.

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Post# 784936 , Reply# 47   9/21/2014 at 14:53 (2,020 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
This is very nice but very expensive

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Ampex always seems to be pricey. Years ago we would drive by the Ampex factory in Sunnyvale all the time. The sign on the building had sort of a turquoise/blue neon lighting behind the lettering. Los Angeles area/$1200.

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Post# 785149 , Reply# 48   9/22/2014 at 16:20 (2,019 days old) by firedome (Binghamton NY & Lake Champlain VT)        
That Ampex console...

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is worth the asking price. They are very nice units with true Hi-Fi components in them and very expensive in their day also. The company's President, Alexander Poniatoff, personally signed the owner's manual of each unit. We have the Model 402 preamp shown there, out of one of these consoles (bought that way on eBay), as part of one of our vintage stereo systems, and like it very much. The dual mono power amps came in 2 versions, one with rare 6973 output tubes, the other with 7591 tubes I believe. Their tape decks were superb, the company was early on funded by Bing Crosby to make decks using German Magnetophon technology from WWII.

Post# 785150 , Reply# 49   9/22/2014 at 16:23 (2,019 days old) by firedome (Binghamton NY & Lake Champlain VT)        
oh and...

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the turntable is a Garrard RC-88 and the hum noted in the ad means new filter capacitors are needed, along with the rest of the electrolytics!

Post# 785223 , Reply# 50   9/22/2014 at 23:26 (2,018 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
1963 RCA Victor "Roundie" Color Television - $400 (D

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while looking for an RCA Dimensia, this popped up..a Roundie!

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Post# 785237 , Reply# 51   9/23/2014 at 02:37 (2,018 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Apex Hi-fi gear-agreed-among the best.Funny how the seller of the Ampex set didn't show the TT or tape machine.
6973 tubes were used in other applications besides Hi-Fi gear-used in test equipment-audio-RF generators-used as an output tube in these.Seen 6973s as video premodulators in older TV transmitters.Also see them in older tubed mixer consoles-as line driver amps and monitor amps.Another workhorse tube!7591 was another Hi-fi workhorse-and they appear in some Fender Guitar amps.I ahve worked on many an Ampex RR tape machines-these were workhorses in the broadcast industry-any station had at least two!Favorite studio and production machines-Recording studios today--still use older Ampex 300-design based on Magnetophon machines.Have one in my collection-with the orig tubed Rec/Pb amp.The Gov't broadcast agency I work for had like 400 Ampex 300-and several Ampex 3200 Hi speed dubber systems.Worked on those,too.The agency ordered later Acurrate Sound Hi Speed dubbers-they were JUNK compared to the Ampexes!


Post# 785251 , Reply# 52   9/23/2014 at 05:48 (2,018 days old) by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
Reply No 14 Motorola!!!!

That is Motorolas Top line stereo, The Masterpiece, cabinetry by Drexel, the name was Drexel Declaration....my all time favorite stereo, those old Motorola 3 channels will shake the floor.

Post# 785253 , Reply# 53   9/23/2014 at 05:53 (2,018 days old) by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
Reply 12..

Is a Sears Silvertone Medalist...one of their TOL tvs.

Post# 785272 , Reply# 54   9/23/2014 at 10:02 (2,018 days old) by bwoods ()        
nice Roundie!

Wooo! What a beautiful RCA Roundie. These are getting increasingly rare.

Great find as usual, Phil. You're the best!

Bear


Post# 785299 , Reply# 55   9/23/2014 at 14:54 (2,018 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Rex,

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The seller did include pics of the tape recorder and the record changer. I was just too lazy to include them. Like everything else of interest on here, there are experts on the subject everywhere.

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Post# 785316 , Reply# 56   9/23/2014 at 17:57 (2,018 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
This one's in Allen's (funktionalart) territory

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At $9,000 I hope they didn't leave this in the driveway for long. At least the speaker spheres don't look like someone played basketball with them. Is the Dual turntable original for this? Ask them to throw in Miss Canada's gown and evening gloves.

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Post# 785337 , Reply# 57   9/23/2014 at 21:08 (2,018 days old) by scoots (Chattanooga TN)        
Reply No. 46 Tall boy with Lattice work face

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Well, there's something I haven't seen or thought about since the 80's. That was my Grandfather's "media center" (before they call them that). I'm pretty sure it was a TV-stereo combination, but by the time my grandfather passed and we got the cabinet, the TV must have failed because we kept linens in it.

Thanks for the walk down memory lane... the only thing it needs is 15 ceramic dogs on the top and a thin veneer of nicotine.


Post# 785361 , Reply# 58   9/24/2014 at 00:51 (2,017 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Good to see the money shots of the tape machine and TT in the Ampex Hi-Fi-strange can't identify either one.The Ampex tape machine does not look familiar to me.Must have been a model designed for those Hi-fi consoles.The TT looks like it has single play and multiple play spindles-and its at "ankle" level-Great for "Q"ing records and loading-unloading them.And good for collecting floor dust on the TT and your records.
Remember seeing a Clairtone Hi-Fi console in the Hi-Fi shop in downtown Wash DC during the 60's didn't get to listen to it.The sphere speakers were to give omidirectional sound so it would seem.Would be interesting to listen to one of those Hi-fis-but at 9 grand will pass.Will just have to wonder how it would sound.Thought these had Garrard or Dual TT's-depending on the model.


Post# 785439 , Reply# 59   9/24/2014 at 09:32 (2,017 days old) by bwoods ()        
Ampex deck

Rex, I think theses were the typical Ampex decks produced in the late fifties/early sixties. The decks you and I remember, with the center controls in the cover over the capstain drive, I think came out about mid-sixties.

I have a 1967 Allied Electronics catalogue, which by this time had the newer style Ampex decks in in.

The first picture is the older A style like in the console. The second picture is I think what you and I are remember, the 600 series. I drooled over those decks in the late sixties.

Some years ago, one of my students who was an audiophile gave me one of those decks. It didn't work. He couldn't fix it. So he gave it to me. I knew I was in trouble because he was a wiz at things like that. I couldn't get it to work either, even after purchasing the repair manual for it.

I think Ampex built the most overdesigned complex deck I have ever seen. The outside of the 600 series was clean and simple. The inside was a nightmare, and it weighed a ton. No wonder they cost so much. But it was built solid with a lot of quality.

I ended up pitching the unit as I just got so frustrated trying to fix it, as I couldn't find repair parts for it anywhere. Wish I had kept it now, if nothing more than just to have it on display. It was the higher end self threading unit.


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Post# 785458 , Reply# 60   9/24/2014 at 11:56 (2,017 days old) by Artcurus (Odessa)        

twintubdexter,

The Magnavox cabinet (Danish Modern) is missing the TV, it's probably a 25 inch.

For the "Basketball" stereo, (Sorry, too lazy to look up the brand) Dual is the correct tt for it.


Post# 785491 , Reply# 61   9/24/2014 at 14:58 (2,017 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Nice vintage B&W combo

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It's always nice to see something like this that's been so well cared for. $150 in Indianapolis.

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Post# 785498 , Reply# 62   9/24/2014 at 15:18 (2,017 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Kind of a fun old Zenith Hi Fi

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I like the way this looks. Someone with talent could wire red LED's into the snake's eyes...just a thought. $150 in Sacramento.

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Post# 785499 , Reply# 63   9/24/2014 at 15:27 (2,017 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
I have always thought...

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...that this is one of the nicest stereo consoles ever made. The cabinet is really beautiful, no? Reasonably priced at $150. In Shreveport.

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Post# 785518 , Reply# 64   9/24/2014 at 17:28 (2,017 days old) by newvista58 (Northern NJ)        
I HAVE THE SAME MAGNAVOX AS #61.....

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But mine is Black Laquer. The information
I've found on it states is is a 1959 and cost
$650 New. I even have a Magnavox Demo Record.

I love their Consoles. Probably one of my favorite.

I love that Blonde Zenith Cobra Console in #62. I
have one very similar in Cherry Mahogany. I wished
this was closer. I'd ask to trade LOL. Blonde is
the color of all my furniture, with the exception of
a few consoles. Got to love the Cobra Head. It is
a most sought after turntable. This one, believe it
or not has a "stroboscope".

The RCA in #63 is Cool, but I'm not into the oriental
decor. I do however have that turntable in a Stand Alone
Base in Crinkle Grey Vinyl with a Cream color top face.
It is Dated 1963. When I ordered a New Cartridge, Needles
and an Idler, the Phono Guy said he never saw a stand alone
come from the factory, like mine. It's a Most Excellent
Turntable.

Great Finds Guys. Keep 'em coming :)

Best Washes,

Louis



Post# 785574 , Reply# 65   9/24/2014 at 23:45 (2,016 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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good stuff, Joe and everyone else here - enjoying the scenery a lot!

Phil


Post# 785587 , Reply# 66   9/25/2014 at 02:15 (2,016 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

The Ampex 600 decks-these were the ONLY single motor RR decks that were used professionally.Staples in radio stations-often used for remote and feild work.Older versions had a tubed Rec/Pb amp-later ones solid state.These were mechanical monsters to work on-the mechanics needed to have one motor do the work of three.You had to deal with belts,levers,linkages and rubber friction roller-wheels.Fixed a couple of these-at one time Ampex sold a service kit for these machines.I kinda miss these-couldn't recognize the machine in the console as a 600.The ones I see are the "business" simple like ones used in the radio stations.they were rack mount or packaged in the portable "feild" cases.The older units had the tubed amp in a separate case from the deck.also Ampex made a monitor speaker that you could play the machine thru-was a case with a 10" Speaker and a push-pull 6V6 tube amp.The professional and commercvial 600 machines didn't have speakers in them.

Post# 785589 , Reply# 67   9/25/2014 at 02:31 (2,016 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Very nice Magnavox Hi-Fi with the TV in its belly.Really cool Asian style RCA Hi-fi console.
Zenith Cobramatic TT's Remember one in a console that did have lighted eyes.The TT drive didn't work-was at a freinds house-he worked on Hi-Fis and TVs,too.He was showing me the Zenith Cobramatic TT in the console that would not turn.The unit was variable speed-motor was mounted horizontal under the TT motorboard and had a conelike drive shaft.The TT idler drive tire was broke and worn out.the man also worked on slot cars-a solution-a slot car racing slick tire fit the idler drive perfectly-then before you know it we were playing records on that Zenith TT and varying the speed making them sound funny.The lights in that machines arm were very tiny grain of wheat bulbs like what you see in older electric train lighting.Oh yes,the Zenith TT did have a stroboscope.Worked quite well-and agreed with a TT speed test card.


Post# 785610 , Reply# 68   9/25/2014 at 07:15 (2,016 days old) by Artcurus (Odessa)        

post #63

Late 60's RCA, solid state, around 30 watts. The speakers were an oddball size, I want to say 12 x 6 for the bass, three way system.

Ran into quite a few of those with bad power supplies, they seem to be a weak point.


Post# 785628 , Reply# 69   9/25/2014 at 10:32 (2,016 days old) by bwoods ()        
Ampex

If anything, Ampex products were overengineered. I often wondered why they didn't go to a three motor system in their consumer decks, I guess they had their reasons. My TEAC deck has 3 motors and is MUCH simpler in design and easy to maintain/repair.

My cousin, who was the co-founder/owner of Telarc Records in Cleveland, wouldn't use Ampex equipment. Being a fan of Ampex I asked him why and he just said, "They ceased to be competitive." Just as a bit of trivia, his company was one of the first, if not the first to use digital recording and editing of music. He gave me copies of their first two digital recorded albums that they produced. They are on vinyl as they were recorded in 1978 and CD's didn't exist back then.

Very clean recordings he used absolutely no filtering, limiting compression or equalization during recording.


Unfortunately, his company ceased to be competitive as well and he sold it to Concord Music about eight or nine years ago. People just were no longer buying classical music, which was Telarc's forte. He did produce a few other things like a recording of science fiction theme songs and I know he record Lisa Minnelli at least once. But primarily it was classical stuff and it just wasn't selling.

But he did win many Grammy's as producer (I think he and his company have a total of 40 Grammy wins/nominations) and Telarc was a force to be reckoned with in the classical music community.

He never quite agreed with me on my assertion that analog recordings on vinyl with tube audio playback have superior sound and we used to have some discussion. Of course, I don't own any Grammy awards (and well deserved) like he does, so I guess my opinion has a little less validity. lol


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Post# 785637 , Reply# 71   9/25/2014 at 11:11 (2,016 days old) by bwoods ()        
rca

Nice unit. We had one at the Habitat ReStore I volunteer at that we had marked at $90.

(By the way, Coalfield, TN where this item is located and neighboring town Oliver Springs is where much of the movie "October Skies" was filmed)


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Post# 785757 , Reply# 72   9/26/2014 at 05:18 (2,015 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Yes,agree on the maintenance of three motor RR tape machines.Indeed simpler.Except Studer A810 machines---HORRIBLE-just to control 3 motors they have circuity that could be practically used to launch a Saturn rocket to the moon!!Ampex and Skully simply had switches and relays.Much simpler to deal with.I have some early Telarc recordings,too.VERY good-better then most CD's and other records.The problem with the music recording industry is TOO MUCH processing and mixdowns-esp on CRAPPY consoles.Some pop recordings sound WORSE than AM airplay!!!Gave up on that.I agree with you-beleive in analog recordings and tubed amps.Doesn't matter if you have an award or not you can still appreciate it.Remember a recording companies and recordist job is to preserve music recordings for future listeners-You or I would not want to have music processed and mixed to death-sounding just as bad as a cheap AM radio out of tune.Telarc did a GREAT job on their recordings-so future folks can appreciate the music they recorded.
Ampex was overengineered thats how they wanted it.And that is why we see 200,300,350,600 and 3200 machines still able to work today-even with their ORIGINAL tubed electronics!And their VTR machines can still work,today as well.Have great respect for their equipment.But to build equipment to Ampex standards today-no one could afford it except the really very rich.
Nice RCA console Hi-Fi in the link!Knoxville one.


Post# 785851 , Reply# 73   9/26/2014 at 21:08 (2,015 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Interesting cabinet but stereo???

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Perfect for your small nic-nak collection. $125 in Flint, Michigan.

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Post# 785857 , Reply# 74   9/26/2014 at 22:34 (2,015 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Also Knoxville - Antique RCA New Vista Victrola - $1 (north

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Post# 785861 , Reply# 75   9/26/2014 at 23:15 (2,014 days old) by bwoods ()        
nice RCA but newer than stated

The seller is off a bit on his date of the unit. It is solid state and has the newer style changer. But it was produced before they started adding eight tracks. So my guess is late sixties to very early 70's. Also has plastic simulated wood trim which was becoming popular with manufacturers in the later sixties to cut down cabinetry cost.

This unit is a pleasant reminder of the days when electronics were designed to be asethically complimentary to your other home furnishings. Thanks for posting this Phil.


Post# 785863 , Reply# 76   9/26/2014 at 23:31 (2,014 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Very Rare Zenith "Tin Woodsman" model

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The things you can do with a can of spray paint. $175/Sacramento

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Post# 785874 , Reply# 77   9/27/2014 at 03:07 (2,014 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

A neighbor that used to live by me had one of those Magnavox "nick-nack" style Hi-Fis.He didn't want to sell it.Was a family heirloom.
Yea, Plastique molding--tends to vibrate badly when you turn the volume and bass up-almost sounds like one those boom cars when they have the subwoofer turned up too much.
Zenith Hi-Fi silver paint----HIDEIOUS!!!!!Do they throw in a can of paint stripper if you buy the console???That poor Zenith console-looks HORRIBLE!!!but yes,the Tin Woodsman would love it!Hey!, it would go well with your life sized cardboard Lost In Space robot standee.


Post# 785907 , Reply# 78   9/27/2014 at 09:33 (2,014 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Though admittedly, it only takes one interested butt to buy that console, the Zenith finish is a disaster. Well, it "worked" for the tin man, and his shed. Is this the new Renovation Hardware look?

Post# 786120 , Reply# 79   9/28/2014 at 19:02 (2,013 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
vintage magnavox tv stereo combo - $225 (roseville)

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Post# 786121 , Reply# 80   9/28/2014 at 19:06 (2,013 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
TV- 26 RCA Colortrak Monitor/Receiver - $17 (Temple)

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so far away but if closer... :-)

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Post# 786122 , Reply# 81   9/28/2014 at 19:10 (2,013 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
1983 RCA Colortrak 2000 Console Color TV

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doesn't look like a 2000 model, but only a Colortrak ..?

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Post# 786166 , Reply# 82   9/28/2014 at 23:58 (2,012 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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We had a Colortrak growing up. That TV was fantastic. My parents got it in 1984; I took it with me when I moved to CT and it lasted until 2004 when a lightning storm took it out. The Toshiba that replaced it is still going strong at the moment.

Post# 786200 , Reply# 83   9/29/2014 at 08:39 (2,012 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Jason - the Colortrak and Colortrak 2000(a little higher end) are both great. I'd like to find a Dimensia model, the RCA TOL made until GE bought RCA or sold to Thompson.

Post# 786228 , Reply# 84   9/29/2014 at 10:37 (2,012 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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Phil, our Colortrak was a great TV.  We had to have it repaired in '86 because my dad dropped it; that TV was immensely heavy but was well built.  It was working fine until the lightning storm did it in.  If our apartment had been a modern one (and not a multi-family built in 1875 with questionable wiring) it might have survived.  That place killed so many of my audio and video equipment!


Post# 786261 , Reply# 85   9/29/2014 at 14:44 (2,012 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Jason - heavy? lol! Yeah, my Colortrak 2000 is like that...feels about 60lbs...not sure.

That's a shame,about the wiring firing your electronics. You didn't have protection, using a power-strip with the insurance up to enough to cover your costs? I know, they're as expensive as the equipment, at times.


Post# 786279 , Reply# 86   9/29/2014 at 16:22 (2,012 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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That's how we learned to use the really expensive power strips. laughing


Post# 786664 , Reply# 87   10/1/2014 at 07:46 (2,010 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Magnavox High Fidelity Instrument

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Nice cabinet design. Photography is poor and the subject matter is weird. Looks like it's outside in the elements, hopefully just to snap some pics. Hampton Falls NH, $225.



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Post# 786668 , Reply# 88   10/1/2014 at 08:13 (2,010 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        

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Motorola must have sold a lot of this cabinet style because I've seen several for sale. This one has "Vibrasonic." My uncle's new 1964 Pontiac Bonneville had that as a factory option labeled "Reverb" on the dash switch. Thought it was such a cool thing. $300 in Heartland/Ann Arbor Michigan.

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Post# 786669 , Reply# 89   10/1/2014 at 08:21 (2,010 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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My neighbor and buddy had a car with reverb and some others...that was considered cool, if only but novel.

Post# 786675 , Reply# 90   10/1/2014 at 08:45 (2,010 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Like raw oysters, this is an acquired taste

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This is one of the more elaborate fireplace/bar/stereos I've seen. At least if you had it in your home the liquor would be near by. Miami/Dade $475.

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Post# 786944 , Reply# 91   10/2/2014 at 23:55 (2,008 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Vintage TV Sets - $1 (northeast foothills)

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ad reads - " I have a few antique TV sets for sale so that I can free up some room. They are all complete but need restoration. The first is a 1950 Westinghouse porthole B&W set, asking $75. The second is a 1948 Philco model 48-2500 projection set console. Complete and in good condition, asking $175. The third is a Fada model 930 table model set. Complete and in good condition, asking $175.

If interested, please respond by e-mail and include your local phone number so I know it's not spam. Will make a deal for anyone who wants all three sets. Thanks for looking. "


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Post# 786958 , Reply# 92   10/3/2014 at 00:24 (2,008 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Phil,

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Those are some very interesting televisions you have for sale. I've always thought owning one of those early projection sets would be very cool. That Westinghouse TV scares me. It looks so very, very old...it was made the same year as I was born.

Post# 786962 , Reply# 93   10/3/2014 at 00:30 (2,008 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
we try ! :-)

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..same idea here, Joe - those roundies emit a different feeling. Imagine,they had small tv sets at that time, too.

Post# 786964 , Reply# 94   10/3/2014 at 00:33 (2,008 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Yet another one of those Motorolas

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This one is mislabeled a Magnavox. The cabinet looks flawless. I've always liked those Motorola round tuning dials. This one has Vibrasonic too. In Tucson, $350.

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Post# 786969 , Reply# 95   10/3/2014 at 00:36 (2,008 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
reply #94

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I think...that design is quintessential looking mid-century; wonder who made the case?

Post# 786972 , Reply# 96   10/3/2014 at 00:53 (2,008 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        

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Drexel...they made several TOL cabinets for Motorola. They also made cabinets for early Magnavox models. The cabinet on my 1947 Magnavox Windsor is by Drexel.

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Post# 787335 , Reply# 97   10/5/2014 at 00:39 (2,006 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Magnavox Concert Grand Tube Console - $1 (Detroit area)

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Post# 787458 , Reply# 98   10/5/2014 at 14:57 (2,006 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
thanks for posting

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Yikes! $1500 or thereabouts...and to think they could be found a few years ago for very little money. Finding one where the speakers don't show through the fabric was very difficult. I suppose if someone really wanted one badly enough they'd pay top dollar. Such kilowatt-hungry things these CG's are.

Post# 787490 , Reply# 99   10/5/2014 at 17:35 (2,006 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
$1500

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..is what they're looking for, a price closest to what they saw on eBay. Each CG is different, and without an upfront and personal experience, an eBay comparison is dreaming.

btw, anyone who might be interested in vintage Magnavox, a new site, born from the frustrations of the Yahoo group software, is here, with a Magnavox sighted area to post latest sightings of different Maggies. That's how I found the CG above.


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Post# 787764 , Reply# 100   10/7/2014 at 04:27 (2,004 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Too bad not near me-for that your dollar goes a long way-beautiful peice of Hi-Fi gear even if the speakers show thru the grill covers.My Mom had one made after this one.Sadly some of these are victims of the "breakers" they gut the unit and sell the components-Guitarists love the bass speakers.The amps go to Hi-fi guys.It is an excellent power Bi-amp.

Post# 789203 , Reply# 101   10/15/2014 at 20:39 (1,996 days old) by twintubdexter (Palm Springs)        
Stromberg Carlson Classic Radio/Phono

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I have seen 3 or 4 of these Stromberg Carlson "Oriental" cabinets but only as televisions. A couple of them had been gutted and converted into liquor cabinets. This is the first radio/phono model I've seen. The top on this is damaged but since it's black lacquer refinishing it doesn't seem like a major project. Having the receiver section repaired and rebuilt would be worth the expense. Fortunately the record changer is the 78 rpm original and most likely fixable too. This would make an enjoyable project after which you would have a very nice piece. On ebay, $50 opening bid. In Arcadia which is not that far from me, but with a half-dozen "projects" still waiting for my attention I'll pass.

I'm not too sure if members still look at this topic...


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Post# 789205 , Reply# 102   10/15/2014 at 20:45 (1,996 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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I'm always looking, LOL! I just can't buy unless I move into a huge loft or warehouse. :-)
That oriental cabinet is elaborate - not exactly my style but if finished, nice conversation piece.


Post# 789224 , Reply# 103   10/15/2014 at 22:55 (1,995 days old) by Ultramatic (New York City)        

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