Vintage turntable Pioneer PL-530 DD Full Auto record player. With Accessories


Vintage turntable Pioneer PL-530 DD Full Auto record player. Any testing that has been done will be listed in the description. If is not in the picture, it probably doesn’t come with it. We do not accept responsibility for damage after the item leaves our location. Please inspect your items upon receipt. We leave feedback […]

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Vintage Sanyo G-2611 Super Music Centre. Record Player, Tape Player + Radio


VINTAGE SANYO G-2611 SUPER MUSIC CENTRE. RECORD PLAYER, TAPE PLAYER + RADIO. Record player Good working condition. Radio good working condition. Tape player does not play. Lid is in good condition with minimal marks see photos. Generally in good condition however has some marks from use, please see photos. Will be secured using the transit […]

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Vintage Pioneer PL-51A Stereo Turntable / Record Player / Vinyl / HIFI / Rare


VINTAGE PIONEER PL-51A STEREO TURNTABLE / RECORD PLAYER. Lid not pictured but it is included. The Pioneer PL-51 uses no belts or idlers. The DC servo motor drives the platter directly, resulting in lowest possible vibrations transmitted to the tonearm. The result is a new height of turntable performance, plenty for the most demanding audio […]

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Vintage Sears Allstate 45RPM car record player working condition


Sears Allstate 45RPM car record player in working condition. Shows to have minor scuff marks and pitting. Has new idler wheel and bushngs. The item “Vintage Sears Allstate 45RPM car record player working condition” is in sale since Tuesday, September 1, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Radio, Phonograph, TV, Phone\Radios\Manuals”. The seller is […]

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Vintage Benjamin Miracord ELAC 50H Auto Turntable Record Player 4 speed + EMPIRE


This sale is for a hard-to-find Benjamin Miracord ELAC 50H auto 4 speed turntable w/ Empire cartridge. Read on for details. Player and cartridge have been tested and are working. All lights and speeds tested, together with automatic function buttons. Turntable motor rumbles during playback and there’s a faint ground loop feedback “hum” during playback. […]

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Vintage B&o Bang Olufsen Denmark Beogram 8000 Turntable Record Player


VINTAGE B&O BANG OLUFSEN DENMARK BEOGRAM 8000 TURNTABLE RECORD PLAYER. Condition is “For parts or not working”. A worthy restoration project. The Beogram 8000, currently the top-of-the-line Bang & Olufsen record player, is a direct descendant of the 4000 Series record players produced by B&O for a number of years. However, although it shares some […]

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Vintage Zenith X922 Console Record Player Stereo AM FM Radio


Can play just about any record (78,45,33). The cabinet is in overall very good condition. It’s only flaws really are that the tone arm on the record player does not automatically swing over when play starts and retract when the record stops. You have to manually move it over and back. The speaker grill cloth […]

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Vintage Marantz 6350 Turntable Record Player Servo Control Direct Drive TESTED


Tested to power on and play. Speed controls seem to function as should. This is a functioning turntable that will need service and repair. The cue arm is missing/broke does not work. Includes Shell/needle/ and cartridge. And this will be packaged with care. The item “Vintage Marantz 6350 Turntable Record Player Servo Control Direct Drive […]

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Vintage SJB Car 45 Rpm record player


Vintage Car 45 Rpm record player. Condition is Used so its not perfect. This model is made in Japan. Still works good plugged into 12v power and plays your favorite classics over your speakers in the car! The item “Vintage SJB Car 45 Rpm record player” is in sale since Friday, June 19, 2020. This […]

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Vintage 1926 Victor Victrola VV8-30 Record Player with Over 400 78rpm Records


Vintage 1926 Victor Victrola VV8-30 Record Player with Over 400 78rpm Records! This Victor victrola line was originally called “Credenza” when released in November 1925. The “Credenza” name was changed to “8-30″ on the dataplate in mid-1926. The motorboard was changed by moving the turntable to the right. There are too many 78 rpm records […]

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