I know there was another thread about Victrolas and acoustic phonographs, but what of the electric sort? Anyone here into them? I have a four or five of them, mostly worthless in all likelihood but very nifty, nonetheless.
Here is a circa-1946 Detrola radio-phonograph combo. It's my only combination unit. Original condition...the radio works but not the phono. Of course, it's 78rpm only:
Here is my circa-1957 blonde Webcor Musicale Coronet with matching stand and accessories. I love the atomic-era styling and hi-fi sound. Picture:
It has four speeds and the "Magic Mind" automatic changer which can play intermixed 45s and LP records, believe it or not.
The Webcor works and is very clean and remarkably preserved. It came from the daughter of the original owner.
So, anyone else out there with an affinity for such ju...errr, antiquities?