It all started with the groove on a cylinder record; the vibrations picked up by a needle and transported to a horn. Nowadays, to be “in the groove” is to be in a good place. Do you remember taking your box of 45s to a friend’s house for a sleep-over or putting some Chet Baker on your stereo console to woo that special someone?

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This is an early 60s Symphonic Model 4-PN-55 tube phonograph. It plays four speeds: 16, 33 1/3, 45 and 78. The British-made BSR turntable features a flip cartridge for all speeds with a needle on each side.

NOTE: This player was designed for older vintage records. It's not compatible with modern records. Anything from the early 60s and back sounds fine on it, especially pop and jazz.

$150 You can buy it at our eBay store here.

1960s Symphonic Model 4-PN-55
Symphonic Model 4-PN-55 Phonograph
Victor Victrola Model VV 2-55

This popular little General Electric player is perfect for a young person just discovering records. It plays four speeds and features a flip needle for playing standard records and 78 rpm records. The lid has a bracket for storing 45 rpms singles. It has one speaker but it will play stereo records. The motor has been cleaned and lubed and the needles have been replaced.


It measures 13.5" x 9.25" x 5" when closed.


You can purchase it at our eBay store here.


1960s General Electric Model 1753
General Electric Model RP1753 Record Player

1975 Panasonic Model SD-15 Stereo


Panasonic stereos became popular in the 70s and 80s and were found in many living rooms and bedrooms. They were especially popular with teenagers. This set features AM/FM radio, a four-speed record changer, four audio control knobs, and auxiliary input and two speaker cabinets. The receiver/record changer is in great condition. The speaker cabinets have some blemishes and have been refinished.


The receiver/record changer measures 17.75" x 15.5" x 8.5" with the lid on. Each speaker measures 11.125" x 8.625" x 17".


$250 You can buy it at our eBay store here.

Panasonic Model SD-15 Stereo
1929 Victrola VV 2-55 Phonograph