KLHPORTABLE RECORD PLAYER MODEL 11 1960's Garrard AT 6 four-speed record changer with automatic shutoff,
designed to play 16, 33, 45, and 78 RPM records,
and a pair of KLH speakers.
Dimensions closed 24" x 13" x 7" Everything works great except the speed changer will not engage to speed 78 Vinyl on the case is split near one corner (see pic) Comes with an Empire cartidge installed. Tested this 1960's unit with a Beatles album, it really souned fantastic. I was very surprised at the quality. With the companies he founded still making an impact on today’s audio scene, Henry Kloss developed the very first portable stereo back in 1962 when he released the KLH Model 11. The Model 11 was the first transistorized stereo system, and featured a record player, amplifier and two speakers which all folded neatly into a "suitcase" for easy transportation. While the stereo only ran on A/C power, not batteries, it still was a milestone in the development of portable music players. Use the calculator below to figure shipping cost by UPS in the contiguous U.S. (no P.O.Boxes please). Shipping weight is 32 lbs. Do not ask to insure for more than actual auction value. Within 3 days after ... read more