Seeburg 200 C1 Console Library Unit RARE Plays 45's
Art Deco ~ 1950's ~ Mahogany Case ~ Holds 100 45'sCondition: machine turns on, selector moves, grabs 45...NO SOUND This Unit Needs Restored!!!! This was the Higher End Unit built by Seeburg in the early - mid 50's for Home Use! AS-IS No Returns I prefer pick-up in Pittsburgh, but I will also load it on my truck and deliver within 200 miles of Pittsburgh to your destination or meet you. ( this is an extra charge ) from the internet: Console
A beautiful console combining the features of the Select-O-Matic "200" Mechanism with a high-fidelity pre-amplifier, 20 watt high-fidelity power amplifier, and a dual high-fidelity speaker. These components are housed in an attractively designed, well built red mahogany cabinet with front doors of beautifully matched crotch mahogany. (Also available in a light Korina wood finish.) All cabinet hardware and trim is of brushed brass finish. Volume, bass, treble, scan and reject controls are incorporated. All controls, as well as the selector panel and magazine, are located behind sliding plate glass doors. (This Unit has a Drop-Down Glass Door which was made possibly in 1953?)
•Wattage: 200 Watts (approx.)
•Weight: 225 Lbs (approx.)
•Height: 38-1/4 in.
•Width: 39-1/2 in.
•Depth: 20-1/4 in. Many people are asking questions and wanting more photos, so I will be added more info with the nest 24 hours.
Hello and welcome to my listing... Please ask any questions you may have and I'll answer as soon as I can. Questions for auction items ending within 12 hours may not get answered. I appreciate each buyer very much and everyone will receive my full attention and service. I treat people as I would like to be treated and respect your concerns and questions no matter how large or small.*****As of 5-7-10.......Great News...upon further inspection, I found a loose wire to the volume knob.....THIS UNIT WORKS......Selector moves, picks up record, plays record and music comes out of the speaker. ******* The compartment on the back bottom left ( w the speaker is housed) is missing its' cover. According to pictures that I have seen on the internet, t should be a square wooden coverplate over this section. This piece is missing. Click to open supersize image
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I added some more photos which are at the end of this listing. The amps and speaker work, but t is still a loose wire that needs attention.
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