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Vintage Symphonic Stereo Tube AM/FM MPX Receiver
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Vintage Symphonic Stereo Tube AM/FM MPX Receiver

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Sold Date: 06/16/2011
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay

Here is a vintage Symphonic AM/FM/FM MPX tube stereo receiver. This has a push-pull ECL86/6GW8 amplifier section. Carefully removed from a high-end Symphonic phonograph / radio console. Nice overall cosmetic condition. RCA-type input jacks for phono / aux. Unit plays well on both channels. No noticable hum. Gets good FM reception with a decent external antenna hooked up. It is currently missing 1 of the 6GW8 power tubes. Existing tube was broken and tossed out. Has built-in AM antenna plus connections for external AM and FM antennas. Front controls are: Tuning, balance, treble, bass, off/volume, selector. Tube complement is 2 6BA6 (RCA & Sylvania), 4 6GW8 (3 Brimar/1 Missing), 1 12AX7 (Sylvania), 1 6CA4 (Sylvania), 1 6C4 (Zenith), 1 6B?? (Sylvania), 1 ECC85 (Telefunken), 1 6AU6A (Sylvania), 1 6BE6 (Sylvania). All lights working except the FM stereo light. Has external speaker hookups, power lead for record changer, power cord. Will need jumpered on the record changer power cable to allow use of the aux devices such as CD player or tape decks due to the fact that the original design was for the record changer to control the power on and off for the phono/aux inputs. Unit looks to be unmolested. Front wood bezel included. Sold as is due to age and use. No returns.

Sh ipping to USA is $21.00. International buyers please ask for shipping quote before bidding.

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