GE General Electric Portable Automatic Record Player

Record Player
G reetings, vintage vinyl record enthusiasts! Looking for a truly portable automatic record player? That's an unusual combination of record player features, but sure enough, we have just that! It's a nice clean example of the Portable Automatic Record Player, model GE V638H from the mid-60s. This solidly-built portable has a high impact plastic suitcase type case with handles, and an attractive burnt orange turntable deck. This record player runs and plays now, but it will require some attention to make it fully operational. See the details below. This record player consists of a 3-speed Automatic RD703GIA Record Changer; a Solid State amplifier, and a unique 6" x 2-1/2" elliptical speaker. The changer mechanism uses metal parts (not flimsy plastic). Its turntable spins at three speeds: 33-1/3, 45 and 78 rpm. T are two separate needles on its flip cartridge, so that the correct size stylus is available for LPs, 45s and 78s. The changer was designed to stack and play 7", 10" & 12" records. T is a switch for making this selection. The original changer spindle adapter for 45-rpm records is also included. T is a dedicated compartment to store the 45 spindle, when not in use. Power requirements are 117 VAC (60 Hz), 30 watts. The power cord wraps up neatly on dedicated
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