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Old 10th Aug 2020, 7:17 pm   #21
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Real valve amplifiers don't usually have miniature rock bands standing on them, unless it's Spinal Tap, of course...
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Old 10th Aug 2020, 7:59 pm   #22
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Neumann VMS77 record lathe used to cut the disc.

Probably one of the best.
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Old 15th Aug 2020, 7:28 pm   #23
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There's a drawing of what looks like an American version of a Dansette on the sleeve of this m.f.p. LP of 1950's records, but I don't know if it represents an actual autochanger.
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Old 15th Aug 2020, 9:39 pm   #24
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Looks to me very much like an RCA Victor, it has the big cylinder on the turntable so you can stack ex jukebox records, it also looks like a Collaro turntable. RCA used a lot of them
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it has the big cylinder on the turntable so you can stack ex jukebox records
American 7" 45's all had large centre holes. They also did 7" mini albums that had a small hole and ran at 331/3. Many Jukeboxes had sensor switches in the turntable to determine whether it's a 45 or 33.
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