Unique and very hard to find vintage stereo system as I believe it was only produced a very short time in 1972/1973. There is even one in the Smithsonian! VG condition for being almost 50 years and sounds great!It is a heavy, heavy about 60 pounds! System made of wood and enamel finish? Some wear here and there but nothing major.
PLEASE see all the photos and ask for more via message system if it is of importance to you. The lid has a small broken spot but it is only visible if you take off lid as shown in last photo. It still fits in the channel and raises smoothly and stays up by itself. Lid also has some scratching commensurate for age.If you are a purist, I would imagine an auto detail place that "restores" plastic headlights could easily buff it out. The speakers slide out and gives it another great look as system is suspended on a pedestal stand.
It is a very nice system and not one you will find complete and is as good a working condition as this one! I would imagine in a city you could get more. Phonograph record player sounds great. IF you are local to Tucson, more than welcome to check it out in person. 1973 Ad specs SC7300 - Freestanding floor component with stereo receiver, 8-track tape player, automatic record changer and matched speaker system.
40 Watts peak music power (20 Watts EIA music power). Six push button function controls for selection of entertainment mode desired.Switchable automatic frequency control (AFC) on FM. Stereo light indicates FM stereo reception. Separate volume, base, treble and power control. Plays automatic continuous music or allows manual programming.
Four separate indicator lights show which program channel is playing. Deluxe three-speed automatic record changer. High reliability ceramic cartridge with diamond stylus. Storage well for cartridges under dust cover.45 RPM adapter and protective dust cover included. Matched speaker system has a 10 woofer and two 3 tweeters in each enclosure. Jack pack has input and output jacks for optional tape recorder accessories.
Jacks for 4-channel decoder/amplifier and remote QuadriFi speaker systems. Three position speaker switch for combinations of main, remote and QuadraFi speaker systems.It is about 17x30x30 inches and weighs right at 60 pounds. Boxing and padding will add to that. I have a PDF manual if you would like a copy. They made two slightly different versions with buttons in different location but still same functions. The item "Vtg 1973 GE Stereo Music System Record Player Turntable MCM Space Age Mod Sc7300" is in sale since Tuesday, July 27, 2021.
This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Record Players". The seller is "treasuretradin2019" and is located in Tucson, Arizona.
This item can be shipped to United States.