anita-11962-stereo-console-001 Posted by: Pam Kueber • September 10, 2008 Comments 21 Comments Gloria says November 26, 2009 at 10:42 am Hiya there I’m trying to find out what make of majestic stereo my father owned. It begins with Har……its solid state with a 7 inch record player one side and VHF/FM stereo the othet side. It’s beautiful just needs some tlc. Can anyone help??? Reply Brian Becker says December 9, 2009 at 11:29 pm hey astro I have a vintage grundige consoles stereo with a short wave radio my grand father think it is about the late 50’s early 60’s made by a coumpany in germany i will have pic tomarrow it is in mint condition no scratches. how much you think it is worth or if I should hang on to it. please help!!!! Reply pam kueber says December 10, 2009 at 7:27 am Hi Brian. No buying/selling or valuing on the main part of the blog, but I left this up since there seem to be a few huge fans of this particular model out there. Perhaps they can point you in a helpful direction. Good luck. Reply R. Brower says December 23, 2009 at 2:27 am Hello all! Today I found an RCA Victor New Vista Solid State Stereo Model VGT-29L on the side of the road, good thing I have a truck! I have since spent hours trying to find information about it online. It has two booklets with it (the promo tag that was on it at the store describing all of its features, and the instruction manual). They are in EXCELLENT condition. As far as I can see, the parts inside the cabinet are in good condition as well, though the dial that selects FM/AM/record is stuck in the record position. Everything inside looks clean. I’m not a collector of these things and was wondering how bad it would be if I gutted it and used it for a television stand. Should I keep it intact? I know we aren’t supposed to value things on this blog, but will I kick myself later if I take the electronic parts out of it? Does anyone know where I can find information on this neat console? Reply David Myers says April 26, 2010 at 11:45 am RCA Victrola radio Model VLT 29 L My mother has one of these. Has had it since about 1953, still works. Anyone know what these are worth? I cannot find any info on it. Reply GrooveMills says August 29, 2011 at 8:19 pm I recently acquired a RCA Victor model VLT74 “The Beaucaire” from my grandmother. I have a background in recording engineering and love most things vintage so you can imagine my excitement to receive such a piece. I moved it into my house with my father much to the chagrin of his aging back… We plugged the old girl in and voila, she sounds amazing (wished for tubes…happy with transistors…for now……). I have been trying to find information on the unit and to my dismay it’s as if it never existed. Entering any of the information I provided at the beginning of this post into Google produces little to no useful information. I really would like to open the unit and check out the workings. Primarily however, I would like to know where to solder the wires from the turntable arm to the cartridge as it is not currently attached. I am proficient with an iron but, don’t want to just wing it and hope it works. If anyone has any information or knowledge of this or similar units please contact me. I would be happy to provide pictures of the piece as well. It really is in quite great shape! Thank you, JPM Reply pam kueber says August 29, 2011 at 9:38 pm Hi GrooveMills, be sure to subscribe to these Comments to see if anyone responds! Good luck, sounds beautiful! Reply Jeffrey T says October 28, 2014 at 8:40 pm What you have there is a Korting Delmonico…..tube driven amp and shortwave. Telefunken turntable. Mine is an exact match. Reply Rachel says February 26, 2015 at 3:20 pm Hello all was searching for information on a stereo console model VLT28L. Record player and am fm radio. Can’t seem to get any volume when i play the records but the radio volume works great. Any ideas ? Reply « Older Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Comment Notify me of followup comments via e-mail Renovate Safe! Get informed about the environmental & safety issues in your vintage home. #1 RULE: Consult with pros. More info: EPA asbestos website ... EPA lead website ... Consumer Reports safety blog ... U.S.F.A. – electrical fire safety.