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    Posted 10 years ago

    DanBenton
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    This is the 1959 RCA Victor. Model SHC-461 " The New Debonaire " This is a Canadian Model. This was made in Montreal. I also have both of the original instruction manual along with the original RCA Record. RCA Victor LSA-2290 Stereo Action. "It's Magic" BY Marty Gold and his Orchestra. Everything with this unit works. This unit also holds a very low serial number. I have tried to research this unit on the net but i have only seen one drawing of this unit no pictures like this. i plan to keep this in the family.

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    1. Curtis007 Curtis007, 4 years ago
      Hey there, I just picked up a 2 PC. 461 from pa. a couple of weeks ago. It's a lighter color wood....almost a blonde but not really yellow.
    2. Titanstats, 3 years ago
      Hi.

      Nice console.

      I know this is an old post, but I'm trying it anyway. Have the opportunity to pick one of these up, wondering if you could tell me what the power amp section on this is like -- output tubes, etc. Would be greatly appreciated. It's a bit of a drive and I don't want to make the trip if the electronics aren't worth restoring.

      Thanks!

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