It plays stereo records, but because there is only one speaker it plays in mono. Has controls for volume and tone and also a switch for battery or A/C play.
The tip of the tonearm is missing, but can be repaired with some effort. The platter top is rubber and has been reconditioned to keep it soft. The tonearm has a rest for when it is in use.
The internals have been cleaned and lubricated in the appropriate places. The battery terminals have been cleaned.
This particular unit is dandelion yellow and has 4 rubber mounts which were added as an improvement to the case.
Can be jumpered to use 230 volts or 120 volts. The battery compartment foam has been replaced so that the batteries will stay in their proper place.
The 45 adapter attaches to the lid when not in use.
The top of the case snaps onto the unit.
RCA Model VPP 16N Portable Record Player AC/DC, Circa 1969
A collection of images from a reconditioned transistorized portable record player. Plays 33 1/3 and 45 records. Runs on 6 D cell batteries or alternating current.
The camera flash makes the unit look more dusty or dirty than it really is. You can zoom in on the images if you mouse over them. During autoplay zoom is disabled.
Valued in the range of $60 - $100.