Hi-Fi in Fiberglass wrote:
Thanks everyone for your help in my questions regarding my sh18. I will be listing it soon on YouTube, there is no video yet of that model on YouTube, I looked lol.. There is a sh21 a d a sh22gl. That's all
Check this weekend and toy will see mine
im the guy with the motorola "portable" with the vibrasonic.i honestly cant remember the model#
and i have it put away.when i get the chance to take it out i will gladly let you know the model#
i still get a laugh at motorola passing this beast off as a portable.i cant imagine anyone
carrying it around anywhere,lol.unless they had one of those old metal stands with the wheels
i would guess these stayed put once it got to its new home.
I'm glad you popped in here! I love that Vibrasonic Motorola of yours and have been trying to find one but so far none have appeared.
If you ever do want to sell it please let me know!
It was mentioned that the Vibrasonic is activated by a lever,is the amount of reverb adjustable or is it simply an on/of lever?
The record changers they used in this model are beautiful,I love the sleek design of the golden tonearm and the futuristic look of the speed and reject switches.
What is the sound quality like on it? Is it pretty powerful?
i havent been feeling the greatest these last few weeks so i havent been at the computer much
thats why i just saw the motorola post today. yes there is a lever that i believe says off and on.
i dont notice any difference in either position so maybe its not working correctly? there is also a knob
like a volume knob that goes from 0 to 10,with 0 being no echo and 10 the most.i picked this beast up
about 25 years ago for $10 at the lou gerhig ALS record tent sale they used to have every year here in chicago.i got it on the last day,which was half off day.its pretty powerful but i think if it had bigger speakers it would be even better.someone mentioned the amp is the same as motorola used in their
consoles.the vibrasonic gives some spatiality to mono records so they dont sound so flat but for stereo
it seems to distort the music if put up anywhere passed 1 on the knob.omg i would imagine shipping this thing would cost a small fortune!the changer need some help,hard idler etc and whoever owned it cut the speaker wires off.so the only way they play is to leave them attached.thats about all i can say
about it other than its heavier than heck and is neat looking