Value of an Admiral Console Record Player?

August 10, 2020

Value of an Admiral Console Record Player?I would like to know the year and value of the item. The model number is Y4692.


Value of an Admiral Console Record Player?
Value of an Admiral Console Record Player?


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This is a mid-50s model and had just the record player in it. When the 60s models came out they were a bit larger and had the radio in them. The condition determines the value of this console. Does it still work or not? If it is in good working condition and the console is in great shape and isn't all scratched or banged up people will pay up to $250 for one of these. On average, some people are only willing to pay $25-75 for one of these.


Selling this online can be a bit hard because you need to deal with shipping it off to the buyer. Some people go to an antique radio and stereo forum to sell and trade these items. A lot of times on the forum people have been looking for a certain style and model and they are willing to pay a bit more to get one. You can start off by listing this for around $250 and see what people offer you.

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April 30, 2021

Hi, I'm inquiring about an Admiral Stereophonic model number RC7 DOB-28AH. Can you please provide me with any information on this console? Please and thank you.


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There was one that was given a appraisal value of $100 to $200 for this stereo on a online link -

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August 9, 2021

Worth for 1966 Admiral Stereo: Lift The Lid Flight Deck Vintage?

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Your picture does not show very much of the console front and without more information it will be difficult to correctly identify your stereo.


You say '1966' and 'lift the lid flight deck' but i have reviewed several 1966 Admiral adds and cannot find this model.
Also, I do not believe it is the 'lift the lid flight deck' model as this model actually lifted the record player and 'works' to the top when the lid was opened. This does not appear to be the same as yours.

Someone may be able to offer more information If you will post more pictures and also pictures of the tags on the back of the unit so we can see the numbers etc.
Also, is everything working?
What players does it have -
phonograph, radio, 8-track, cassette, good speakers?

Remember; these units are very heavy and usually too costly to ship so it is usually advertised a 'local pick up only' which means the type of area where located will determine the final value.


Example: in my area we see consoles placed by the curb for trash pick-up as no one really wants them around here.
Your area may be better.

You can always ask your question on some of the forums:

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