This animal was another of my "paid too much" purchases from epay. This is a mid '50's Webcor Musicale Hi-Fi record player that has the GE VR-II cartridge. There is an Aux input as well as a tape output. The amp has 5 tubes: 6V6 x 2, 12AX7 x 2, & 6X5. There are two larger speakers on the side and a smaller speaker in the front. I have replaced all the caps in the amp and it appears to be pretty stout for what it is. Both of the needles are shot and the TT needs help. None of it's auto functions work and the idler wheel has a flat spot. I'm trying to decide if I want to repair the original record changer or replace it with a little newer model (like a Garrard or VM) in better condition. I do like the dual needle arrangement on the VR-II cartridge. That will enable me to play both microgroove and 78 records without having to swap needles around. Will the GE VR-II cartridge safely play a stereo record or should I just stick to mono? Of course, I'd never play any mint condition records of any value on this. I'm anxious to hear this thing at it's full potential.