On this page, you can access the debut year and suggested retail price of all the Voice of Music®, V-M Educational®, and V-M Professional Series® branded products. Please do not ask us “what it is worth” today – we do not know.
The “fine print”:
• Usually only the original model is shown. Example: Model 380 which was produced in versions from 380-1 through 380-5.
• Some V-M model numbers have been used twice. Example, Model 954 is a family of record changers and Model 954 is also a console.
• Record changers fall into two types:
- If description says “family”, then that means there could be hundreds of individual model
depending on the prefix and suffix. Example: Model 1200. See Do I have a V-M record changer?
to determine the complete model number of your V-M changer in any brand unit.
· Each record changer of the particular family grouping shares common design features but can
be styled completely differently from other family members!
· Any picture shown will be of only one version from that family!
- If a record changer is shown as a “sales model” then it is a single model that was sold by V-M dealers
and could include base, dust cover, and accessories. The record changer component will also have a
unique production model number in the usual fashion as described on the Do I have a V-M record
• With the exception of record changer families, all other models shown are complete products sold to retail customers. Assembly model numbers such as the amplifier models used in consoles are not included.
• Unique military and export models are not included. Accessories with model numbers are not included. Also not included are “S”, “SP”, and “PSP” special promotional packages and unique closeout models.