We were amazed though that it still plays! We plugged an ipod into the RCA jacks, connected a speaker, and let it play a half hour! Actually had nice sound, although as expected had some background hum (as normal it prob needs new filter cap). The main 2 output tubes are IBM 320503. The 2 front 12ax7 said "made in holland" not sure of brand it wiped off.
6X5GT look to be USA tubes. Many of the front knobs are hard to turn, so pots will need further lubrication, replacing or repair.
The main Cinch Jones type multipin power connector, we had to wiggle a little so contacts may need further cleaning or even internal wires may need soldering, we did not open the connector up, we just wiggled till the tubes lit. We only tested it with 120vac, there are 6 and 12vdc options we did not try the rectangular multivibrator and 25A fuse socket is for that.Vibrator has octal socket and can unplug from the chasis. Turntable is missing tone arm, motor and platter spins but rubber idler is shot. The whole top comes off and can be discarded if not wanted. We did clean it a little and sprayed some contact cleaner in places. Tested all speaker terminals and all had sound.
Tested mic 1 and 3 jacks and RCA jacks, all passed audio. Not sure of its model# could not find, it also says Lafayette as per picture. So that is what we found but once again no guarantees due to age/condition. The item "Precision electronics 6L6G vintage Amplifier IBM 6L6 tubes Lafayette mono block" is in sale since Friday, May 8, 2020. This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps".
The seller is "bigavsound" and is located in Owego, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.