The first Japanese transistor radio. At 560 g, the radio incorporates five transistors and is powered by four AA batteries. The use of punched aluminum for the speaker .Although the dial scale and Sony logo are modeled after previous products, the designers sought a completely new style in other respects, which led to a radio of unprecedented size (89 x 140 x 38.5 mm) and shape.
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Electro Heaven. Short and to the point this video went up on our story but I kept coming back to it on my phone and decided it needed to be resurrected (hence the low video quality & cut off words at the top). The raw jacking sound of a Roland TR-55 through a Maestro G-2 and then an RE-150. So analogue and so addictive.