Made in Japan - 8 transistor - average reception and sound - leatherette plastic case - MW / SW1/2/3 - 4 'D' cells for 6V supply - fine tune and tone switch - Not a very nicely built radio, it has poor shielding and a lot of interference is recepted by this radio, so reception of stations is distorted by equipment like tv-sets etc. specially on SW bands.
Nice multiband radio from the 1970's.
Pocket radio made by Panasonic, with the 3 arrow logo - it has 7 working Matsusita transistors but on the cabinet there is stated: 6 transistor radio ???- 4 penlight AA 1,5 V batteries as supply.
Very nice round model with small stand.
Radio shaped like flashlight - AM radio - 4 penlight AA cells for 6V supply - well playing radio with 6 transistors.
Radio that is only 1 cm (~0,5 ') thick - 6 Ge + 2 Si transistors - AM/FM - it is shaped in the form of a card - works on 2 AAA cells for 3V supply - The same model was used for an AM-only radio: the R-012, it lacks the AM/FM switch on front.
Nice pocket radio, it has 6 transistors, 2 Silicon and 4 Germanium and some resistors are not discrete parts, but they are printed on the pcb.
Nice later pocket radio, it has 6 Silicon transistors.
Nice early central dial 6 transistor radio. Many of this type of radio were made and Panasonic had its own too: this one. This radio is a variation on the well known RCA radio. Now you can see of what radio Ross made its copy. Ross radio
Portable table radio of very nice quality, it
is MW only and DC only. 6 transistors. Insect proof.
External antenna connection. 4 UM-1 (D-cells) for 6V supply
9 transistor AM/FM desktop radio. supply by 3 AA penlight batteries. 9 Matsusita Ge transistors.
This little radio gives fine performance. Antenna for FM on the back. The top-lid can be opened and there is a little space to store cigarettes or other things.
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