model L 1 X 75T
picture soon to come
MW radio from 1957. Early pocket radio.
model 90 RL 052
Nice 6 transistor radio. Supply by 2 x AA cells for 3Volt. 6 Philips silicon transistors. MW/LW, schematics inside radio.
model 90 RL 076
Nice yellow coloured 6 transistor radio. Supply by 2 x AA cells for 3Volt. 6 Philips silicon transistors. MW, schematics inside radio. Case is 1 CM wider than the usual Philips pocket radio.
model 90 RL 033
Nice orange coloured 6 transistor radio. Supply by 2 x AA cells for 3Volt. 6 Philips silicon transistors. LW only !!! This radio was made for the French market, where LW is still common, while in the rest of Europe, exept France and GB, the LW is of no importance anymore. Schematics inside radio.
model 90 AL 098
Pocket radio of 1970 with 6 Philips Silicon transistors, schematics inside radio.
Nice 6 transistor pocket radio of the 1970's
Nice radio with plastic case that is covered with leatherette.
AC/DC Radio from the early 1970's that is quite different designed compared to the radios of the 1960s...
Model L6X38T /02
Multiband radio of the 1960's, of in my opinion only limited quality, but very popular then among radio amateurs and nowadays by the collectors. It's looks are impressive, but it's performance is rather limited to even poor on SW. It lacks fundamental sensivity on SW and it is built not very well, the inside looks unusual sloppy for a radio of this pricetag. It has no SSB so usability by radio-amateurs is limited. Many competitors of other brands looked even nicer and performed many times better specially on SW and did have usable SSB incorporated, look at my website at radios like Nordmende and Grundig. It could not compete with USA made radios like the Zeniths.
Model Sharpie L3X72T
First series of Philips all transistor radios of 1957. It employs 4 early Philips glass transistors and 3 early RCA transistors.
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