Schaub Lorenz Germany
model Junior 5
MW / VHF (FM) radio - nice radio, playes well - Japan pcb inside not of good quality - 8 transistors - oval speaker - 4 AA batterys in bottom - antenna type not original - this radio is of the pre ITT period, Schaub Lorenz joined the ITT concern in the late 1960s.
This is a AM/FM radio of the late 1960s, of Schaub Lorenz / ITT, made in Germany with a mix of parts from all over the world.
model Polo T40L
Radio made in Germany in 1964 - it has 11 transistors - this radio is of good quality and is very differently built compared to other radios, that is noticable when you look at the unusual position of the knobs of the radio. This is a guinine Schaub made in Germany.
Model Pony SW
Pocket radio made by NEC Japan for Schaub in approx. 1963, this radio employs 8 transistors and also the SW band and has a telescopic antenna. The radio has a back stand. It has average reception and sound, the SW is not very sensitive, so has limited usability. Supply by a 9V P-cell.
Model Weekend Electronic 102
Big radio of the 'Weekend' series with 3 mechanic presets, (although called 'electronic'). The radio is from the 1960s made in Germany and is a deluxe radio of Schaub. This radio was very usefull in a caravan or a holiday house. Supply by 2x4.5V flaslight cells. This is a powerfull performing radio of excelent quality, this radio exceeds the quality standards of for instance the Telefunken radios of that era, although the outside looks are quite similar: the same uggly plastic wood cabinets that was fashion in those days in Germany.
model Touring Europa
Portable radio of the 'Touring' series. The Touring series were made to take on vacation and take it with you from place to place. This is the most 'deluxe' Touring model. The radio is from the 1960s made in Germany and is still a very popular radio of Schaub. Supply by 6x1.5V D flaslight cells. This is a powerfull performing radio of excelent quality, this radio exceeds the quality standards of for instance the Telefunken radios of that era.
Advertising page of a Belgium magazine in 1959 of the Schaub transistor radios.
©Hans Hilberink PE1MMK ® Radiomuseum 1994 / 27-10-2002.