The radio has medium and long wave.
Walnut veneered cabinet with
"rising sun". Bakelite dial surround and Bakelite knobs.
The dial has printed station names in two
colours (black: medium wave (200-575 meters), red: long wave
(900-2000 meters)). The
receiver has automatic volume control, tone control and
an electrodynamic loudspeaker. The intermediate
frequency is 108 kHz and the sensitivity on medium wave
is 5μV; very high for a 4-valve receiver.
The original "Erres" loudspeaker
cloth is still intact. The design of the radio is by
Otto van Tussenbroek.
A connection for antenna and earth
are situated at the back, as well as a connection for a
gramophone and an extra loudspeaker.
The celluloid window in front of the
dial becomeopaque. It was replaced by a new window.
The original price was f
137,50. The AC/DC version was the KY151, price f 150.
The same radio was also made without loudspeaker as