Transistorized portable clock radio with alarm
Based on the L1X75T "Kayak" transistor radio from 1957. This radio has a clock on the left side (the -02 series has a barometer) and added long wave. Made from black plastic with a silver colored metal front. The jagged edge around the wavelength scale is used for tuning. Diagonally left above the tuning scale is the thumb wheel of the on/off/volume knob. The back cover is closed with two screws. The setting buttons for the clock and the alarm clock, the knob for setting the function (off, radio, alarm clock) and an aluminum support are at the back. The wavelength switch is located on the right side. On the left is the connection for an earphone. The receiver is powered by four 1.5 volt AA batteries.
The wavelength range is: MG 188-566 meters, LG 1190-1949 meters. The intermediate frequency is 452 kHz.
Transistors: OC44, OC45 (2x), OC71 (2x), OC72 (2x) diodes: OA95 (2x).
The original price was f 198,-.
Data Circuit
Serial number: 76999
Dimensions (w×h×d): 23 × 9 × 3.7 cm
Made in: 1960
Given to me in: 2020
Sold in: 2022
Weight: 0.63 kg (including batteries)

What was broadcast in 1960 ?


Listen to "On Green Dolphin Street" by John Coltrane (ts), Wynton Kelly (p), Paul Chambers (b) en Jimmy Cobb (dr), recorded on March 28, 1960 in Düsseldorf, Germany


This page was last edited on 25.12.2022