general-range receiver with push-button tuning
and storage for up to ten favorite stations.
Equipped with a 12/24 hour digital clock and
timer and powered by six AA batteries (2 for the
computer and clock and four for the radio).
Mains power is possible with the help of a 6
An internal ferrite antenna is used in medium
and long wave bands.
The extendable antenna on the top is used for FM
An external wire antenna can be connected using
a 3.5 mm jack plug, which is also used for
The sleeve can be connected to ground and the
tip connected to the antenna wire.
When this connection is used, the internal
ferrite antenna is disconnected and the medium
and long waves are attenuated.
The frequency range is 153 kHz to 26.100 MHz
continuous and FM from 87.6 to 108 Mhz.
Introduced in 1983.
The Sony ICF-7600DS has a
frequency range from 153 kHz to 29.995 MHz
continuous and FM from 76 to 108 Mhz.
This model has a BFO and can be used to listen
to single sideband transmissions.
This receiver was introduced in
On the left side is a carrying
strap, a sensitivity switch, a connection for a
stereo earphone (18Ω), a connection for a
recording device and the connection for the
On the right side is a fine-tuning button (to be
used with the button next to it, which switches
to SSB reception), a tone switch and the volume
At the top is the main switch for the power
The time can be set by a button
on the back.
A frequency can be entered by
means of the AM and FM buttons and the number
The receiver then tunes to the requested
frequency by pressing "execute".
Stations can be registered to a number key by
pressing "Enter" and a number between 0 and 9 at
the same time.
Manual tuning is possible with the arrow keys.
A red light to the right of the tuning scale
lights up when tuned correctly.
The time and a switch-on moment
can also be set.
The original price was DM
3 volts (2 x AA) + 6
volts (4 x AA) or
17.8 x 10.,5 x 3.3 cm
700 grams, incl
What was broadcast 1983?
Listen to "O
grande amor", by Stan Getz,
recorded on February 18, 1983 in Stockholm