- Sony Radio Cassette Player WM-FX30 Auto Reverse Walkman FM/AM
- Made by Sony
- One per order
- Hard to find.
- Great for collectors & hobbyists
Sony Radio Cassette Player WM-FX30 Auto Reverse Walkman FM/AM. One per order. Made by Sony Corp. Sony Walkman Version. It is a AM/FM Radio. It is a Cassette Tape Player. It is Auto reverse. Has a Tape Radio Off/Radio On switch, Has a optional earphone/headphone hole, Has a tuning dial wheel, has a volume wheel, has a AM/FM band switch, Has a DX Normal Local CRO2 Metal switch, Stop Button, Rewind Button, Fast forward button play button, Mode switch, direction switch, optional ac/sc plug adapter hole. Comes with belt or shirt clip. requires 2 "AA" Batteries. The metal-cased blue-and-silver Walkman TPS-L2, the world's first low-cost portable stereo, went on sale in Japan on July 1, 1979. In the UK, it came with stereo playback and mini headphone jacks, permitting two people to listen at the same time (though it came with only one pair of MDR-3L2 headphones.). Where the Pressman had the recording button, the TPS-L2 had a "hotline" button which activated a small built-in microphone, partially overriding the sound from the cassette, and allowing one user to talk to the other over the music. Originally marketed as the "Soundabout" in the U.S., the "Stowaway" in the U.K., and the "Freestyle" in Sweden, Sony soon had the new name "Walkman" embossed into the metal tape cover of the device. When the follow-up model, "Walkman II" came out, the "hotline" button and second jack had gotten phased out. Walkman WM-D6C Pro (1984) Sony Corporation is the electronics business unit and the parent company of the Sony Group, which is engaged in business through its eight operating segments – Consumer Products & Devices (CPD), Networked Products & Services (NPS), B2B & Disc Manufacturing (B2B & Disc), Pictures, Music, Financial Services, Sony Ericsson and All Other.
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