The TPS-L2 was the first commercially available personal stereo cassette player. Created by Akio Morita, Masaru Ibuka (the co-fo ≡
This milestone walkman was the second walkman after the legendary TPS-L2 and set the form factor for the DD line. ≡
The excellent generation Sony Walkman is impeccably finished in fine satin gold and exudes a luxurious gold bling look.
Unit commonly known as "GAL". Sound quality changeover switch, pitch control, energizing lamp, LR balance adjustment, talk switch for conversation, etc.
Although the name might be misleading, it is the 3rd personal stereo cassette player to be announced by Sony. ≡
Stereo cassette player, sporting light, small headphones to listen to your favorite stereo tapes, standard or metal.
The first ever Walkman to have auto reverse. Arguably the most complex of all the Walkman models. ≡
The WM-D6 at first looks like a rather large personal stereo, but is really more like a miniaturised TC-D5 portable cassette deck. ≡
The first model of the 'disc drive' series, the WM-DD, was introduced in 1982, and had a solid reputation for performance.
The WM-F2 was a remarkably well-featured unit. Contained radio and could record, either from the radio or from an external source. ≡
Popular AKAI model, with Radio module in cassette form, and with transparent door.
This second-generation budget model replaced the WM-1. Offering similar facilities, it was three quarters of the size. ≡