The daddy of the Walkman cassette range, produced for pro users with a host of features. ≡
The WM-D6 at first looks like a rather large personal stereo, but is really more like a miniaturised TC-D5 portable cassette deck. ≡
Sony's compact stereo radio cassette recorder with 9-band analog tuner, and a digital clock with alarm.
Although the name might be misleading, it is the 3rd personal stereo cassette player to be announced by Sony. ≡
The KT-S3 was the 3rd in the KT-S series. It could be equipped with tuner pack RP-S2 for FM radio reception. ≡
The first ever Walkman to have auto reverse. Arguably the most complex of all the Walkman models. ≡
This second-generation budget model replaced the WM-1. Offering similar facilities, it was three quarters of the size. ≡
The TPS-L2 was the first commercially available personal stereo cassette player. Created by Akio Morita, Masaru Ibuka (the co-fo ≡
The excellent generation Sony Walkman is impeccably finished in fine satin gold and exudes a luxurious gold bling look.
The WM-F2 was a remarkably well-featured unit. Contained radio and could record, either from the radio or from an external source. ≡
The first Walkman developed for use during outdoor activities. Marked the first appearance of the distinctive yellow seen in later sports models. ≡