Colourful version of a low end Walkman, including accessories like the carrying strap and earphones.
An updated version of the EX1, with Dolby Noise Reduction Type B. Paved the way for the beautiful WM-EX5. ≡
Translucent orange with a unusually shaped remote. The remote is powered by another AA battery, next to the 2 in the unit.
Part of a colourful range of moderately featured Walkmans, to appeal to a young audience.
Low cost model with Mega Bass. DC in only for the EX196, identical otherwise.
The 15th anniversary Walkman with 25 times Hi-SPEED Music Search and pop-up eject mechanism. Available as EX1HG model, chrome plated.
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 last Sony portable with 2 headphone jacks, almost completely a WM-DD30 wearing a modern jacket. ≡
The Walkman has a thin body and a wealth of functions, making it ideal for learning English. ≡
An mix between the EX900 and the EX2000. It has the same dimensions as the EX2000, without MEGA Surround and the OFC head.
Essentially a WM-DDII with quartz lock and Dolby C noise reduction, using the same ICs as the D6C (released in the same year). ≡
With a disc driven brass rotor that in turn drives a belt driven mechanism. ≡
Final model produced for the Japanese domestic market, including the obligatory cradle. Jog dial like control wheel.
Less than 2cm thick, Without remote, not all functionality can be used due to limited buttons on main unit.
The battery door can be detached and flipped to accommodate either a gumstick or AA cell.
Under 20mm thick, a slender, curvier EX9. Without remote, not all functionality can be used due to limited buttons on main unit.