Catalog of Sony Walkman models

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Sony WM-EQ7WP cover


Colourful version of a low end Walkman, including accessories like the carrying strap and earphones.
Sony WM-EX2 cover
An updated version of the EX1, with Dolby Noise Reduction Type B. Paved the way for the beautiful WM-EX5.
Sony WM-DD9 cover

Sony WM-DD9

1989“Sony Walkman King”
Sound to Match the Ingenious Mechanism
Sony WM-EK1 cover
Translucent orange with a unusually shaped remote. The remote is powered by another AA battery, next to the 2 in the unit.
Sony YP-EW21 cover

Sony YP-EW21

1998“YPPY Spring-Summer '96”
Part of a colourful range of moderately featured Walkmans, to appeal to a young audience.
Sony WM-EX194 cover
Low cost model with Mega Bass. DC in only for the EX196, identical otherwise.
Sony WM-EX1 cover
The 15th anniversary Walkman with 25 times Hi-SPEED Music Search and pop-up eject mechanism. Available as EX1HG model, chrome plated.
Sony WM-D6 cover

Sony WM-D6

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 WM-DD33 cover

Sony WM-DD33

1991“Well-rounded DD30”
The last Sony portable with 2 headphone jacks, almost completely a WM-DD30 wearing a modern jacket.
Sony WM-EX90 cover

Sony WM-EX90

1991“Adult Walkman”
The Walkman has a thin body and a wealth of functions, making it ideal for learning English.
Sony WM-EX910 cover

Sony WM-EX910

2000“Son of EX2000”
An mix between the EX900 and the EX2000. It has the same dimensions as the EX2000, without MEGA Surround and the OFC head.
Sony WM-DC2 cover

Sony WM-DC2

1984“C, a line out!”
Essentially a WM-DDII with quartz lock and Dolby C noise reduction, using the same ICs as the D6C (released in the same year).
Sony WM-DX100 cover

Sony WM-DX100

1991“DD9 cousin”
With a disc driven brass rotor that in turn drives a belt driven mechanism.
Sony WM-EX651 cover

Sony WM-EX651

2004“Last JDM”
Final model produced for the Japanese domestic market, including the obligatory cradle. Jog dial like control wheel.
Sony WM-EX9 cover

Sony WM-EX9

1998“Color shifter”
Less than 2cm thick, Without remote, not all functionality can be used due to limited buttons on main unit.
Sony WM-EX508 cover
The battery door can be detached and flipped to accommodate either a gumstick or AA cell.
Sony WM-EX7 cover

Sony WM-EX7

1998“Green Hornet”
A refined version of the WM-EX5
Sony WM-EX900 cover

Sony WM-EX900

2000“EX9 descendent”
Under 20mm thick, a slender, curvier EX9. Without remote, not all functionality can be used due to limited buttons on main unit.
Sony WM-EX511 cover

Sony WM-EX511

1994“Aka EX618”
Also known as the WM-EX618, this super Walkman is just over 2cm thin but packed full of features