Catalog of Sony Walkman models

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Sony TPS-L2 cover

Sony TPS-L2

1979“Guys & Dolls”
The TPS-L2 was the first commercially available personal stereo cassette player.
Sony WA-33 cover
Walkman Radio, with antenna, and with bultin loudspeaker.
Sony WA-5000 cover
A 7-band radio cassette-corder, with built-in microphone. 4xAA caddy can also be found in the earlier D6 and later D6C.
Sony WA-6000 cover
A 7-band radio cassette-corder, with built-in microphone, cue and review, and instant recording
Sony WA-77 cover
Sony's practically compact stereo radio cassette recorder from 1982.
Sony WA-8000 cover
Sony's compact stereo radio cassette recorder with 9-band analog tuner, and a digital clock with alarm.
Sony WA-8000MK2 cover
Sony's compact stereo radio cassette recorder with 10-band analog tuner, a digital clock with alarm, and stereo 0.18W speakers!
Sony WM-1 cover
Although the name might be misleading, it is the 3rd personal stereo cassette player to be announced by Sony.
Sony WM-10 cover

Sony WM-10

1983“Super Walkman”
The Sony WM-10 cassette player was released in the market in 1983. Its tiny size represents a tour-de-force of early 1980’s engineering.
Sony WM-100 cover
The first of new series of “cassette case sized”, without the battery in the main housing. For CND and US.
Sony WM-101 cover
First model in its class to adopt a "gum stick"-like rechargeable battery and accommodated AA batteries as well. For AEP, E and UK.
Sony WM-102 cover
The WM-102 was a "cassette case sized" model.
Sony WM-103 cover

Sony WM-103

1987“The Handsome Walkman”
SONY’s pursuit of small design has come to an end for now, and it is experimenting with more styling.
Sony WM-104 cover
Cassette size body with 5 section equalizer
Sony WM-109 cover
First wired remote control, enabling the Walkman to be placed in your bag, but controlled from the outside.
Sony WM-10RV cover
The final model in the WM-10 series of stretchable Walkmans is both the heaviest and thickest, but it uniquely features auto-reverse. Identical to the WM-40.
Sony WM-150 cover
Looks elegant and sounds well. Full metal body.
Sony WM-16 cover

Sony WM-16

1983“WM-6 twin”
This early auto-reverse model followed the WM-7, but was simpler and cheaper.