Catalog of Sony Walkman models

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Sony WM-RX707 cover

Sony WM-RX707

1993“The Gorilla”
A recording capable Walkman, clearly inspired by the RX77.
Sony WM-25 cover
This model appears identical to the WM-24, except for the grey finish and the slightly revised styling of the cassette door. The sombre colour scheme was clearly aimed at a more mature user.
Sony WM-DD10 cover
Sony WM-EX633 cover
A budget model with 15X speed music search and extra long play time (33 hours) with a single alkaline battery.
Sony WM-BF40 cover
Built-in two-band radio, low and high equalizer, and DBB - MegaBass switch on the door
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-R202 cover
The WM-R202 was very similar to the WM-102, but with one important difference, it could record.
Sony WM-3000 cover

Sony WM-3000

1989“Duo-Windo”
One of the My First Sony range, aimed at kids. Front and rear window, the latter showing the mechanism. Object in the rear view window are closer than they appear?
Sony WM-AF64 cover
3 analog FM presets. Models using similar mechanism: WM-F59 and WM-F69.
Sony WM-505 cover
Key to this models compactness is the use of a slim ni-cad battery in both the player and the headphones wireless receiver.
Sony WM-WX808 cover
Deluxe wireless remote controller, and a sticky Walkman.
Sony WM-WE01 cover
One of the 20th anniversary models and the last wireless Walkman, a redesigned WE-01 with GROOVE. Both remote control and headphones are separate units, both wireless. It was introduced together with the D-E01 Discman, see the PDF press release.
Sony WM-EX5 cover

Sony WM-EX5

1996“Mirror Man”
Commemorative model to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Sony corporation.
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-F73 cover
The WM-F73 was very similar to the WM-F63, the only difference being that the radio offered an extra TV band.
Sony WM-3 cover

Sony WM-3

1981“Renamed TPS-L2”