Catalog of Sony Walkman models

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Sony WM-3 cover
WM-3 was the new number for the TPS-L2.
Sony WM-D6 cover

Sony WM-D6

1982“Daddy” Professional
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-F20 cover
The WM-F20 was very similar to the WM-F10. The only changes of note were that the hinges and slides were made a little stronger...
Sony WM-16 cover

Sony WM-16

1983“WM-6 twin”
Sony WM-DD2 cover

Sony WM-DD2

1984“DDII” DD
DD2 had the addition of Dolby B noise reduction, and many minor improvements.
Sony WM-40 cover
In the WM-10 family of super small Walkmans, now with the controls on the front (instead of top), and auto-reverse.
Sony WM-F65 cover
A distant relative of the expandable WM-10 family, now with recording and radio but without the sliding mechanism and 2xAA batteries in the Walkman.
Sony WM-75 cover
The smallest, compact “Sports” model from the series.
Sony WM-F75 cover
To describe the WM-F75 as a WM-75 with a built-in AM-FM radio...
Sony WM-D3 cover

Sony WM-D3

1985 Professional
The smaller Walkman Professional recorders, a DDII with additional components for recording borrowed from the WM-D6C.
Sony WM-50 cover
Walkman that parted from the conventional, hard-edged form for softer contours that fit comfortably in your hand.
Sony WM-R202 cover
The WM-R202 was very similar to the WM-102, but with one important difference, it could record.
Sony WM-F57 cover
FM Stereo/AM, Auto reverse in a compact, Casual package.
Sony WM-60 cover
Interesting model with 5 band graphic equalizer.
Sony WM-102 cover
The WM-102 was a "cassette case sized" model.