Catalog of Sony Walkman models

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Sony WM-507 cover
Compact wireless receiver
Sony WM-190 cover
Leak-proof headphones of the new generation walkman
Sony WM-172 cover
The 1989 SONY wm-172 adopts a titanium color body with a sense of technology
Sony WM-170 cover
The new generation 17X series single-player has three different styles. The 170 is a traditional black.
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-FX315 cover
The radio equipped sister of the EX314, based on the FX303-305.
Sony WM-506 cover
Wireless model with HOT LINE function
Sony WM-EX560 cover
A made in Malaysia version of WM-EX552
Sony WM-F507 cover
Built-in FM in with wireless receiver, unit identical to WM-507.
Sony WM-F3010 cover

Sony WM-F3010

1994“Jukebox”
Aimed at kids, the shape reminiscent of a jukebox.
Sony WM-F502 cover
Four-band radio of TV UHF/VHF, which can listen to the popular stereo music and television programs at that time.
Sony WM-EX99R cover

Sony WM-EX99R

1992“Repeat after me!”
A combination of Walkman and language learning unit. It can store 4, 8 and 16s for repeated playback at reduced quality.
Sony WM-R202 cover
The WM-R202 was very similar to the WM-102, but with one important difference, it could record.
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-EX552 cover
A modern, thin, single AA powered model. It is the US version of the WM-EX550.
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 WM-33 cover
A simple Walkman with 3 band equalizer. WM-33 and WM-43 feature a status LED, WM-32 does not. Came with the MDR-010L headphones.
Sony WM-51 cover
This beautiful "designer styled" model was based loosely around the mechanical parts of the WM-F107.