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Sony WM-51 ▶ Walkman.land

WM-51

Sony WM-51 feature
WML ID #46
Manufacturer Sony
Model WM-51
Year 1987
Made in Japan
Initial price 19000 ¥
Technical details, specifications
Battery 1AA
Available colors white turquoise red pink black
Dimensions 90.5*109*23 mm (227 cm³) 3D size
Weight 220 gr
House case plastic
Expandable no
External compartment no
Tape selector Manual switch
Waterproof no
Speaker no
FMax output 4x2 mW
Functions
DC in yes
Record by input no
Record by int mic no
Hotline mode yes
 
Cue no
Balance (L/R) no
Phone type 3
Equalizer no
Auto volume no
Auto reverse yes
AMS no
Blank skip no
Logic control no
Hold lock yes
Bass no
Noise reduction Dolby B NR
Radio no
Remote control no
Indicator led
Description

This beautiful "designer styled" model was based loosely around the mechanical parts of the WM-F107.

This beautiful "designer styled" model was based loosely around the mechanical parts of the WM-F107 "Solar Walkman". Though not itself solar powered, it did include a novel feature, the headphones were permanently attached and could be rewound and stored in the machine using a large winding wheel at the rear. A second pair of headphones could also be connected, using a conventional socket.

As with the WM-F107, the mechanism was finely made and featured auto reverse. Dolby B NR was also included, and normal, chrome or metal tapes could be used. Power came either from a single "AA" cell or from a rechargeable battery, which was included with the Walkman, along with a special fast-charger. The cassette door was retained shut by a catch that was released by pressing the stop button for a second time, though this function could be locked using a slide switch next to the winding keys.

The volume control was mounted in an exposed position at the rear of the case, in a style similar to that used for the much earlier WM-2. A slight disappointment here was that not so much care had been taken in the styling of the central retaining screw, but it would take more than a little mistake like this to spoil the appearance of an otherwise very appealing design.
Via walkmancentral

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