WM-75

Sony WM-75 feature
WML ID #28
Manufacturer Sony
Model WM-75
Series Sports
Together 7
Year 1985
Made in Japan
Technical details, specifications
Available colors yellow red blue dark
Dimensions 110*83*33 mm (301 cm³) 3D size
Window yes
House frame metal
House case plastic
Carry Clip
Expandable no
Tape selector Manual switch
Waterproof drop-proof
Speaker no
Functions
Record by input no
Record by int mic no
Hotline mode yes
 
Cue no
Balance (L/R) no
Equalizer no
Auto volume no
Auto reverse yes
AMS no
Blank skip no
Logic control no
Noise reduction Dolby B NR
Radio no
Radio tuner none
Radio bands 0
Remote control no
Wireless heaphone no
Indicator led
Description

The smallest, compact “Sports” model from the series.

This "Sports" model was compact, but far from basic. As one of the smallest models in the series, one might expect it would be fairly simple, though this was not true. Features such as Dolby B NR, switchable auto-reverse, metal tape compatibility and dual headphone sockets were all included, and the mechanism was of high quality all-metal construction.

As was usual for the Sports models, the WM-75 was splash resistant, with waterproof controls and rubber seals at all openings. The common practice of fitting some of the smaller switches, those for tape selection, reverse mode and Dolby NR, along with the battery holder, inside the cassette compartment was also followed.

The design of the cassette viewing window in the style of a ship’s porthole was a humorous touch, but, as if to balance this with a little practicality, the metal plated rim was raised. This, along with two silver studs at the bottom of the cassette door, protected the finish against scratches if the machine was placed face down.
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