WM-R202

Sony WM-R202 feature
WML ID #37
Manufacturer Sony
Model WM-R202
Year 1986
Made in Japan
Technical details, specifications
Battery 1AA
Available colors black gray
Dimensions 69.8*110.5*19.8 mm (153 cm³) 3D size
Weight 210 gr
Window yes
House case metal
Expandable no
External compartment yes
Tape selector Manual switch
Frequency range 40-15000@1 Hz
FMax output 4.5x2 mW
Functions
Record by input yes
Auto reverse yes
Anti rolling yes
Noise reduction Dolby B NR
Indicator led
Description

The WM-R202 was very similar to the WM-102, but with one important difference, it could record.

The WM-R202 was very similar to the WM-102, but with one important difference, it could record. Although the casework was much the same size as the WM-102, the styling was considerably more sombre, with a plain, unadorned brushed silver finish for the cassette door. In one corner of the cassette door was an indicator which showed the direction of tape play, an important feature for a recorder so that one knew on which side of the tape a recording would be made. This feature was not fitted to the WM-102. As was normal for Walkman recording models (except the WM-D6C and TC-D3), recordings could only me made on ferric tape, though chrome/metal tapes and Dolby B NR could be used for playback.

The WM-R202 used the same battery arrangements as the WM-102, with the choice of two external battery holders, one for an “AA” cell and one for a rechargeable battery. There was no built-in microphone, though a miniature stereo microphone, complete with stand, was included with each machine.
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