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Old vs. New Transistor Radio Exemplifies Advances
2/25/2019

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This 9-transistor Sony AM/FM radio is over 40 years old and still works, although tuning and audio quality are not as 'crisp' as they were decades ago. (Image source; RadioMuseum.org)

This 9-transistor Sony AM/FM radio is over 40 years old and still works, although tuning and audio quality are not as “crisp” as they were decades ago. (Image source; RadioMuseum.org)

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RituGupta
RituGupta
4/11/2019 11:16:52 PM
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Too precious
I actually have several of these vintage radios at home. It is not that I still use them because I can easily listen to any stations from the comfort of my bed with my radio app on the cellphone. However, they are a precious memoir that are great conversation starters especially with the younger generation.

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