Technics 1200: "Tough enough to take the disco beat. And accurate enough to keep it." (Ad from 1979)

Vintage audio Technics "Tough enough to take the disco beat. And accurate enough to keep it.

The original Sony Walkman was marketed in 1979 as the Walkman in Japan and, from 1980, the Soundabout in many other countries including the US, Freestyle in Sweden and the Stowaway in the UK.

The original Sony Walkman was marketed in 1979 as the Walkman in Japan and, from the Soundabout in many other countries including the US, Freestyle in Sweden and the Stowaway in the UK.

Sony Walkman W800 (1985)

Sony Walkman So THIS is what a Walkman looks like.

Heavy Metal! TDK MA-R Type IV Audio Cassette. The last blank cassettes I bought. Phenomenal reference quality but much too heavy for the Walkman! Are these about to make a comeback?

TDK MA-R Type IV Audio Cassette with metal chassis. The last blank cassettes I ever bought. Phenomenal reference quality but much too heavy for the Walkman! Are these about to make a comeback?

SONY Solar Walkman - WM-F107

SONY Solar Walkman - Oh MY god.I have this in myelectonics box left over from the had a lot of good workouts together friend

Disco

a disco ball! i've always dreamed about having a fancy schmancy living area with a disco ball.

Sony Walkman DDII

SONY Walkman WM-DDII Red - The most reliable piece of electronics. I really need this now since I found my fav cassettes.

Project C-90 | Catalogue | Compact cassettes | TDK | TDK MA-R MK2

Project C-90 | Catalogue | Compact cassettes | TDK | TDK MA-R MK2

SONY WM-DD100 Boodo Khan - The Walkman Archive

'Massive Attack' favorites' the Sony 'Boodo Khan', with the legendary matching headphones.

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