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The first transistor radio was the Regency TR-1. Site includes history by Regency co-founder John Pies, TR-1 patent, trivia and links to web sites. Raytheon, Regency-TI and the unknown Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo company from Japan fiercely sprinted to have the first transistor radio on the consumer market. The Regency-TI team reached the mark in October 1954 with its pocket radio, while Raytheon...
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In our debut podcast, we trace the roots of rock & roll back to the beginnings, with timeless songs from artists like Tampa Red, Montana Taylor, and Charley Patton. Join us! On the All-Transistor Radio, we are streaming four channels of handmade, original radio playlists. 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Listen to our Spotify and YouTube playlists, and check out the visual library on our Tumblr...
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"Transistor Radio was born at The Stone's Throw in Eau Claire Wisconsin. It was the brainchild of lead guitar player Chris Connell to bring back the sounds of the 70s played on the Transistor Radio. Some of the greatest R&B and soul songs have been forgotten and we have taken it upon ourselves to...
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Prices shown in currencies other than US Dollars are estimates based on current exchange rates. We will charge your credit card in US Dollars on the day your order is shipped, and the conversion to your local currency will be done at the prevailing rate by your credit card issuer. C. Crane will...
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This site is devoted to the repair and servicing of Zenith transistor radios. For those who enjoy transistor and Zenith transistor radio history, there are some very interesting choices under the “History” menu option. Also, there are links to other historical information sites. For Zenith...
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Mike Peebles has been producing crystal radios, tube radios, transistor radio kits, and informative instruction articles, since 1988. Mike has been building and tinkering with crystal radio, tube & transistor radios since the age of ten, which included AM and short wave radios as well. Having lived through many years of the exciting evolution of radio, he has acquired a well-rounded...
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This site is dedicated to my collection of homemade tube and solid-state radios, commercial tube and transistor radios, analogue and digital shortwave radios, tube and transistor radio kits and reel-to-reel tape recorders. Radios, radios, and more radios, carefully photographed and displayed here for your viewing pleasure! Start your journey at the tube and transistor radio pages, and witness...
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Excellent pictures and info on vintage transistor radios and other vintage collectibles and mid-century modern antiques. Portfolio of Eric Wrobbel Design, Photography, Advertising, Graphic and Fine Art. The Words and Music of Eric Wrobbel. Transistor Radios, Crystal Radios, Pix and Info on Collectible Radios. Eric Wrobbel Design, Photography, Advertising, Graphic and Fine Art. The Books, Music,...
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Jennifer Burak, working under the name Zerobird Studio, provides pillows depicting, in corresponding color, the various CTA train lines. Rossana Reformado's Chicago-themed coasters and magnets are popular items in the store, as are fused-glass coasters by Laurie Freivogel, who works under the name Kiku Handmade. Our stock of Chicago-themed coasters was recently added to with the work of Dark...
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Radio! The station dial is the turntable and the clear cover opens real slow when you push the pushbutton, just like the real thing! The needle arm adjusts the volume! It measures 6" by 2" by 5" and requires 4 AA batteries (not included).Mint in the box and never opened! This AM/FM radio is designed to mimic a phonograph. The dust cover serves as a lid and automatically opens with just a touch...
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Your FREE membership in the transistornetwork.com allows you to build your own transistor radio gallery, featuring you & your unique collection. You can be "on the net" quickly, using no more computer skills than it took you to get here! It's easy and fun...and free! You've spent years getting together a really fine collection. Don't hide it in the closet -- show it off to the world! Each week...
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