Sony ZX-7

This is probably one of the more rare Sony boomboxes and definitely has one of the cooler names.  It is the Sony ZX-7.  ZX-7 sounds fast and high tech, almost like a high end race …

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Sony CFS-9000

This Sony CFS-9000 is at the later end of the vintage scale but is still a neat boombox.  It is a component design with detachable speakers as well as handle. Anybody familiar with these Sony’s …

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Sony CFM-104

Ok, so there’s not much Boom in this box, but you have to admit this Sony CFM-104 has an intriguing design.  I’m not sure how loud that single speaker can get but the handle on …

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Sony CFS-900

This was one of Sony’s popular small boomboxes in the mid to late 80’s It is the Sony CFS-900. It came in both cream white and black color schemes and was a pretty basic single …

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Sony SRF-80W

I’m not sure how much “boom” one can get out of this Sony SRF-80W boombox given its small size but it is definitely an interesting piece.  It’s very similar to today’s iHome and other speaker …

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Sony FH-3

This is the Sony FH-3. It’s the little brother of the Sony FH-5. As you can see it has some unique styling. It uses push buttons for the input source as well as the cassette …

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Sony CFS-700 TranSound

The Sony CFS-700 also known as the TranSound is a rarely seen example of Sony’s vintage boombox models. It also incorporates some features that we’re very original for its time. The boombox had a built …

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SONY CFS-85S

The Sony CFS-85S was introduced in 1979. It’s a fairly hard boombox to find and they don’t come up for sale that often. It has a distinct vintage look to it with it’s wood grained …

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Sony CFS-920

The Sony CFS-920 was part of Sony’s sports boombox line introduced in the mid 80’s. The boomboxes were AM/FM cassette and were very durable, water resistant and had rubber fittings at the seams. The Sony …

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