HITACHI TRK-8290 e

The HITACHI TRK-8290 e, circa 1982, had Dolby Noise Reduction, two 4 1/2 inch woofers, a single cassette and a cue and review tape system.  It required 10 D cell batteries. It was roughly $200 …

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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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JVC RC-M70jw

The JVC RC-M70jw is 21 inches wide and 11.5 inches tall. It has a pair of 6.5 inch woofers, two 2 inch tweeters and produces 15 watts per channel. Some of its other features are: …

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Helix HX-4636

The Helix HX-4636 featured 4 speakers, dual amps, dual tape decks, a 5 band equalizer and a 4 band radio. It is 24 inches long and 14.5 inches tall. These boomboxes sell for $100 to …

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JVC RC-M90

This JVC RC-M90 is one of the most sought after boomboxes. It was produced in the early 80’s and was very large at 26 inches long and 14 inches high. It has two large 8 …

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Lasonic TRC-975

The LASONIC TRC-975 features colorful styling and lots of chrome accents. It has dual cassette, one of which has auto reverse, and built in 10 band graphic equalizer. It was manufactured by Yung Fu Electrical …

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Pioneer SK-900

The Pioneer SK-900 has a single cassette deck and four speakers. It also has a built in graphic equalizer. As you can see it also has a champagne color giving it a more opulent look. …

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JVC PC-R11 jw

This is the JVC PC-R11 jw. It features a single cassette, equalizer and the speakers are detachable. It has AM, FM, SW, and SW2. The JVC PC line isn’t nearly as popular as their RC …

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