Introduced in 1983 this Panasonic RX-5250 retailed for $349.99. As opposed to earlier designed boomboxes the RX-5250 had all its controls on the front of the box. It also incorporated red LED meters on the front panel. It’s a single cassette box with two woofers and two tweeters. Panasonic also marketed the Quasar brand and the Quasar GX-3652 is essentially the same box with only minor differences.
As you can see the RX-5250 has quite a few features and is a very good sounding box as well.
The RX-5250’s aren’t that rare but they are in pretty high demand. Pricing is all over the place. I’ve seen pretty decent units sell for around $50.00 and exceptionally clean and functional units sell for $420.00. Usually they are in the $200.00 to $250.00 range for a good condition working box.
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I’ve lost the power cord to my RX-5250. Do you have any idea where I can find and replacement and what cord type to ask for?
I love to have that boombox. What about the power system is it 230V or 120V please let me know. please let me know the price you sell