12 thoughts on “Can you identify this mystery AM/FM radio?

  1. Danti

    Das Radio ist total Scheiße. Habe es für 15,00 Euro bei einen Secound Laden gekauft. Das Problem.
    Es kommen 3 AA R6 Batterien rein. Aber die funktionieren nicht und klemmen im Gerät.
    Es können nur AA R6BE von Panasonic eingelegt werden. Diese Panasonic R6BE , BE muss es sein. Und die gibt es nur im Internet. Das ist total Scheiße !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Reply
  2. Karel Vais

    Mám ten samý rádiobudík, ale v?bec nehraje.
    Nemáte n?kdo servisní manuál, nebo aspo? schéma (schematic diagram) tohoto rádia ?
    Rádio nehraje, ale hodiny jsou vpo?ádku.
    Dík za jakoukoliv pomoc.
    ——————————————————
    I got the same alarm clock, but did not play.
    Does anybody have the service manual, or at least diagram (schematic diagram) of the radio?
    Radio does not play, but the clock is right.
    Thanks for any help.

    Reply
  3. Bob

    I have one of these radios. It still works great. I just can’t figure how to set the clock. Holding the set button does nothing. Holding both buttons does nothing as well. Does anyone know?

    Reply
  4. Paul

    The lady who had the radio was kind enough to just give it to me. I will take better photos and see if a small writeup can be done.

    Reply
  5. Pingback: Mystery radio identified | The SWLing Post

  6. Ulli

    The radio was a giveaway about 1995.
    I opened it :
    1 IC Sony CXA1191S 314J22V , 5 Transistors , 3 -band filter , 5.5 cm speakers , 8ohm , 0.5 W.
    Today’s AA batteries are a bit too long, the 3 AA not quite fit into the battery tray .
    The display with the time can be tilted .
    On the back is a sticker :
    AM / FM CLOCK RADIO LCD , DC POWER SUPPLY , RADIO DC 4.5 V, 1.5 V DC CLOCK ,
    ART No. 05796-07 , CENTRON LABORATORIES LTD .
    and on housing :
    U.K.REG.NO.2013420 .

    Reply
  7. Steve Ponder

    After staring at the photo for some time, something in my head tells me it _could_ be a DAK radio. Remember those radios? Some were pretty good, some were not, but most had case/cabinet designs that were not like the mainstream portables of the day (Sony, Grundig, Radio Shack, etc.). Just my thoughts. Pretty interesting-looking radio, by the way. How does it perform?

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.