Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Adi, who writes:
I was reading something in the paper where Jean-Luc Godard’s La Chinoise (1967) was mentioned. So I googled for it and found just a trailer, when this set was popped for few frames:
I also found a production still:
I wonder how long it will take to name that set on the SWLing Post?
Regards, Adi From Israel.
I think I can already name it! 🙂 It’s an iconic one. Please comment if you can ID the receiver in these shots!
Yes it is a Braun T1000 CD as you can see on this site:
It’s a BRAUN T 100O Radio set:
Braun T 1000 CD World Receiver (1968), design by Dieter Rams in 1963 (T1000) “This 13 wavebands radio is a masterpiece of German design and engineering” as written at this URL :
Take care. Tune to your favorite radio programs 73’s
I recommend to view the first 2-3 minutes and later at about 54 minutes of this movie. A blast from the past…
There even was a special edition made for the US military.
I will take the above commenters word that the radio in the movie is a Braun T1000CD.
What I have learned for the first time in 51 years is what design look Lloyds “ripped off” for their less expensive 9N57B-37A multiband radio that was a present to me in 1970
This was quick…
I see that the T1000 was at SWLING three years ago
– I noticed that in the trailer Véronique is tuning the BFO… The full movie is in vimeo, I’ll watch and see was it relevant at all to the scene or she just “missed” the volume/tuning knob…
Maybe a 1967 Brunette?
That’s the beautiful Braun T1000CD, designed by Dieter Rams. Sold for about$1000 in 1967! I always listed after one. I got to play with one and spin the dials at Steinberg’s Radio, in Cincinnati, my resource for shortwave and ham gear!
Could be a Braun T-1000.