Philips RR 70
AM - FM - Radio Cassette Recorder
This I got from my Parents in 1969
We drove to Arendal to buy it - They made me very Happy!
This was ment to keep me at home and away from the girls!
But I guess it worked very well to make the girls happy as well!
school - We always listened to this great radio!
I always had it with me in the back
on my great motorbike - The Tempo Trigger!
CCR - Creedence had some great hits in
Great to be able to record "Ti i Skuddet" - "Top-Ten" with Pop &
Januar 1971 Korporal Tom Rikard - Radioskole-elev - Telegrafist - Jørstadmoen
This Radio followed me into the Army - and I mounted outputs for extra speakers and
made "A very special Start & Stop Mechanism" - just power/ON-OFF - with an old Mechanical Wake-Up Clock, and at 06.00 sharp, every morning the cassette-player started with a great Creedence hit or whatever was on
"Top 10" in those great years!
All The Soldiers where very happy with this solution! Beated the hell out of the bloody military ringing wake-up clock! All woke up singing with a smile!
We build "FM-Transmitters" and had our own "FM Radio-Stations"
So this also was My First & Very Private - "Clock-Radio"
20 Transistors 16 Diodes
LW 150 - 280 KHz MW 517-1605 KHz SW 6 - 9,8 MHz FM 87,5 - 104 MHz