1985 SONY wm-f65 two band radio + with a microphone recording Walkman
A one-way player with a built-in two-band radio, with a single point stereo microphone for recording in real time, or through a built-in tuner for radio operation. Tape selection and dolby noise reduction B are only supported when playing.
SONY wm-ddii 1984 SONY wm-ddii has a low-priced professional Walkman
It is an evolutionary version of high-quality single-player DD, with relatively large volume, so it is considered as a professional series. The difference between it and DD is that it supports dolby noise reduction B. It’s 3,000 yen cheaper because it doesn’t come with headphones.
1985 SONY wm-55 affordable price and a wealth of features Walkman
The 233-gram WALKman, which has an auto-flip function and is paired with headsets that match the color of the main body, is called the rabbit line. Equipped with dolby noise reduction B, metal tape support, and radio card accessories, the price is very attractive at 21, 000 yen.
1985 SONY wm-f85 equipped with a three-band radio and microphone recording model Walkman
Recording and recording can be included in the playback model. With the same stereo microphone as the wm-f65, the radio has been upgraded to three bands to listen to TV audio. Automatic flip tape selection and dolby noise reduction are supported during playback.
1985 SONY WM-W800 W double – band warehouse name machine Walkman
The world’s first walkman with a dual bin structure is the size of two walkmen and weighs 360 grams. It borrowed the popular concept of W double-bin radio recorder at that time. A bin was dedicated for playing and supported plug-in radio card. B bin could record or record while listening to the radio. AB bin is one-way playback, but AB bin auto relay playback support external single point stereo microphone for real-time recording.
1985 SONY wm-101 truly realized the cassette cassette size Walkman
It finally realized the size of the tape cartridge without retracting, moved the previously bottleneck battery out of the body, and developed the ultra-thin chewing gum rechargeable battery for the first time, which became the standard specification of the later chewing gum batteries.
Price of the new product: 26,000 yen/body size: 74.6×112.1×22.2 mm/weight: 190g/battery of electric power chewing gum or no. 5 battery 1 / battery life: 9 hours (using chewing gum rechargeable battery)
1985 SONY wm-f55 three-band radio + automatic flip Walkman
A three-band radio model was built into the rabbit Walkman wm-55. Nude Turbo headphones are included, but unlike the wm-55, they are all black. With automatic flip, dolby noise reduction B, tape selector and other rich functions.
The SONY wm-50 has simple features and a lovely Walkman
The compact, lightweight, one-way player, paired with the NUDE TURBO headphone that matches the body color, sells for 18,000 yen, making it less than 20,000 yen. Support for metal tape and tape selection Settings using a power-saving design using only a single no. 5 battery.
The 1985 SONY wm-75 is a waterproof, self-rolling Walkman
An evolutionary version of the “sporty Walkman”. With JIS class waterproof specifications, with automatic flip and dolby noise reduction B and other functions. It is 80 grams lighter than the first generation wm-f5. It was also released as a “GIG Sports” lineup (the GIG series also includes cassette recorders, radios, etc.).
SONY wm-r55 is equipped with a recording rollover function and a speaker Walkman
For the first time, the Walkman was equipped with the ability to automatically flip the recording function. Equipped with a single point stereo microphone, can realize a long time automatic flip recording. Built-in tape counter and 3.6 cm speakers, and support for radio card components.