Travel portables from Philips

Manufactured by Philips, Hilversum.

Philips was an early manufacturer of transistorised portable and pocket radios. Around the same time when Sony's first microprocessor-controlled travel receiver came out, Philips released the D 2924, a travel receiver with microprocessor control, PLL synthesis and six station presets. In 1985, Philips launched two new portable sets, the comparably large travel radio D 2935 with a membrane keypad and the D 2999 tabletop receiver, which offered similar reception technology for the double price. Subsequently, Philips also adopted several small analogue receivers, which were similar to the Sony ICF-7600A and the Panasonic travel portables. Although they were very attractively priced, they could not keep up with in terms of reception performance with the Sony models.

Philips travel portables

L6X38T1963SuperhetLW, MW, 4 x SW (1.6 - 27 MHz)Analogue display
D 29241983Double conversionUKW, LW, MW, SW (5.95 - 15.45 MHz)Digital display, 1 kHz steps
D 18351986Single conversionUKW, LW, MW, 9 x SW (49 - 11 mb)Analogue display
D 7476 similar, with built-in cassette recorder
D 29351986Double conversionUKW, LW, MW, SW (1,6 - 26,1 resp. 30 MHz)Digital display
D 18751988Single conversionUKW, LW, MW, SW x 9 (49 - 11 mb)Analogue display
AE 32051990?Single conversionUKW, MW, SW x 6 (49 - 16 mb)Analogue display
AE 34051992?Double conversionUKW, LW, MW, SW x 8Analogue display
AE 38051990Double conversionUKW, MW, SW 3200 - 7300 and 9500 - 21750 kHzDigital display, 5 kHz steps, 20 memories

Car radios by Philips

DC 7771989Double conversionUKW, LW, MW, SW (1,6 - 30 MHz)Digital display, 1 kHz steps, 20 memory channels
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