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.
|L6X38T||1963||Superhet||LW, MW, 4 x SW (1.6 - 27 MHz)||Analogue display|
|D 2924||1983||Double conversion||UKW, LW, MW, SW (5.95 - 15.45 MHz)||Digital display, 1 kHz steps|
|D 1835||1986||Single conversion||UKW, LW, MW, 9 x SW (49 - 11 mb)||Analogue display|
|D 7476||similar, with built-in cassette recorder|
|D 2935||1986||Double conversion||UKW, LW, MW, SW (1,6 - 26,1 resp. 30 MHz)||Digital display|
|D 1875||1988||Single conversion||UKW, LW, MW, SW x 9 (49 - 11 mb)||Analogue display|
|AE 3205||1990?||Single conversion||UKW, MW, SW x 6 (49 - 16 mb)||Analogue display|
|AE 3405||1992?||Double conversion||UKW, LW, MW, SW x 8||Analogue display|
|AE 3805||1990||Double conversion||UKW, MW, SW 3200 - 7300 and 9500 - 21750 kHz||Digital display, 5 kHz steps, 20 memories|
|DC 777||1989||Double conversion||UKW, LW, MW, SW (1,6 - 30 MHz)||Digital display, 1 kHz steps, 20 memory channels|