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Grundig Satellit 210

Portable Stereo Receiver (1969)

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Grundig Satellit 210


The world's most advanced radio is the incredible Grundig Satellit Receiver 210 / TR 6001.

A grand total of 20 transistors, 10 diodes and 5 stabilisers gives you coverage of VHF, MW, LW and SW 1 to9 (including the marine band). SW bands 2-9 can be bandspread and no less than 20 tuning scales ensure pinpoint accuracy.

Just to describe the Satellit reads like a manual of radio technology. There's double superhet reception, automatic frequency control on VHF, RF stage using FETS, aerial trimmer, separate high frequency speaker unit, duplex drive, SW fine tuning, separate bass and treble controls etc

There are multiple input and output sockets and a host of other features which go to make this the ultimate in portable radios, in it's elegant black padded cabinet with chrome and satin silver trim.

Supplied with an SSB (single sideband) unit and TN 12a mains unit Tune in to the Satellit orbit the world!


Type: Mono Radio

Tuning Bands: FM, MW, LW, SW

Tuning Scale: Analogue

FM Tuning Range: 87.5 to 108 MHz

MW Tuning Range: 510 to 1620 kHz

LW Tuning Range: 145 to 420 kHz

SW Tuning Range: 1.6 to 30 MHz

Output: 2W

Speakers: 2 x 4 ohm

Semiconductors: 20 x transistors, 10 x diodes, 5 x stabilisers

Antenna: ferrite and telescopic

Dimensions: 440 x 260 x 130mm

Weight: 5.6kg

Power Supply: 9V DC, mains

Year: 1969



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