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Sony ICF-2001D

Portable Synthesized Stereo Receiver (1985-91)

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Sony ICF-2001D


The ICF-2001D is an FM/LW/MW/SW portable receiver with worldwide band coverage. With certain models, the AIR band can also be received.

Quartz controlled PLL (Phase Locked Loop) synthesizer system using a microcomputer makes pinpoint tuning easy.

Smooth tuning with rotary manual tuning knob.

Synchronous detecter circuit reduces interference from adjacent stations (beats) and distortion due to fading AM reception.

Choice of direct, manual, scan, memory or memory scan tuning.

Up to 32 stations can be memorized for instant tuning at the press of a key. AM mode can also be memorized.

Programmable timer turns the receiver on and off automatically up to four times a day.

Sleep timer turns the receiver off automatically after 60, 30 or 15 minutes.

Three different radio power sources: internal batteries, house current or car battery.


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Reviewed Aug 23rd, 2015 by Mamvcivm

Excellent radio - bought in the 1980s, cranked it up last week and it brought back lots of memories of listening to SELCALS and foreign voices from thousands of miles away.



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