Nejva 1964
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The portable transistor radio "Neiva" since the beginning of 1964 produced Kamensk-Ural instrument-making plant. Radio "Neiva" is a superheterodyne on seven transistors, designed to receive radio stations in the bands DV and SV. The Dnepropetrovsk Radio Factory produced the "Signal" and "Jupiter" radios using the same electrical circuit, which differed only in their external appearance. Case "Neyva" from shock-resistant polystyrene. When transferring the receiver is placed in a leather case included in the kit. It is possible to connect the headset, with automatic loudspeaker disconnection. The efficiency of the receiver is maintained when the supply voltage drops to 5.6 V. The circuit has temperature and mode stabilization. Adjustment and volume knobs, external antenna and telephone jacks are located on the side walls of the case, the range switch is at the back. The scale of the radio receiver is quite original, 2 indicators (arrows) move simultaneously in two ranges.
Documentation:
Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko