Leningrad-004 1977
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Since 1977, the export radio receiver Leningrad-004 has produced the Leningrad plant Radiopribor. The high-class portable transistor radio "Leningrad-004" is an export version of the domestic Leningrad-002 receiver. It provides high-quality listening programs of radio stations in the bands of DV, MW, HF and VHF. In the HF range, the receiver operates from 13 to 50 meters. The VHF band had two frequency options, it is 64 ... 73 MHz or 88 ... 108 MHz, it depended on the country where the receiver was exported. The radio has the ability to fix three settings on the radio station in the VHF band. There are tone controls for high and low frequencies, speech-solo switch, dial gauge and power indicator, two scales of adjustment. There are sockets for connecting a tape recorder for recording, an electric player for listening to recordings through the amplifier of the receiver, speaker system, external antenna, grounding and headphones. The radio is assembled on 36 transistors and a microcircuit. The wooden case is lined with fine wood veneer, the front and back walls of the case are made of polystyrene. Radio weight, without batteries, about 9 kg.
Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko