Riga-102 1969
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Since the beginning of 1969, the stationary transistor radio "Riga-102" has been produced at the AS Popov Riga Radio Factory. By November 1967, at the Riga Radio Plant named after Popov, new models of unified radio modules and transistors were created and prepared for release. One of them was the radio "Riga-102". Radiol is designed to receive radio stations in the ranges of DV, ST, 3 HF subbands and in the VHF band, as well as for playing regular and long-playing records. The sensitivity of the radio receiver in the AM ranges is 30 µV, in the position of local reception in the ranges of LW, MW 1.0 mV / m. Sensitivity with internal magnetic antenna in the ranges of DV, CB 0.7 mV / m, in the range of VHF 8 mV. The nominal output power of the amplifier is 1.5 W, the maximum 5.5 W. Sensitivity from the pickup jacks - 200 mV. The range of reproducible sound frequencies is 50 ... 13000 Hz during EPU operation and reception in the UHF band. The tone control is separate in LF and HF, the adjustment limits are 20 dB. The radiographer's electric-playing device has three rotational speeds: 33, 45, and 78 rpm, (the first releases had 4 speeds) semi-automatic switching on and automatic switching off, a microlift that smoothly lowers the sound pickup on a record. The power consumed by the radiogram from the electrical network of 220 volts does not exceed 25 watts. Dimensions of the radio: a radio receiver 470x240x260 mm, an electric player unit of 394x327x168 mm and a speaker system - 470x240x205 mm. Weight is 10, 6.5 and 12 kg respectively. Radiola "Riga-102" was produced in several versions of its external design, including outdoor and desktop versions. The version was specified in the instruction manual.
Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko