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Since 1958, the souvenir radio receiver Voronezh has been experimentally produced by the Voronezh Radio Plant. Souvenir radio "Voronezh" built on transistors is designed to receive radio stations operating in the medium wave band (MW). The radio is made in the form of a book of medium size, which, when opened and turned over several caps, opens access to the volume and volume controls. Radio reception is carried out on an internal high-quality ferrite antenna. Installation - print. Transistors are used in the receiver: P14 - local oscillator, P14 - converter, P14 (3 pcs.) UPCH, P14 - detector, P13A - low frequency preamplifier, P13A (2 pcs.) Push-pull terminal frequency amplifier. The loudspeaker in the RP is applied to the dynamic type of 0.25 GD-1 with a diameter of 72 mm and with a permanent magnet of an ANKO-4 alloy. The nominal output power of the amplifier is 100 mW. The receiver is powered by a KBS-L-0.5 pocket flashlight with a voltage of 4.5 V. The dimensions of the radio receiver are 175x120x45 mm. Its weight is 800 grams.