VEF-242 1979
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The portable radio receiver VEF-242 has produced the Riga State Factory VEF since 1979. The portable transistor receiver '' VEF-242 '' (VEF-242) is the export analog of the serial radio receiver '' VEF Speedola-232 ''. The radio receiver is designed for reception in the ranges of LW, MW and six HF subbands. The sixth subband is introduced instead of the second mid-wave subband present in the base receiver. The HF subranges are respectively changed to 16, 19, 25, 31, 41 and survey from 60 to 150 meters. Reception is made on internal magnetic and telescopic antennas. The receiver has a LED tuning indicator that performs the functions of battery monitoring, scale lighting, headphone jacks, an external antenna, a tape recorder for recording, and an external power source. There is a separate tone control on the low and treble. 1GD-48 loudspeaker. Power is supplied from the network through a remote power supply unit BP-24 or from 6 A-373 elements. Sensitivity in the ranges: DV - 0.7 mV / m, SV - 0.4 mV / m, all six KV - 80 µV / m. The nominal frequency range is 125 ... 4000 Hz. Rated output power 0.4 watts. Dimensions of the model 360x260x110 mm, weight 3.3 kg.
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