Neva-2 1963
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Transistor radio "Neva-2" since 1963 produced the Leningrad plant "TEMP". The radio "Neva-2" is a seven-transistor small-sized portable superheterodyne operating in the long and medium wave bands. The power source is the battery "Krona" or the battery "7D-0.1". Radio reception is carried out on a magnetic antenna. The sensitivity of the receiver in the range of DV 2 mV / m, SV 0.8 mV / m. The adjacent channel selectivity is 26 dB. Rated output power 50 mW, maximum 100 mW. The range of reproducible sound frequencies 450 ... 3000 Hz. Quiescent current 5 mA, maximum current 30 ... 35 mA. Dimensions at the receiver 150x95x38 mm, weight 450 g. The radio is designed in a color copolymer case in 2 versions. Includes leather case.
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Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko