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January 13, 2012 3:13 AM

I was working on the design of the Hitachi boomboxes back in early 90s to mid 90s. Current collection of mine is only the CX-W700 and AX-6.

I hope you guys would share your collection by posting photos and experiences.

I seriously missed the CX-200 / CX-250 and many more ...  

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 7:13 AM

welcome H_designer,

 

interesting, do you have any pics of your collection? 

 would be nice to see them.

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 9:27 AM

My only Hitachi at the moment, a TRK-7011E

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 10:19 AM

sounds like a dream job you had,

welcome to the forum

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 12:15 PM

Originally Posted by H_designer:

I was working on the design of the Hitachi boomboxes back in early 90s to mid 90s. Current collection of mine is only the CX-W700 and AX-6.

I hope you guys would share your collection by posting photos and experiences.

I seriously missed the CX-200 / CX-250 and many more ...  


Hello guys, thanks a lot for the warm welcome. You are right bison, it was a very interesting job indeed. I worked on the overall construction, aesthetic, safety, reliability, sound, ergonomic as well as the mechanism of the products.

 

I will soon upload the pics of my collection here, thanks dritip for the suggestion.

And I have to say also the Samsnite's TRK is a very nice model. 

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 12:39 PM

hi there,that is a great story,i've had a few hitachi 3ds over the years and lots of TRKs,there is a certain member on here,that when he reads that you were a designer,you will be his hero..

the member is isolator42,i think he has every hitachi 3d ever made,i think there might be one model he has'nt got,but he has all the rest

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 12:42 PM

oh i forgot to mention,my fave hitachi's are the TRK9300,TRK 9900 and TRK W1E,nice boxes

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 1:16 PM

you may be the only real boombox designer --

ever on this site -

perhaps 100s of us have enjoyed the results of your work -

 

cool

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 7:09 PM

Wow! very cool job! I have always wondered which company came up first with the classic stereo boombox design, and which was the first model.. (im thinking of the classic jvc m70 look). Does anyone know?

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 10:24 PM

Hello guys, I managed to snap few pics here. It was not up my expectation without a good SLR. But I am certainly very happy to share with you some of my sweet memories.

 

AX-6. A classic Miro Component design in the era of 90s. Firmware driven full logic control and direct access feature allow desired function within a press of any button.

 

CX-W700. A wonderful effort from the Hitachi top gun engineers in 1990. It rised the bar of the performance of the boombox equipped with a powerful sub woofer. It also integrated with a superb sounding CD player. The sub woofer was named as 3D ASW (acoustic super woofer). It was nicely styled by the Industrial Designer with a LED to light up the badge.

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 10:33 PM

Originally Posted by Beanie Man:

oh i forgot to mention,my fave hitachi's are the TRK9300,TRK 9900 and TRK W1E,nice boxes

 Hi Beanie, TRK always refers to radio cassette recorder. Whereas W means double cassette and E is for Europe. I guess TRK-W1E must be the very first double cassette model developed by Hitachi. It should be traced back in early 80s .... This is a real classic!!!!

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 10:38 PM

Originally Posted by Vincent:

Wow! very cool job! I have always wondered which company came up first with the classic stereo boombox design, and which was the first model.. (im thinking of the classic jvc m70 look). Does anyone know?

Thanks!
This is a very good question. I am eager to know answer as well.

But Beanie's TRK-W1E could be the first ever double cassette boombox made by Hitachi.

And I could still recalled at the time I was in middle school. Only Hitachi and Sharp made double cassette. 

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 10:50 PM

Originally Posted by redbenjoe:

you may be the only real boombox designer --

ever on this site -

perhaps 100s of us have enjoyed the results of your work -

 

cool

Thanks for the very warm welcome.

It was a lonely job that you would burn a lot of night oil.

I hope we share our experiences here with the boombox, especially the Hitachi Models that already walked into history.


 

 
 
 
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January 13, 2012 10:56 PM

Just another small story to tell. CX-200 was appeared in a movie: Mission Impossible I.

The secret agent stored the gun in the boombox during a fight in a euro train. 

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 3:59 AM

welcome to the site mate

here is a couple of my favourite hitachi's

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 6:45 AM

Originally Posted by stereo mad:

welcome to the site mate

here is a couple of my favourite hitachi's

Hi, what is the model no of the unit at the bottom?

This could be the flagship model that made in Japan at the Hitachi Tokai Works.

I like the look. The speaker design looks like a 3-way system.

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 7:05 AM

what country were you in when working for hitachi? do you have knowledge of the 70's an 80's models,

 

sorry but all of us here are dying to know,  

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 12:08 PM

I was in Singapore in the 90s. The factory was started in 1972 as a satellite production centre supporting Tokai Works for boomboxes. It became the main production site since the 80s till September 2001. The localization of the R&D was also started in the 80s. 

I guess the TRK-3D series kicked in between mid 80 and mid 90s. And it was further enhanced with the development of 3D ASW in early 90s. 

In my opinion, better 3D models were developed between end 80s and mid 90s. Many of you should be familiar with TRK-3D7, TRK-3D75, TRK-3D30, TRK-3D35, TRK-3D40, TRK-3D45 TRK-3D8, TRK-3D80, TRK-3D88, TRK-3D50, TRK-3D52 (3D ASW), TRK-3D95 (3D ASW) ..... (I have grouped those models (with colours) that belong to the same category in terms of market strategy. And you can trace also how the newer models being named from time to time.)    

Since 90s, Hitachi emphasized the integration of CD player. And therefore they have created the CX series. Models such as CX-W700/750, CX-W500, CX-200/250 and CX-950 were developed.

 

There were some other very special models that I would like discuss as well in the future. 

 

Certainly, I could be "too young"  to talk about the original series of TRKs in the 70s. 

What I was told the boombox origin was Tokai Works. And subsequently the operation was moved to Toyogawa Works and finally Yokohama Works. TRK covers a very wide range of products from Mini Components to portable units.

 

We would require many other members to join our discussion to make this topic an interesting and educational one.   

 

  

 

 

 

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 12:20 PM

Defo....why dont you start right at the beginning when you first started working for hitachi upto the present day.........

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 1:04 PM

Originally Posted by H_designer:
Originally Posted by stereo mad:

welcome to the site mate

here is a couple of my favourite hitachi's

Hi, what is the model no of the unit at the bottom?

This could be the flagship model that made in Japan at the Hitachi Tokai Works.

I like the look. The speaker design looks like a 3-way system.

it's a trk-8600 and yes it's a three way speaker system,it's the model i had as a kid

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 2:24 PM

yes the TRK-8600 SEEMS to be the most ambitious model they produced. if they would have used 8" speakers oh boy!

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 3:12 PM

Originally Posted by driptip:

yes the TRK-8600 SEEMS to be the most ambitious model they produced. if they would have used 8" speakers oh boy!

yes that's the only let down about the box

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 8:26 PM

Originally Posted by davebush:

Defo....why dont you start right at the beginning when you first started working for hitachi upto the present day.........


Yeah, I was still flying kite in the paddy field during those golden years of TRKs.

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 8:33 PM

Originally Posted by stereo mad:
Originally Posted by driptip:

yes the TRK-8600 SEEMS to be the most ambitious model they produced. if they would have used 8" speakers oh boy!

yes that's the only let down about the box

You are such a lucky boy/man! At your age, I had only my mono Sanyo box with a broken cassette door.

Would you like to upload a video for our pleasure?

 
 
 
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January 14, 2012 8:46 PM

Originally Posted by driptip:

yes the TRK-8600 SEEMS to be the most ambitious model they produced. if they would have used 8" speakers oh boy!


You seem to know lots about TRKs .... I like the construction and details of those boxes.

If you like deep bass, worth looking at models with 3D ASW!  

 

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 9:42 AM

picked up my first 3d hitachi today a 3d30 for pennys at the carboot,

i have a few 80s trks the 8080e being my favourite.

my son already has his eye on the 3d30

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 12:30 PM

hey thats a good sign bison, start them at an early age so they keep the dream alive.

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 1:25 PM

Originally Posted by driptip:

hey thats a good sign bison, start them at an early age so they keep the dream alive.


lol,maybe hes wants to upgrade,hes had a sharp wq276 mini in his room ever since i got it and uses the radio on it constantly

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 4:13 PM

Welcome to the forum H Designer! Designing boomboxes and speakers were "the" dream job of mine since I was a teen in the early eighties. I no longer have the original drawings in my possession, but this site brought back that passion and I began designing again when I joined the forum about ten years ago. It's really great to have an actual designer on board and I would love to see some of your designs. I have a few designs posted in the Future boombox section of this forum.

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 4:24 PM

hey kool,we have 2 great designers on this site,all we need now is you 2 to get your heads together and come up with some good sketches,then all we need is some companies,or maybe an oil tycoon with a few billion in the bank lol..maybe take on and compete against lasonic lol ?

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 6:20 PM

Originally Posted by bison:

picked up my first 3d hitachi today a 3d30 for pennys at the carboot,

i have a few 80s trks the 8080e being my favourite.

my son already has his eye on the 3d30


I am very familiar with 3D40 ... you know the reason right? . Both models are very similar.

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 6:25 PM

just "won" a TRK 8190 on ebay
I want to kill the sod who bid me up from 5 pounds though

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 6:36 PM

Originally Posted by retro:

Welcome to the forum H Designer! Designing boomboxes and speakers were "the" dream job of mine since I was a teen in the early eighties. I no longer have the original drawings in my possession, but this site brought back that passion and I began designing again when I joined the forum about ten years ago. It's really great to have an actual designer on board and I would love to see some of your designs. I have a few designs posted in the Future boombox section of this forum.


Thanks retro, I will check out your design in this forum! Amazing to know that this site has been around for the last ten years. You could check out models like CX-200, AX-6, 3D40, MS-W570, MS-W620 ...

I got to find time to generate new sketches ...   

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 6:57 PM

Originally Posted by Beanie Man:

hey kool,we have 2 great designers on this site,all we need now is you 2 to get your heads together and come up with some good sketches,then all we need is some companies,or maybe an oil tycoon with a few billion in the bank lol..maybe take on and compete against lasonic lol ?


Who knows a tycoon may engage us to prototype his or her very own boombox!

That's possible from the aspects of desgin and engineering.  

 
 
 
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January 15, 2012 6:59 PM

Originally Posted by Claret Badger:

just "won" a TRK 8190 on ebay
I want to kill the sod who bid me up from 5 pounds though

Congratulation!
Alert me if would see a CX-200. Please don't kill those who bid up the price. lol.

 
 
 
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January 16, 2012 7:23 AM

H_designer, I can see you & I are going to be good friends 
As mentioned earlier by Beanie Man, I'm the resident Hitachi 3D freak, & you are manna from heaven for the likes of me!


The CX-200 is comparitively rare for a 3D, I think - it was one of the last ones I found.

Mine is currently fully working & my 4 year old son has it in his room - the CD player & tape deck getting daily use, over twenty years on:

I got it from s2g member Radio Raheem, who himself got it in truly shocking condition from a dump. Here's the story:
http://www.stereo2go.com/displ...t/193392314112105015
It could use a new centre woofer (couldn't quite get all the dirt out!), so I'm on the lookout for another CX-200 as well... or another 3D52 as I think it has the same speakers.

 

Your involvement in the Hitachi 3Ds interests me greatly.

I have pretty much every model you mentioned, so I own quite a bit of your work   

 

I've owned a 3D7 from new, so I have a soft spot for the '1st generation' 3Ds: 3D2, 3D7, 3D8, 3D9 & the enormous CX-W800.

That said I think the ASWs are the best for sound quality. I have a Demo CD for the CX-W700:

..& the boomer to match, of course 

 

If I might pick you brains?  I have a couple of questions for you:

 

- Can you confirm that in Hitachi 3D names, suffixing a 5 or 50 meant a digital tuner? (such as 3D45 = a 3D40 with a digital tuner & CX-W750 = CX-W700 with a digital tuner)

 

- Who are/were Lo-D? Were they a Japan only brand for Hitachi?

 

- My Hitachi 3D with a CD & ASW is the CX-W700 (similar to the 3D90, but with a CD), but what is the CX-W950?

 

 

My 3D collection is up to 19, but I'm still missing:

- CX-CD5 Japan only (I think) 3D5 with a CD player. Never seen one, just pics on the web. Rarer than rocking horse poo, it seems.

  - CX-W300 (never even seen a pic, but it's on some lists online)

  - CX-W400 (only ever seen a pic)

  - CX-450 (seen once on eBay, & missed it! Only want it if it definitely has an extra woofer in there somewhere)

My search continues... 

My 'qualifying rules': it must be Hitachi, a portable (take batteries), have at least one extra amplified woofer.

 

...one other thing: You mention the CX-250. A CX-200 with a digital tuner? Oh, yes please 

 
 
 
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January 16, 2012 8:06 PM

Originally Posted by isolator42:
 
 
Hi isolator42, I am anticipating your message. I have actually read about you on restoring the CX-200.
 
I have very strong sentiment on CX-200 and I hope you could appreciate every single detail of the product. All the level switches, knobs and buttons are very low profile in shape and this is the first product with recessed cassette buttons.   
 
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Please read my comments below in "blue"

H_designer, I can see you & I are going to be good friends 
As mentioned earlier by Beanie Man, I'm the resident Hitachi 3D freak, & you are manna from heaven for the likes of me!


The CX-200 is comparitively rare for a 3D, I think - it was one of the last ones I found.

Mine is currently fully working & my 4 year old son has it in his room - the CD player & tape deck getting daily use, over twenty years on:

I got it from s2g member Radio Raheem, who himself got it in truly shocking condition from a dump. Here's the story:
http://www.stereo2go.com/displ...t/193392314112105015
It could use a new centre woofer (couldn't quite get all the dirt out!), so I'm on the lookout for another CX-200 as well... or another 3D52 as I think it has the same speakers.

 

It is not easy for you to restore to this level. It looks beautiful ....

I hope too to find an offer on eBay but I have not seen any the recent years.

Let's communicate if we can find the unit.

 

TRK-3D52 could be the very last model of TRK equipped with 3D ASW.

 

 

 

Your involvement in the Hitachi 3Ds interests me greatly.

I have pretty much every model you mentioned, so I own quite a bit of your work   

 

Especially look out for 3D40, 3D45, CX-200, CX-250, CX-W700, CX-W750, CX-950 ...  

 

I've owned a 3D7 from new, so I have a soft spot for the '1st generation' 3Ds: 3D2, 3D7, 3D8, 3D9 & the enormous CX-W800.

 

CX-W800 considered the 1st generation CD integrated product. CX-W700 is the second. CX-W500 & CX-200 are the third and CX-950 is the end ...

 

I would still consider CX-W700 is best sounding.

 

 

That said I think the ASWs are the best for sound quality. I have a Demo CD for the CX-W700:

..& the boomer to match, of course 

 

May I know which market this CD belongs to?

I have another one that could either for the Swedish or German market.

I am going to upload the pic tonight.

 

 

If I might pick you brains?  I have a couple of questions for you:

 

- Can you confirm that in Hitachi 3D names, suffixing a 5 or 50 meant a digital tuner? (such as 3D45 = a 3D40 with a digital tuner & CX-W750 = CX-W700 with a digital tuner)

 

You are absolutely right! 

 

- Who are/were Lo-D? Were they a Japan only brand for Hitachi?

 

Lo-D = Low Distortion; a domestic (Japan) brand name for Hitachi Audio that carry a little more premium .... It wasn't took off well, we like to blame on the wrong naming "Lo" sales!!!   I believe it was the reason for Hitachi to owned Denon for quite a long period.

 

- My Hitachi 3D with a CD & ASW is the CX-W700 (similar to the 3D90, but with a CD), but what is the CX-W950?

 

An ambitious effort from Hitachi. It was originally developed in Japan and I was the baby sitter.  It came with a 3D ASW but in a very different way from the W700.

It is not visible from the front view. Instead it works by a press of a front panel button to operate a motorized duct cover (bass outlet) on the top cover. Full logic control with remote unit. Not to forget the premium looking "front loading CD". This is the last emperor of the 3D kingdom! I will try to locate a pic for you. You should include this in your list.

 

My 3D collection is up to 19, but I'm still missing:

- CX-CD5 Japan only (I think) 3D5 with a CD player. Never seen one, just pics on the web. Rarer than rocking horse poo, it seems.

  - CX-W300 (never even seen a pic, but it's on some lists online)

  - CX-W400 (only ever seen a pic)

  - CX-450 (seen once on eBay, & missed it! Only want it if it definitely has an extra woofer in there somewhere)

My search continues... 

 

I would consider CX-W300, CX-W400 & CX-450 are the "grey" models. I might have involved with 1 of them. Allow me time to find out a little more information about these. And CX-CD5? please show me the pic.

 

My 'qualifying rules': it must be Hitachi, a portable (take batteries), have at least one extra amplified woofer.

 

TRK-3D has very strong design intents as follow. And this is a typical design exercise of "form (factor) follows function".

 

1) A pair of Stereo amplified speakers with extra amplified woofer.

2) Major mechanisms and controls are located on the top panel (flat) to allow near ideal "speaker box" concept formed by both the front panel and rear case.

3) Deep rear case design to create "volume" for the speakers.

4) 3D ASW works as a closed box woofer with "long" port for deep bass (like the Bose acoustic mass). And the inner box itself acts also a separator for the pair of stereo speakers. Therefore it produce cleaner mid and high pitch sound with deeper bass as well.

 

My friend, you do have good reasons to fancy Hitachi 3Ds.

 

...one other thing: You mention the CX-250. A CX-200 with a digital tuner? Oh, yes please      Yes. not excatly good looking as the CX-200 but it equipped with digital tuner and remote for the CD player. It was an extention of the CX-200.

 

 
 
 
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January 17, 2012 2:29 AM

 
 
Originally Posted by H_designer:
I have very strong sentiment on CX-200 and I hope you could appreciate every single detail of the product. All the level switches, knobs and buttons are very low profile in shape and this is the first product with recessed cassette buttons...

...It is not easy for you to restore to this level. It looks beautiful
I hope too to find an offer on eBay but I have not seen any the recent years.
Let's communicate if we can find the unit.

Thanks for the kind words on my CX-200 restoration. It's not perfect, but you saw how it started out...!
I do have a soft spot for this boomer. I like the fact that although features were left out - perhaps for price (no second deck, no 5 band EQ, no surround or flashing lights), the features it does have get the job done well (full auto stop on the deck, bass & treble controls. Fit for purpose & all that 
I'll keep an eye out for a CX-200 for you. I still regularly watch eBay for any Hitachi 3Ds, in case any of the rare ones I don't have come up for sale.

 

Originally Posted by H_designer:
May I know which market this CD belongs to?

I got the demo CD from eBay.
It's all in English, so my best guess would be it was supplied to stores selling the then new ASW Hitachi 3Ds. Back then, in the UK, boomers were arranged on shelves in the store for customers to play with, many powered up, to try out properly. A Sales assistant could then use this CD to sell the benefits of ASW to potential customers.

 

Originally Posted by H_designer:

CX-W950: An ambitious effort from Hitachi. It was originally developed in Japan and I was the baby sitter.  It came with a 3D ASW but in a very different way from the W700.

It is not visible from the front view. Instead it works by a press of a front panel button to operate a motorized duct cover (bass outlet) on the top cover. Full logic control with remote unit. Not to forget the premium looking "front loading CD". This is the last emperor of the 3D kingdom! I will try to locate a pic for you. You should include this in your list

That CX-W950 sounds incredible.
I'd love to see any pics if you have them?

 

Originally Posted by H_designer:
CX-CD5? please show me the pic

Here's the pic I have of the CX-CD5 (branded Lo-D):

 Also i found this (Japanese) web page about it:

http://www.video-topaz.shop-si...CX-CD5%20shuuri.html

 

Originally Posted by H_designer:
CX-250: not excatly good looking as the CX-200 but it equipped with digital tuner and remote for the CD player.

A remote? Now I *really* want a CX-250.
The only Remote 3D I have is the CX-W500. My other son used it for a while until Santa bought him a Lasonic i931

 

 

 

 

It's really interesting to share this info about the Hitachi 3Ds 

 

I'd love to see any other pics you have, scans of product literature, etc.

I've got some myself - just let me know if there's anything you want to see & I'll check if I have it 

 
 
 
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January 17, 2012 9:33 AM

 

 

Hi isolator42, this is the CD that I have mentioned. I am not sure if this is the one for Swedish market.

 

 

Here it is the CX-250. You can see the remote sensor is just in front of the Super Woofer. You are right that CX-200 is a no frills model but intended to perform well with all its features.

 

errrr .. By the way, I have wrongly described 3D52 as 3D82 on my previous post. My apologies. Another typo error I have made was "CX-W950". The correct model no is CX-950. A single cassette CD boombox.  I will try my best to find you a pic of this.

 

You are truely a Hitachi 3D fan. I am lucky to get to know you.

 

 

 
 
 
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January 17, 2012 9:22 PM

here are a bunch of HITACHIS, check it out.

 

http://www.stereo2go.com/displ...2314111943671/page/1

 
 
 
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