My TOSHIBA COLLECTION 21 Walkmans JohnEdward

 
April 4, 2009 6:38 PM

Welcome to my Favorite Make of Walkman. The R1 and R2 are the ultimate BRICKS like solid steel. My R1 has the finest sounding radio of all makes I have pre 1990 with clarity, stereo separation and open presence that is astounding. My collection includes all 6 of the first models made with an additional 8 more. Great build quality but I have not been inside one yet to comment on that area. Oh and by the way the early models clearly have power enough to drive any headphones to melt down or ears first LOL Smile The specifications from owner manual KT-S2 show 40 mw x 2 into headphones compare that to most mid 80's/90's output of 4-6 mw per channel that makes the KT-S2 nearly 10x the power output than newer models no wonder its loud ! The FM modules are my most favorite old style Walkmans to collect. What a grand idea back then. I have listed Serial numbers with special note my KT-AS10 appears to be in the first 400 made WOW. Also see my post on SERIAL NUMBERS Deciphered in chat area. From this many models it appears the most ALL models from Toshiba had limited units made usually only a few thousand making this manufacturer very collectible.

Here is a group shot of early 9 models together.
Note as I post each make of Walkman I add new ones they will be added to original post so watch for new models. ENJOY
IN GROUP PICTURE
KT-S1 KT-S2 KT-S3
KT-R1 KT-R2 KT-R2
KT-4026 KT-4066 KT-VS1 Japan release only
KT-2036 AM/FM Headphone radio

LIST MODELS OWNED

1. KT-R1 Stereo Recorder w tuner pack # 2Z180875
2. KT-R2 Canada, Stereo Recorder, AMS w tuner pack # 18603935
3. KT-R2 “ “
# 1Z600625
4. KT-S2 England, player case, Owners Manual, FM Tuner Module w/case
# 0Y605197
5. KT-S3 with FM Tuner Module # 2X602119
6. KT-4066 Digital Tuner, 5 presets, 3 band EQ, Dolby B, A/R # 6560002747
7. KT-VS1 Japan Release, AM/FM Tuner Module, Dolby B w FM/AM pack
# 28606118
8. KT-4026 Radio, 3 band EQ # 6960005200
9. RP-2036 FM Stereo Headphones, Analog # 7Y60010109
10. KT-4551 UK, Digital Tuner, 5 presets, Alarm, Dolby B, A/R, 3 band E/Q
# 12F5045233
11. RP-AF2 AM/FM Tuner Module for KT-AS1
12. RP-AF3 AM/FM Tuner Module for RT-CS1
13. KT-S1 with FM Tuner Module # 1Y609184
14. KT-RS1 Recording W AM/FM Tuner pack , stereo plug in twin mic
# 4Z60000882 VERY LOW production number #882
15. KT-4026 Boxed used Radio, 3 band EQ # 6460001044
16. KT-4067 Recorder,Dolby B, 3 band EQ, AM/FM,VLSS # 7660001491
17. KT-4027 AM-FM dolby, 3 band EQ , auto shut off # 7Y47081544
18. KT-AS10 with am/fm tuner module WOW # 4960000396
19. KT-S2 USA second one #0Y 601147
20. KT-S1 USA second one # 21600192
21. KT-4055 Greece # 5360001574


FM Modules I have RP-AF2 for KT-AS1 (need walkman)
RP-AF3 for RT-CS1 (need base and removable walkman unit)
Have owner manual for KT-AS1 and RT-CS1
 

CURRENT WALKMANS OWNED "{ 403 }" Sadness is day without a Walkman in mail box! Avatar My 3 month old son Aug. 1992 WM-3 listening to !

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April 4, 2009 6:52 PM

What a impressive looking machine !!

 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 6:59 PM

Here is the KT-R2 which had automatic music search way back when. MQTS I believe was one of the first skip feature to find next song on a Walkman.

 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 7:07 PM

Here is the earliest Toshiba's ALL 3 the KT-S1, KT-S2 and KT-S3 all with the FM module RP-S2 I am missing the AM module RP-A2 in RED. Anyone have one to sell PM me. The KT-S1 and S2 were Toshiba's first Walkman models released in 1981 with the KT-RS1 and KT-S3 being released in 1982.


 
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April 4, 2009 7:13 PM

The Holy Grail KT-S2 with owners manual, and both covers including rare cover for Tuner Module found this unit in UK. From the owner manual the battery life for 4 AA batteries was 3 hours at 1 mw output with tape... OMG so if you played it loud less than 2 hours on 4 batteries WOW talk about expensive to operate. The radio would last 11 hours. Better carry a 12 pack of extra batteries with you. Compare that to some late model Walkmans with 100 hours of continuous operation on 2 batteries. That is a efficiency increase of over 3000 % in 15 years.

Here is a great description from board members site www.pocketcalculatorshow.com Fantastic reference site for ALL walkmans and gadgets!
KT-S2
1986. Behold, the top of the line portable from Toshiba. Can you believe the features of this thing? Digital tuning, logic controls, Dolby, presets, auto-reverse, and a graphic eq. Unbelievable. No doubt there was some sticker shock for this back in '86--we're sure this model sold for at least $150 new back then. We're willing to bet (and justify) one of these getting top dollar on Ebay today. 1981. Every collection has a "signature piece" and this may be it--Toshiba's KT-S2. With the weight of a brick this model shows absolutely every sign of quality--from the metal chassis, to the ejecting well door, to the commanding tape control buttons. The KT-S2 offered separate left and right volume controls, normal/metal tape type swith, hi-lo tone switch, and radio/tape function switch. The requisite 4 penliight batteries only adds to the massiveness of the KT-S2. Here's a pic showing a closer look at the front. You'll notice a yellow plastic button set within the chrome play button. That's the "Hot Line" button, which mutes the portable's audio, captures ambient noise via an internal microphone and sends it to the user's headphones. The mystery is what the "T.L." abbreviation stands for above the play button. The most unusual feature of the KT-S2 is the FM receiver. Yes, the KT-S2 offered an FM receiver and cassette playing capability way back in '81. The radio portion is contained within a cassette-shaped component which fits into the cassette chamber. This device has its own model number, called the RP-S2. Even this little module has some cool features- an LED indicator for stereo and a mono-stereo switch. Here's a pic of the front of the RP-S2, and here's one of the back. Rumor has it that an AM module was also available in Japan. As far as we can tell, Toshiba was the first, but not the last to offer radio tuning within a removeable module like this one. *Update* Yep, the RP-A2 was Toshiba's AM Tuner Pack that worked in both the KT-S2 and KT-S1.




 
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April 4, 2009 7:19 PM

KT-S3 there is a KTS4 with very kewl ORANGE lettering on it with very similar look as this KT-S3





Here is picture from my files of KT-S4
(NOTE I do NOT own this model yet here for reference)


Here is picture from my files of Rare KT-S3MKII on RIGHT next to KT-S1
(NOTE I do not own this yet here for reference)
 
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April 4, 2009 7:52 PM

Very, very nice, John!
Keep posting your collection.
 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 8:36 PM

Thank you Milo, whew... just finished taken last few model pictures, pick the best, upload and post.. it is a all night deal. Here comes the rest of my bunch.
KT-VS1 Japan release only with Tuner module AM/FM RP-AF1 unit had accessory of separate power amplifier and separate speakers I still need to acquire.



 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 8:39 PM

i was just checking back to see what i paid for my kt-s1 which i just got several weeks ago. i already had 3 kt-s3's and will sooner or later get a kt-s2. none were working except the tuner pacs. i paid 8.99 delivered for the player and the tuner pac. i was the lone bidder for it. it's close to near mint and now runs fine. they are fairly easy to put that top belt on. everyone should be able to afford one of these quality machines for there collection. i really liked the gun-blued effect on the plate the cassette sets on. there are alot around now but i doubt there will be forever.
 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 8:50 PM

one note of caution: some of the slightly later toshibas used an unusual hub system. a good example is the kt-as1. if you want one they are tuff to keep in good working order. i have only one thing to say about my experience trying to just change the belt. BUMMER!!!!!!!! i had one of those little springs jump out never to be seen again. on the bright side though,, the tuner pack works great...
 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 8:53 PM

Ah another HOLY GRAIL the KT-4066 with their ad that said NEXT YEAR THE KITCHEN SINK. Has to to be the ULTIMATE button feature overload. Believe it was one of first Walkmans to have a digital bar graph indicator instead of a moving needle. The FM and Stereo indicator appear when tuned in digital window to left. OK who at Toshiba came up with the mechanical NIGHTMARE of the FF and Rwd buttons on door ... YES on my first KT-4026 put in tape played great FF then opened and had cog parts fly at me... STUPID design. Now on my other models with this I wont even touch those two functions when I use them !!!!



 
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April 4, 2009 9:04 PM

I totally agree with you rerooted! I found all the hub parts except that pesky bouncy escape velocity spring. Double BUMMER.
HERE is the KT-4026 boxed with headphones and owners manual. NOTE I am not EVEN trying the ff or Rwd functions tho seller said they worked. So now have one for parts.
 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 9:09 PM

Here is a bulky but well featured KT-4551 with actually pretty good sound and an ALARM. Note most of time if you find one the digital display is not working but not effect functions as long as your good at being a blind pig finding his way Eek

 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 9:14 PM

Here is a rather rare beasty the KT-2036 AM/FM Analog Headphones even the foam is still perfect. They work GREAT and sound GOOD.
Some of you may remember the TV series MY FAVORITE MARTIAN he had those two antenna come up from back of his head to talk to Mars. I FEEL just like that wearing them.. just have not got myself to walk around in public with the single shinny chrome antenna sticking up 1 foot Laugh Out Loud Leaving
 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 9:20 PM

Group picture of my Toshiba Tuner Modules
RP-S2, RP-AF1, RP-AF2, RP-AF3, RP-AF5, RP-AF6 and RP-AF7. Picture also here are my two FM modules I ran across from Switzerland with orig. owner manuals for the walkmans... dog I just NEED THE WALKMAN AND Speaker base.
FM Modules I have RP-AF2 for KT-AS1 (need walkman)
RP-AF3 for RT-CS1 (need base and removable walkman unit)
From pocketcalculator is this picture of KT-S1 with the RED RP-A2 AM tuner module.

If anyone has picture of the RP-AF4 please post
to this topic so all EIGHT tuner modules are for reference here also model # it is from.






KT-AS10 with Tuner module





KT-4055 with RP-AF7 1985 THE LAST Tuner Module offered from TOSHIBA


 
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April 4, 2009 9:25 PM

Here is a very beautiful smaller unit from Tosh. KT-4067 recording unit. The side with function buttons on it is all CHROME. Pictures do not do this player justice. It is just slightly larger than a cassette box.


 
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April 4, 2009 9:43 PM

Saved another rare beast for last. The recording KT-RS1 with the RP-AF6 AM/FM tuner module which I believe was the next to LAST Toshiba with tuner module offered. Can anyone confirm this? Believe it was released 84/85. Note it has the original velvet pouch for the EM-RS1 microphone which mounts on top of player. This is near mint condition very proud of this one.
Well that's all folks for now. Still have to post 71 more walkmans by make as my collection today reached 110. OH NO did I just count them.. if you know how many you have you dont have enough someone said..... boy am I addicted.
Stay in touch all and thank you for sharing my enthusiasm for these great technical wonders worth preserving and ENJOYING still. Walk ON !!
Razz Nod Yes Leaving Leaving


 
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April 4, 2009 10:03 PM

Reposted from our great founding member site pocket calculatorshow.com LIST OF TOSHIBA's models. I think the price is wrong on the KT-R1.

Toshiba KTS-1 1981 $135 player FM
Toshiba KTS-2 1981 $175 player FM/FM Stereo radio cassette module; two HP jacks; left-right volume; mic; vinyl case
Toshiba KTR-1 1982 $100 cassette
Toshiba KTR-1 1982 $70 player FM/FM Stereo radio cassette module
Toshiba KTR-2 1982 $139
Toshiba KTS-3 1982 $70
Toshiba KTV-S1 1982 $110 player AM/FM/FM Stereo
Toshiba RP-S5 1983 $55 radio SW/AM/FM/FM Stereo
Toshiba KTA-S10 1984 $115
Toshiba KTA-S1 1984 $95 player AM/FM Stereo a/r
Toshiba KT-R1 1984 $80
Toshiba KT-RS1 1984 $120 player FM Stereo ""Walky""; a/r; Dolby NR
Toshiba KTV-200 1984 $75
Toshiba KTV-500 1984 $100
Toshiba KT-VS2 1984 $80
Toshiba KT-4015 1985 $40 player AM/FM Stereo anti-rolling mechanism
Toshiba KT-4025 1985 $55 player AM/FM Stereo a/r; anti-rolling mechanism
Toshiba KT-4035 1985 $55 player AM/FM Stereo Dolby B NR; a/r; anti-rolling mechanism
Toshiba KT-4055 1985 $55 player AM/FM Stereo super-mini; Dolby B NR; a/r; anti-rolling mechanism
Toshiba KT-4075 1985 $55 player AM/FM Stereo eq; Dolby B NR; a/r; anti-rolling mechanism
Toshiba KT-4085 1985 $55 recorder AM/FM Stereo eq; Dolby B NR; a/r; anti-rolling mechanism
Toshiba RT-KS1 1985 $120 player AM/FM Stereo water-resistant; a/r; Dolby B NR; anti-rolling
Toshiba KTA-S2 1985 $50
Toshiba KTA-S2 1985 $80
Toshiba KTR-S10 1985 $70
Toshiba KTR-S7 1985 $122
Toshiba RP-30 1985 $40 radio FM Stereo Super-Mini
Toshiba RP-20 1985 $22 radio AM/FM Stereo hi-lo switch
Toshiba RP-27 1985 $35 radio AM/FM Stereo LED indicator LED; credit card size
Toshiba RP-33 1985 $50 radio FM Stereo Super-Mini
Toshiba RTV-S3 1985 $35
Toshiba KT-4016 1986 $30 player AM/FM Stereo
Toshiba KT-4046 1986 $70 player AM/FM Stereo a/r; eq
Toshiba KT-4066 1986 $90 player AM/FM Stereo Dolby NR; eq
Toshiba RP-2020 1986 $60 radio FM Stereo 1.7 oz
Toshiba RP-2030 1986 $60 radio FM Stereo
Toshiba RP-59 1986 $40 radio AM/FM Stereo super-mini; case
Toshiba KT-4046 1986 $50 player AM/FM Stereo a/r
Toshiba KT-4047 1987 $60 player AM/FM Stereo Dolby NR; eq; a/r
Toshiba KT-4087 1987 $130 recorder AM/FM Stereo a/r
Toshiba RP-2057 1987 $40 radio AM/FM Stereo digital,10 presets
Toshiba KT-4087 1987 $150 recorder AM/FM Stereo a/r
Toshiba RP-2017 1987 $20 radio AM/FM Stereo
Toshiba KT-4568 1988 $120 player AM/FM Stereo digital,a/r,dolby
Toshiba KT-4188 1988 $150 recorder AM/FM Stereo a/r,dolby,remote
Toshiba KT-4048 1988 $55 player AM/FM Stereo a/r,dolby,eq
Toshiba KT-4538 1988 $80 player AM/FM Stereo digital,10 presets,eq,clock,a/r
Toshiba KT-4818 1988 $46 player AM/FM Stereo
Toshiba KT-4868 1988 $146 player digital,10 presets,eq,clock,a/r
Toshiba KT-4038 1988 player AM/FM Stero a/r
Toshiba KT-4029 1989 $40 player AM/FM Stereo eq
Toshiba KT-4529 1989 player AM/FM Stereo digital

Here is another list of Toshiba's I found sorry do not remember the origin to give credit to.
KT4015 /Toshiba, Portable cassette player
KT4016 , Portable cassette player
KT4025 , Radio recorder
KT4026 /Toshiba, Radio recorder
KT4035 , Portable cassette player
KT4036 , Radio recorder
KT4037 , Portable cassette player
KT4046 /Toshiba, Portable cassette player
KT4047 , Portable cassette player
KT4056 , Portable cassette player
KT4065 , Radio recorder
KT4066 , Portable cassette player
KT4067 /Toshiba, Radio recorder
KT4085 , Portable cassette player
KT4086 , Portable cassette player (example for a KT4086 - symptom in database: No REC. No audio. Noisy audio.)
KT4538 , Radio recorder (one of the symptoms in the tech tips db is PLAY button struck.)
KT4548 , Portable cassette player
KT4551 , Portable cassette player
KT4551BLA , Single cassette deck
KT4851 /Toshiba, Hi-fi systems
KTAS1 , Portable cassette player
KTAS10 , Portable cassette player
KTAS2 , Portable cassette player
KTRS1 , Portable cassette player
KTV200 , Radio recorder
KTV300 , Radio recorder
KTV400 /Toshiba, Radio recorder (our database contains -for example- remedy/information : Reel cap and collar loose or broken.)
KTV503 , Radio recorder
KTV508 /Toshiba, Radio recorder (an example for a known symptom for KTV508 is Mechanism chassis broken near lock lever.)
KTV510 , Portable cassette player
KTV530 , Portable cassette player
KTV580 , Portable cassette player
KTV610 , Portable cassette player
KTV620 , Radio recorder
KTV630 , Radio recorder
KTV640 , Portable cassette player
KTV680 , Portable cassette player
KTV730 /Toshiba, Portable cassette player
KTV740 , Portable cassette player
KTVS1 , Portable cassette player
KTVS2 , Portable cassette player

Here is another Reference List of Toshiba I found, appears some dates are off a few years.

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KT-S2 TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1980-1981
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KT-S1/KT-S3 METAL PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1980-1983
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KT-4015 PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1986-1986
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KT-4026 TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1986-1988
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KT-4027 PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1987-1993
Description: BUILT-IN AM-FM TNR/3-BAND EQ/AUTO SHUT-OFF/LIGHTWEIGHT HF, ~~0B
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KT-4035 PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1986-1986
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KT-VS2 PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1982-1983
Description: ~~0B
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KT-M20 SILVER PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1981-1993
Description: VOICE LEVEL SENSOR SYS/CUE-REVIEW/AUTO STOP/1-TOUCH REC, ~~0B
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KT-P22 COMPACT RECORDER PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1984-1986
Description: ~~0B
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KT-P26 PORTABLE RECORDER TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1987-1993
Description: 1-TOUCH REC/VARIABLE VOICE LEVEL SENSOR SYS/AUTO SHUT-OFF, ~~0B
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KT-R2 METAL PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1981-1982
Description: ~~0B
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KT-S3 MKII PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1982-1983
Description: ~~0B
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KT-VS1 METAL PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1980-1983
Description: ~~0B
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KT-4085 DOLBY B 3-BAND EQ TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1985-1988
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KT-4087 DOLBY B PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1987-1993
Description: AUTO REVERSE/AM-FM TNR/AUTO SHUT-OFF/FEATHER-TOUCH/HF, ~~0B
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KT-4188 DOLBY B/PORTABLE w/REMOTE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1989-1993
Description: ~~0B
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KT-4529 PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1989-1993
Description: DIGITAL TUNING/3-BAND EQ, ~~0B
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KT-4549 DOLBY B PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1989-1993
Description: AUTO REVERSE/DIGITAL TUNING/3-BAND EQ/DYNAMIC BASS SOUND, ~~0B
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KT-AS1 PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1982-1983
Description: ~~0B
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KT-4059 PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1989-1993
Description: AUTO REVERSE/RECORDING CAPABLE/BUILT-IN MIC/3-BAND EQ, ~~0B
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KT-4065 PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1987-1993
Description: AUTO REVERSE/AM-FM DGTAL SYN TNR/SOFT-TOUCH/LIGHTWEIGHT HF, ~~0B
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KT-4066 DOLBY B TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1986-1993
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KT-4068 DOLBY B PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1987-1993
Description: AUTO REVERSE/AM-FM DGTAL SYN TNR/3-BAND EQ/LITE WEIGHT HF, ~~0B
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KT-4075 TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1986-1988
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KT-4077 DOLBY B TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1987-1993
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KT-4036 TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1986-1988
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KT-4037 PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1987-1993
Description: AUTO REVERSE/AM-FM TNR/3-BAND EQ/AUTO SHUT-OFF/HF, ~~0B
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KT-4046 TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1986-1988
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KT-4047 DOLBY B PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1987-1993
Description: AUTO REVERSE/3-BAND EQ/AUTO SHUT-OFF/SOFT-TOUCH/HF, ~~0B
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KT-4055 DOLBY PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1986-1986
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KT-4057 DOLBY B PORTABLE TOSHIBA Cassette - Aud 1987-1993
Description: AUTO REVERSE/AM-FM TNR/3-BAND EQ/AUTO SHUT-OFF/HF, ~~0B

LIST FROM PARTSTORE.COM
TOSHIBA WALKMAN MODEL NUMBERS TOTAL 125
Not in year or model order

KT1500

KT4026/V620

KT4041

KT4058/V850

KT1950

KT4027

KT4046

KT4059

KT4011

KT4028

KT4046/V640

KT4065

KT4015

KT4031

KT4047

KT4066

KT4015/V510

KT4035

KT4047/V740

KT4068

KT4016

KT4035/V530

KT4048

KT4075

KT4016/V610

KT4036

KT4049

KT4075/V570

KT4017

KT4036/V630

KT4051

KT4077

KT4018

KT4037

KT4055

KT4078

KT4019

KT4037/V730

KT4056

KT4085

KT4025

KT4038

KT4057/V750

KT4087

KT4026

KT4039

KT4058

KT4088

KT4097

KT4319

KT4821

KTA910

KT4168

KT4329

KT4848

KTA920

KT4168/4968

KT4349

KT4868

KTA930

KT4177

KT4519

KT4968

KTAS1

KT4178

KT4521

KT4978

KTAS10

KT4188

KT4529

KTA126 "

KTAS2

KT4218

KT4538

KTA127 "

KTC287 "

KT4228

KT4541

KTA128 "

KTC319 "

KT42R

KT4548

KTA150 "


KT4309

KT4549


KTC387 "

KT4317

KT4551

KTA201 "


KT4318

KT4568

KTA830

KTC407 "

KTD130 "

KTRS7

KTV580

KTV880

KTD209 "

KTS1

KTV680

KTV890

KTM20

KTS2

KTV750

KTV945

KTP22

KTS3

KTV760

KTVS1

KTP26

KTS3MKII

KTV770

KTVS2

KTR1

KTV200

KTV780


KTR2

KTV400

KTV850


KTR4178

KTV500

KTV860


KTRS1

KTV530

KTV870
 
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April 4, 2009 10:10 PM

Those toshiba walkmans are great ans fantastic! Cool

Toshiba walkmans are amongst my favourite walkmans ever made!

I have a few myself Big Grin

kts1 walkmans rather new Smile

and a few more as your kt4066 and your kt4067,
but I have the japanese version of that one called the
toshiba ktv770
Smile

And a toshiba ktv780
 
 
 
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April 4, 2009 10:25 PM

Walkgirl that is great you have some great Toshiba Walkmans. Your KT-V780 is beautiful in the black and silver. I have never seen one. Your KT-S1 NIB is simply breathtakingly superb. Bravo even the box is mint on outside, AMAZING. Thank you for adding to my post the pictures! Seems you can get lucky finding the Japan only models sometimes down under in Australia. Here are two brochure scans to share.

 
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April 5, 2009 7:33 AM

TOSHIBA'S have TOP CENTER of my Showcase. I wonder if I am supposed to stop collecting when the showcase if full ....ahhh bursting more like it Eek
 
 
 
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April 5, 2009 7:39 AM

Here is a glimpse of center section Toshiba with Sony middle and Sony,JVC,Sanyo,Sansui,Unisef and 3 portable TV's the first LCD COLOR portable , First Watchman B&W, and a Yorx AM/FM TV with detachable walkman twin speakers.
 
 
 
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April 5, 2009 9:16 AM

CHECK OUT my post in Walkman Chat on Toshiba Serial Numbers deciphered and add your model/serial number / origin if known. Thanks for all the kind positive comments. John
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Toshiba Serial Numbers Explained
 
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April 5, 2009 10:49 AM

NEW ADDITION purchased this AM from Ebay UK for $4 GBP WOOHOO Toshiba KT-4027 in WHITE , Boxed, working,Headphones,manual. BUILT-IN AM-FM TNR/3-BAND EQ/AUTO SHUT-OFF/LIGHTWEIGHT



 
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April 6, 2009 6:21 PM

Great collection of Toshibas John! I have a few also,including the am/fm headphones like you have. Thanks for sharing. Big Grin
 
 
 
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May 10, 2009 9:03 AM

Here we have the KT-AS10 one of the most sought after Toshiba's. Few Walkman's achieve a stand alone design different from nearly all others. This model does this. With its signiture FM module shrunk to fit the much smaller than cassette size player. With a serial number showing this unit to be the 396 one made a rare stroke of luck for a collector to have such low production number.








 
 
 
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May 10, 2009 9:05 AM

Indeed a lucky find #396 !!!!



NOTE THE REALLY TRUE SMALL SIZE OF THIS UNIT COMPARED TO A CASSETTE CASE. Heavy quality unit for its size. I Agree Big Grin

 
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May 10, 2009 7:55 PM

i have one just like it. it's number 1053. these numbers are really low. i wonder if they had a low production run. i have a black one in pieces which is numbered 2458. that was one i tried to replace the belt on. i didn't even come close.
 
 
 
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May 10, 2009 10:56 PM

Nice collection of Toshiba's, I have a black AS10 serial number is 5193.






And here's a nice KT-V670.



 
 
 
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June 20, 2009 9:13 AM

TOSHIBA KT-4055 rare RED
Here we have an interesting model that was released the year after the KT-AS10 (1984 @ $110 ) which had a ALL METAL body. The KT-4055 ( 1985 )is mechanically very similar but has a plastic body and just a metal face plate ( which interesting have picture of it off)apparently to reduce cost and sale price. Also of interest is the FM tuner module which is identical to the KT-AS10 instead of being RP-AF5 is a RP-AF7 I believe this to be the LAST OF THE TUNER MODULES for Toshiba. (see prior post this topic all tuner modules).
History of this actual model is world traveler as I bought it from Original female owner who purchased this in PARIS new then lived in GREECE and now I have it in the USA.
ALSO TO NOTE these ultra mini players most all when found have NO belt clip. THIS HAS the original clip/shoulder strap. The unit FM works flawlessly and tape works but the FF round button has been lost thus hole on front cover showing cog. Anyone have a unit for parts with this let me know.




 
 
 
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June 20, 2009 9:17 AM





THE RP-AF7 LAST Tuner Module


 
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