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Damn it Jim, I'm an Audiophile, not an idiot with a wallet full of Goldcards!!!
Hmmph--and you call yourself an Audiophile!
it really bothers me not to know please tell me
And you're serious? It's a portable transistor AM radio--what a lot of people first heard the Beatles and Rolling Stones through, but I'm guessing you probably missed that decade? Anyway, they all had wonderful, tinny-sounding 2 or 3 inch speakers and ran on nine volt batteries. They often came with a little single-sided earphone, but most people just held the radio up to their ear and bobbed their heads up and down to the music.
Like the 50's iPod, a "Nichinan 2 Transistor Boy's Radio".
I actually had a "BOYS" transistor radio. They must have been pretty inexpensive, because on Christmas my father gave them to each of his three kids and all four of my cousins. I used to listen to KHJ (Los Angeles) late at night, under the covers, with my high-quality, audiophile-grade, head set: