By >Akihabara News Team
Teac SL-D920 Retro Radio CD Player
Teac, the Tokyo electronics company with fifty-seven years of history, will start selling the old stereo speaker radios you see in ’80s diner scenes.
I suppose that’s not entirely true, unless said ’80s radios had remotes, CD writer drives, and USB ports for MP3 players and other storage devices. The SL-D920 CD player radio has the ability to write discs with content recorded from radio, as well as a 3.5mm stereo input for non-USB audio players; and it comes in three colors – black, red, and white.
These retro radios will be available in Japan only, for roughly 20,000 JPY (240 USD).