Reading time: 4 minute The production of the Cronos radio receiver began in 1979, when the first model called 131.Cronos appeared, followed by 147d.Junior in 1980, and 168d.Browni manufactured in 1983. The first variant was manufactured for import with reception on UM and FM Band East, and the other two for export with UM and FM West Band reception.
Reading time: 3 minute Superson is a stationary radio receiver, manufactured in two variants between 1977 and 1979, provided with a light organ intended to receive the broadcasts of broadcasting stations in the range of medium (MA - amplitude modulation) and ultrashort (MF - frequency modulation) waves. By attaching the light organ, a pleasant correlation is created between color and sound, giving musical auditions a special quality.
Reading time: 2 minute Technical bulletin no.5, includes the description of the functions of the details of the electrical diagram and defects or damages to the TV modules with 5 and 6 integrated circuits, except for the vertical scanning mode with TDA1170 presented in the technical bulletin no. 4.
Reading time: 2 minute This book presents theoretical notions about two types and families of transistors: germanium and silicon.
Reading time: <1 minut This book presents theoretical notions about the horizontal and vertical deflection with transistors, and about the frame oscillator of the "Sport" TV. For owners of tube TVs (mostly collectors), this book can be used to troubleshoot "Sport" TVs manufactured by Electronica Bucharest.