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Arvin 6 Transistor Radio: omgosh, had one just like this in a fake leather case, to die for in the 50's.

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Emerson Pioneer 8 Transistor Radio, 1958 (if they actually played anything good on the radio anymore, I would want one of these!)

Transistor radio - I used to sleep with one of these under my pillow, so my mom couldn't hear me listening to music after I was supposed to be sleeping

Loved listening to Dr. Don Rose on KFRC when I was growing up in the 70's !http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIxI8Khh9Vg=endscreen=1

1950s transistor radio I worked babysitting all week in order to pay off my transistor. It was worth it though, being able to take my music with me.

Transistor radio..saved $10 to buy my first...I can still smell the plastic...I slept with it under my pillow

The iPod of the 60s.-I got this for my ninth birthday. No one else had one and it was orange and black and gray. It is called a Radio.... A "transistor radio"

Sony TR-63: First released in 1957, it was marketed as the world's smallest transistor radio. via time.com #Transistor_Radio

1958: Fairchild Semiconductor produces double-diffused silicon mesa transistors to meet demanding aerospace applications.