SONY: Professional Walkman WM D6C. ‘…. is WAY better (in terms of sound quality) than any bloody iPod!!

One thing that I’ve wanted for a long time is a Sony Pro-Walkman. In fact I’ve wanted one since about 1984 when my dad bought a Sony catalogue home, around the time he bought a Beta Hi-Fi VCR (which I now have ) The price at the time way way out of my reach (£200 […]

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SONY: Professional Walkman WM D6C. The fantastic ‘Super-D6C’, by Doctor Walkman

He writes …. I want to share a very interesting experience I’ve had with ‘Dottore Walkman’, probably the best walkman technician in the world, if not the best one. I knew about him in Stereo2Go forums more than a year ago and I contacted him for doing some adjustments on my best units: SONY D6C […]

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SONY: Professional Walkman WM D6C (2002) and how it differs from the 1982 WM D6

The WM-D6 at first looks like a rather large personal stereo, but is really more like a miniaturised TC-D5 portable cassette deck. Although the WM-D6 was not the first Walkman model that could record, it was the first that could do so to such high standards that it was suitable for professional use. The WM-D6 […]

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SONY: Professional Walkman WM D6C – This updated model added to the strengths of the WM-D6 by offering an important extra feature

This updated model added to the strengths of the WM-D6 by offering an important extra feature: Dolby C noise reduction. This system, which operated in playback and record, improved the dynamic range considerably. Including Dolby C noise reduction in a compact portable was not easy, and the integrated circuits which performed most of the functions […]

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