Sanyo Boomboxes

Sanyo Boomboxes
Sanyo is an electronics company founded by Toshio Iue in 1949 and has their headquarters in Moriguchi, Osaka, Japan. Sanyo means “three oceans”, the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian oceans. In 2009, Panasonic became a majority stakeholder in the company making Sanyo a subsidiary of Panasonic. They produced one of the more sought after boomboxes in 1981, the MR-X20, also known as BigBen.

Sanyo Boombox Model Numbers
9902 – late 70’s
C9
C 12A
C-20
C-30
C-35
C50
C60
IC 8800 – 1977, wooden sides, handle and front, back
M7100K
M7735
M7900K
M9703
M9705A
M9706
M9716
M 9802AK – 1985
M9811
M9820K
M9825
M9830K
M9835K
M9838
M9840
M988OKA
M9901
M9916K
M9923
M9935K – 1983
M9970
M9977
M9980
M9994
M9998 – 1979
MCH-S980
MR9600
MR-X20 – 1981, aka BigBen, one of the most sought after boomboxes, considered a Holy Grail boombox
M-W15F
MW170
MW170A
MW220 – 1985
MX650
MX720K
M-X920K
M-X920L
M-X960K



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