Sony Boomboxes

Sony Boomboxes
Sony is an electronics company founded in Minato, Tokyo, Japan by Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita in 1946. Today, they are one of the leaders in consumer products, games, motion pictures, music and financial services. They built the first tape recorder in Japan called the Type-G. In 1958, they officially changed their name to Sony. They produced one of their first boomboxes in 1978, the CF-520. Sony was the first company to offer a boombox with a CD player in 1986, the CFD-5.



Sony Boombox Model Numbers
CF-470S – 1970’s
CF-520 – 1978, one of Sony’s first boomboxes
CF-530
CF-3800
CF-6600
CFD-5 – 1986, first boombox to have a cd player
CFD-50
CFD-440
CFD-444
CFD-450
CFD-510
CFD-530
CFD-S01
CFD-S22
CFD-V35
CFM-200
CFS-7
CFS-43
CFS-45
CFS-77 – 1983
CFS-88
CFS-88S
CFS-99
CFS-201
CFS-250
CFS-450
CFS-500
CFS-686
CFS-720
CFS-1000
CFS-1055
CFS-3000
CFS-4000
CFS-D7 – 1981
CFS-W30
CFS-W301
CFS-W304
CFS-W305S
CFS-W360
CFS-W420
CFS-W500
CFS-W501
FH-7 – Mark II, Mark III

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