Sony Collection

We owe much gratitude to Sony, for they were responsible for making the personal stereo cassette player a reality. For over 25 years, Sony has been bringing a personal, portable stereo music experience to our ears–creativity and innovation have continued to make Walkman a useful product to everyone. Walkman has reached pop icon status and become a symbol of youth, individuality and freedom. In 1979 Sony warned, “Remember the name: Walkman.” How could we forget?

l-r: Sony TPS-L2, SRF-30W, SRF-80W w/ Portable Stereo Speaker System, WM-3EX

l-r: Sony WM-R2 (black & silver), WM-7, WM-5, WM-F2

l-r: Sony WM-10, WM-20, WM-F20, WM-F10, WM-F5

l-r: Sony WM-R15, SRF-33W, WM-10II w/ Box, WM-10II, WM-10RV

l-r: Sony WM-F15, WM-DDI, WM-W800, WM-F70 w/ Box

l-r: Sony SRF-A1, WM-16 w/ Box, WM-F8 w/ Box

l-r: Sony SRF-19W, DD-100 (“Boodo Khan”), WM-D3, WM-F100, WM-F100III

1980s & 1990s Sony Walkman Brochures

1999 Walkman Anniversary Sticker Set

Is it a car stereo or a Walkman? Sony’s Music Shuttle from 1983.

1982 Sony Releases




WM-R2 stereo cassette recorder.

WM-D6 quartz lock professional stereo cassette recorder.


WM-F2 FM stereo cassette recorder.

SRF-30W FM stereo receiver.

SRF-70W FM stereo receiver.

FM stereo microcassette recorder; FM tuner pack.

“Birding Liveland” stereo microcassette recorder with stereo microphone; Japan release only.

M-80 FM/AM stereo microcassette recorder.

WA-55 AM/FM stereo cassette recorder, not part of the Walkman line.