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RichardFromMarple
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2 years ago

Thanks for the recent brochure scan uploads, I didn’t realise Thorn had so many variation in their smaller sets.

The mixture of 1500 & 1600 series chassis is interesting, as are the number of channel buttons when many B&W portables had only a single tuning knob & even colour sets were lucky to have more than 4 presets.

mfd70
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2 years ago

The 12″ portables seem to start at the battery/mains types. I wonder how they marketed the 1580 mains only hybrid version similar in looks to the 1590. They must have only been out for a short time and I believe they are ultra-rare now..

RichardFromMarple
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2 years ago

Mikey Bennett (AKA Mikey 405) had a 1580 in his collection, not sure if he still has it.

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