|Name:||Kobe Kogyo Corporation (TEN); Kobe (J)|
|Products:||Model types Others Tube manufacturer|
Carried out research into vacuum tubes in the late 40's and later on semiconductor devices. In 1953, Kobe Kogyo became the first company in Japan to suceed in making a transistor. In 1961, they developed a microwave oven that was put into mass production. Their first product using transistors was a car radio supplied to Toyota. The company merged with Fujitsu in 1963.
Before WW2, the company was known as Kawinishi Kogyo and changed it's name to Kobe Kogyo after WW2. Kawinishi Kogyo were associated with aircraft production.
This manufacturer was suggested by William J Blanchflower.
|J||65||Play-Rite Six Transistor||Pocket AM Radio Model Play-Rite Six Transistor. Earphone Jack. Ryukyus.|
|J||62||Ten Autoradio AR361||Appears to have a built-in loudspeaker and telescopic aerial. The set has probably got ...|
|J||64||Play-Rite KT-80||Similar to Kobe KT-80. It has all the same marking except that Play-Rite is shown on the F...|
|J||58||KT-61||Empfangsbereich 535-1605 kHz.|
|J||57||KT-6||2S30||2 diodes. Earphone jack. Frequency range: 535-1605 kHz.First transistor radio of Kobe Kogy...|
|J||62/63||KT1000||Le cadre ferrite est au dessus du poste, et il est orientable (gonio). Commutation local d...|
|J||60||Ten Autoradio AR-365SD||Kobe Ten AR-365SD; Portable transistor radio for use as car radio with suitable bracket an...|
|J||65||Ten Autoradio AR-363SD||AM radio with cradle frame.|
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