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Link Details: Virtual Radio Museum from Hungary

 
Name of the site: Virtual Radio Museum from Hungary
URL of the site: http://www.zalaszam.hu/radio/
Author: Selyem Tóth Sándor
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Languages: EN EN ?3 ?4
Category: Collectors
Description: I began to collect radio sets and the literature connected to them in 1995. It gives me a great pleasure and is very relaxing beside my work at the Zalaviz Ltd. My collection consists of 500 radios, mainly valve sets, and 200 transistor radios. The main organisational idea of my collection is the history of technology. That's why there is enough room either for a Philips Népvevő from 1926 and for a B&O Beomaster 900 from 1964, which is the first radio with stereo transistor.
Date: 25.Apr.04  

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Rating:   Ø Ø 4.5
Name Date Rating Name Date Rating
Zenonas Langaitis 21.Aug.18 5 stars Sándor Perneky 09.Jan.18 5 stars
Sandor Selyem-Tóth 06.Nov.07 5 stars Gidi Verheijen 31.Jul.06 5 stars
Geza Bordi 31.Jul.06 5 stars Kálmán Vörös † Nov. 2011 29.Jul.06 5 stars
Sándor Varga 28.Jul.06 5 stars Peter Olasz 28.Jul.06 5 stars
Peter Kovacs 19.Jul.06 5 stars Karl Günther Goldsteiner 15.Apr.07 4 stars
Michael Krämer 11.Jun.13 3 stars André Bassin 18.Nov.06 2 stars

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Comments (Members)
Name / Date Comment
Karl Günther Goldsteiner Sehr informative und schöne Website
15.Apr.07
Geza Bordi Dear All, I hope Mr. Sándor Selyem Tóth will work on His collection and his dream about the Museum, exhibit of Radios will realise soom.
31.Jul.06
Kálmán Vörös † Nov. 2011 Herr Sándor Selyem Tóth Sándor hat eine der grösste Sammlung in Ungarn, hat aber nicht nur ungarische sondern auch ausländische Geräte, Interessante Website.
29.Jul.06
Peter Olasz Eine wirklich schöne Sammlung - auch als Nachschlagewerk benutzbar...
28.Jul.06
Peter Kovacs Sehr interessante Sammlung, sehr freundlicher und hilfsbereiter Inhaber!
19.Jul.06
  
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