Braun CE 16

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The iconic Braun CE 16 Radio Tuner has been design by legendary designer Dieter Rams in the years 1967 - 1969 in Germany. This particular example is in great outer condition with very minor signs of use and has been revised and tested. Fully functional and operational.
Technical features: Reception ranges VHF 87-108 MHz / FM stereo / AM - medium wave 512-1640 kHz / Sensitivity 0.9 µV 30 dB signal-to-noise ratio / 40 kHz stroke / Selectivity 60 dB / 300 kHz / Distortion> 1% / Channel separation> 32 dB / AF output voltage FM 0.5 V / 40 kHz stroke; AM 0.5 V / 30% modulation (Ri = 10 kOhm) / Signal to noise ratio mono 60 dB / stereo 59 dB / Number of channels FM 14 / AM 11 / Fitted with 17 transistors, 14 germanium diodes, 4 silicon diodes / 220V & 110V / Special features: Automatic sharp tuning with VHF, HF display, tuning display by moving coil instrument, built-in stereo decoder, flywheel drive, gray sheet steel housing.

The iconic Braun CE 16 Radio Tuner has been design by legendary designer Dieter Rams in the years 1967 - 1969 in Germany. This particular example is in great outer condition with very minor signs of use and has been revised and tested. Fully functional and operational.
Technical features: Reception ranges VHF 87-108 MHz / FM stereo / AM - medium wave 512-1640 kHz / Sensitivity 0.9 µV 30 dB signal-to-noise ratio / 40 kHz stroke / Selectivity 60 dB / 300 kHz / Distortion> 1% / Channel separation> 32 dB / AF output voltage FM 0.5 V / 40 kHz stroke; AM 0.5 V / 30% modulation (Ri = 10 kOhm) / Signal to noise ratio mono 60 dB / stereo 59 dB / Number of channels FM 14 / AM 11 / Fitted with 17 transistors, 14 germanium diodes, 4 silicon diodes / 220V & 110V / Special features: Automatic sharp tuning with VHF, HF display, tuning display by moving coil instrument, built-in stereo decoder, flywheel drive, gray sheet steel housing.

Dimensions: L 34 x W 20 x H 11 cm

Weight: 4,5 kg

Item No: 30135

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Designed by: Dieter Rams

Braun CE 16 Details:

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The iconic Braun CE 16 Radio Tuner has been design by legendary designer Dieter Rams in the years 1967 - 1969 in Germany. This particular example is in great outer condition with very minor signs of use and has been revised and tested. Fully functional and operational.
Technical features: Reception ranges VHF 87-108 MHz / FM stereo / AM - medium wave 512-1640 kHz / Sensitivity 0.9 µV 30 dB signal-to-noise ratio / 40 kHz stroke / Selectivity 60 dB / 300 kHz / Distortion> 1% / Channel separation> 32 dB / AF output voltage FM 0.5 V / 40 kHz stroke; AM 0.5 V / 30% modulation (Ri = 10 kOhm) / Signal to noise ratio mono 60 dB / stereo 59 dB / Number of channels FM 14 / AM 11 / Fitted with 17 transistors, 14 germanium diodes, 4 silicon diodes / 220V & 110V / Special features: Automatic sharp tuning with VHF, HF display, tuning display by moving coil instrument, built-in stereo decoder, flywheel drive, gray sheet steel housing.

Dimensions: L 34 x W 20 x H 11 cm

Weight: 4,5 kg

Item No: 30135

Dieter Rams

Design by Dieter Rams

Dieter Rams is a German industrial designer born in 1932. His name is closely associated with the consumer products company Braun, the furniture company Vitsœ, and the functionalist school of industrial design. His unobtrusive approach and belief in "Less, but better" design generated a timeless quality in his products and have influenced the design of many products, which also secured Rams worldwide recognition and appreciation. Dieter Rams started his architecture and interior decoration studies in 1947 at the Wiesbaden Art Academy, which is now part of the Rhein Main University of Applied Sciences. A year later, in 1948, he took a break from his studies, gained practical experience and completed his carpentry apprenticeship. He returned to the Wiesbaden Art Academy in 1948 and graduated with honors in 1953, after which he started working for the Frankfurt architect Otto Appel. In 1955, he was hired by Braun as an architect and interior designer. In 1961, he became Braun's design director and served until 1995.

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