The Braun T 1000 CD marks the next generation of the 1964 T 1000 World Receiver and is one of the most iconic Braun radios designed under Dieter Rams. The main difference between the T 1000 and T 1000 CD is the leather strap handle and a round tuning knob. The T 1000 CD is one of the most sophisticated radios (even by today's standards) and is equipped with a complex range of functions. The switching between short, medium or long bands is achieved by rotating the drum on the side. The Braun T 1000 CD is fully functional & in great condition. The aluminum front is not included. The T 1000 comes with an additional power transformer TN 1000 220 / 110V - so that the radio can either be operated via batteries or plugged into the power outlet.
Technical details: A universal receiver with 12 overlapping frequency bands used for AM (0.13 ... 30 MHz), 8 of which are shortwave. For 10 dB S / N, the sensitivity is better than 6uV. Battery-operated band selector with gold-plated contacts. 3 tuned RF circuits, 7 JFs. JF: 455 kHz, switchable + / 0.9 / + / 3.5 kHz bandwidth, manual gain control, BFO, AF filter, electronic band extension. FM range 87 ... 108 MHz, 1.4uV / 26 dB S / N limit level 2uV. The official retail price in 1964 has been: 1,400.00 DM