The oldschool ghettoblaster Music Box from 1982. It was produced by the Korean brand Gold Star, the TSR-900 model. A huge dose of good beats and vintage rhythms, both from tapes and from radio stations. An inseparable element of street pop culture associated with American films shot on the streets of Brooklyn. High-waisted jeans, an unbuttoned shirt, messy tousled hair, a slight mustache under his nose, leather boots and… boombox on his shoulder. It used to be like that, day by day, with a feeling of freedom and liberation. And this radio cassette recorder reminds you of it.
The equipment is fully functional, both speakers work, the cassette and the radio sound as they should. The boombox is portable, battery powered. An interesting fact is the detachable loudspeakers that allow you to create a really decent studio anywhere. As for its years, it is in very good condition. Multigenerational equipment. The only drawback is the lack of a small plastic on the flap from the cassette on the left side. However, this is not a problem in use. Yellowing, slight abrasions and scratches are also visible. But after all, vintage gear requires signs of life.