Vintage radio: Leningrad 006 stereo. Made in USSR
The top-class radio Leningrad-006-stereo has been producing by the Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) plant Radiopribor since 1978. The receiver works in all ranges accepted by Soviet GOST. Stereo programs can be received in the VHF band. The receiver has two internal magnetic antennas for reception on the LW and MW bands and a telescopic antenna for reception on the HF and VHF bands. The HF band is divided into 5 subbands. Sensitivity in the LW range 0.8 μV, MW – 0.5 mV / m, in all HF subbands 150 μV, in VHF – 10 μV. Selectivity for a narrow IF band – 56 dB. The band of reproducible sound frequencies in the ranges of LW, SV at local reception is 80 … 6300 Hz, in VHF 80 … 12000 Hz. The rated output power of the amplifier is 1 watt, the maximum is 1.5 watts. When powered from the net, the maximum output power is 2.7 watts. The power consumed from a network is 15 W. The dimensions of the radio receiver are 390x394x164 mm. Weight 9 kg.