The following audio equipment have been owned and used by Hans Sundgren.
Hans employer gives a discount when bying the noise cancellation headphone. Many of Hans´ coworkers uses these headphone when working. The headphone arrived 2018-02-18 and has a non-subsidised cost of 3990 SEK.
The headphone is expensive but offers so many features. It is easy to connect to the iPhone via the Bose connect app.
So far Hans had never owned a fixed stereo system. He had xxxx
Hans gets a small flat in Stockholm for sleeping over. He needs a nice clock radio and finds this one in an old fashion radio store at Hornsgatan.
End of life 2020
In January 2020 the unit is picked up from the storage room. It has not been used for 20 years. Since 2002 Hans uses his mobile phone as a wake up clock. The unit is left for recycling 2020-01-07.
January 1992 (probably)
A double cassette sing-along system with 2 microphones.
Hans uses this system occassionally the first year. Then it is put in the basement.
End of life 2011
In May 2011 the unit is recycled because it has not been used for 20 years. At this time cassette tapes and CDs are replaced by MP3. Sing-a-song system are now based on game stations like Sony Playstation, Microsoft X-box and Nintendo Wii.
Hans gets a new flat in Rönnby and needs a kitchen radio. This one has a mounting frame that is attached underneath the kitchen storage boxes.
End of life 2020
In January 2020 the unit is picked up from the storage room. It has not been used since Hans moved from his appartment in Rönnby 1994. The unit is left for recycling 2020-01-07.
Hans has earned some money during his summer job and decided to get the latest invention: A portable clock radio with LCD display. So far all clock radios were mains connected using LED displays.
This is probably one of the first radios with an LCD clock.
December 1966 ?
At Christmas Hans gets a typical Japanese transistor radio in pocket format with extendable antenna. It is light blue and has only three controls; a combined volume control on/off swich, a tuning knob and on the back side; an AM/FM selector switch.
Something similar to a Realtone.