Photography The Golden Age Of Radio Posted on December 9, 2018December 2, 2018 by Thomas Slatin December 2015 Sweet Oblivion House Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post St. Nicholas Coal Breaker Next Post Player 19 thoughts on “The Golden Age Of Radio” Good old days memories. I think I was still in diapers when I sighted this. This feels like ages now. it brought back memories. Loading... Reply Wow, this is a very very old radio infact an antique. Nothing compared to what we have around these days. Loading... Reply This is an old radio…technology keeps evolving…where did you see this? Loading... Reply My mother keeps telling me stories of how my late grandfather had a lot of radios put around their old living room and then tune in to a classical music station back then. It was his version of a “full stereo surround system”. He may have used this kind of old radio model. Loading... Reply This is an ancient radio, don’t think I was on Earth when it was in full usage Loading... Reply First time to see this kind of a radio. Its great that you took such a detailed photo,even for future reference. Loading... Reply Awww is great to see one of those radios again even if just in a picture. Loading... Reply I saw a similar radio as an in-game model while I was playing Counter-Strike 1.6, many years ago. It was in a map called “cs_italy”. Given that I would often be playing in a loud cyber-cafe, if I ended up spawning wherever that radio was, I’d immediately destroy it, so as to prevent other players from guessing where I was, later on. Now that I’m looking at one of those ancient relics, courtesy of your photo, I have to admit that at one point in the past, those models used to be quite popular, long before YouTube videos and podcasts came into being. It’s a real blast from the past, this. Loading... Reply They don’t make radios like these anymore. It’s a pleasant blast to the past! Loading... Reply Such radios are rare nowadays. They belong in a museum. Loading... Reply I wish I had a radio like this. It’s like owning a piece of history. Loading... Reply Humanity has sure come a long way. I can’t believe this is what radios used to look like. Loading... Reply Nowadays they make radios that can disappear in the palm of your hand. Technology advances too fast. Loading... Reply Very true..It’s amazing how using technology you can reduce the size of hings and save a lot of space. Loading... Reply The earliest radio I have seen that we owned is of that which also plays long playing record. I could still remember it has a fan-like cover and speakers on both side. Loading... Reply As weird as it maybe, we still have this. We do not use it but my parents keeps it for its value. Hell, even their taste is still in the 50’s. Nothing wrong with that I just find it awkward. Loading... Reply Great photo you have taken to preserve the memory of this old school kind of radio. At least we have an opportunity to see it. Loading... Reply This must be an ancient radio. I never got to see this but it feels great to see it now. Technology is on the run and nothing can stop it. Loading... Reply We have come a long way when it comes to technology advancement. There was a time where TVs and Radios were owned by some people. Now we all have them. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.