The SABA FREIBURG VOLLAUTOMATIK STEREO 11 cost around 900.00 DM in 1961, making it the most expensive German radio. It played in STEREO and had a motorized channel search. In addition, the sound can of course be regulated in music and speech, bass and treble can be regulated separately. Formally, the SABA Freiburg corresponded to the taste of the time, everyone wanted it but very few could afford it. Thus, the Freiburg is still one of the really rare and sought-after radios in German broadcasting history. Our copy plays powerfully and sounds great. Only the motorized station search finds a few stations, maybe an additional antenna is needed, I couldn't check that. The remote control is not included.
TABLE RADIO - VOLLAUTOMATIK STEREO 11 - FACTORY DESIGN - SABA - GERMANY - 1961
Table Radio - Vollautomatik Stereo 11
H 45 cm W 69 cm D 31 cm
Wooden chassis veneered with walnut, solid maple strips, glass scale, printed on the inside.
slight signs of wear. The off switch does not work, the stereo switch does. Radio receives well, plays well in STEREO on VHF, motorized station search works, but does not automatically find any stations, original condition not tampered with. Chassis very good, very slight scratches on the surface in the original paint.
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