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40 Jahre Walkman
13.08.19

40 Jahre Walkman

1979 verkauft Sony den ersten Walkman, heute kann kaum noch jemand unter 35 etwas mit dem Gerät zum Abspielen von Musikkasetten anfangen. Eine Ausstellung in Tokio zeigt 40 Jahre Walkman-Geschichte.

SHOTLIST TOKIO, JAPAN10. JULI 2019QUELLE: AFPTV1. Nah tape being put in a Sony Walkman 2. Nah first model of Walkman hanged on a wall 3. Halbnahe Walkmans hanged on a wall in the exhibition 4. Halbnahe people listening music with a Walkman at the exhibition TOKIO, JAPAN1. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: AFPTV5. Schärfeziehen between the first Walkman and one of the recent top of the range model 6. O-TON 1 - Hiroaki Sato, Sony's ingineer (mann, Japanese, 23 Sek.): 'On the very first model, there were two 'GUYS & DOLLS' headphones outputs so that couples could listen to music together, which I find rather nice. But when you listen together, you can't talk to each other, so there was something called a 'HOT LINE' button that you press to to activate a microphone on the device, allowing you to have conversations.' 7. Zwischenschnitt: Nah first model of Walkman, button 'HOT LINE' and the double output for the headphone 'Guys and Dolls' TOKIO, JAPAN10. JULI 2019QUELLE: AFPTV8. Nah two Walkmans hanged on a wall in the exhibition 9. Totale visitors in front of Walkmans hanged on a wall in the exhibition sold since 40 years 10. Halbnahe man listening music at the exhibition 11. O-TON 2 - Scott Fung, highschool student from Hong Kong (mann, English, 19 Sek.): 'I think the design of this Sony walkman is very interesting because we are not used to have such a physical-buttons device. Ever since I grew up, devices always have screens and they don't have physical buttons. '12. Totale poster on the wall showing pictures of Walkman's models that Sony is looking for 13. Nah poster showing pictures of Walkman's models that Sony is looking for 14. Halbnahe woman turning a Walkman on

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