Doney* emerges from the stability of the furniture, from the pigeonholed supports, from any aesthetic cage; the first portable television born in Europe, awarded the Compasso d’oro (1963), does not want to integrate itself, to live an independent life, an object among objects. Designed by Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper in 1962. It is the first fully transistorized television in Europe. Different versions and evolutions will be made over the years, but all will maintain that concept of perfect example of rationalism conceived by its authors. *Regenerated product (year of production 1998).
Historical collector’s item for exhibition use only.
Out of stock
Kinescope Black matrix, 14″
5 levels of video optimization: nature, games, movies, shows, sport
Automatic programming AST
Mains power supply
Digital frequency synthesis tuning
Hyperband cable tuner
Video standard PAL -NTSC via scart
100 storable programs
Video input, Scart, AV
Cabinet in washable plastic material, with sight-saving lens
Dimensions: (WxHxD) 36 x 33.5 x 36cm