Model: Philips Tourismo 22RN464
Classic Car era: 1965 – 1974
Face-plate: Universal. Suitable for all cars of the period with the old style standard dashboard aperture.
On-board voltage: 12V+, 12V- and 6V- (switch). Suitable for negative ground British cars.
Output power: 5 Watt
Impedance speaker: 4 Ohm
Rendition: Mono, 1 speaker. NOTE: If you want to connect two speakers then you have to use two 8 Ohm speakers connected parallel + to + and – to -, this makes 4 Ohm. This is important otherwise you will damage the internal amplifier.
Wave Range: long wave, medium wave, NO FM – MP3 and Bluetooth ready (6-PIN DIN Socket)
Equipment: 1 speaker connection, tone adjustment, DIN Socket to connect external play-back devices.
Design type: Transistor radio
Year of build: 1969 approximately.
Dimensions unit (width x height x depth in mm): 176 x 137 x 45
Dimensions face-plate (width x height in mm): Plate 173 x 50
Weight (kg): 1.6
Installing: Basic car conditions before installation: Radio prepared car with dashboard openings, 6 or 12V power lead, analog telescopic antenna, standard (dashboard speaker) with wiring.
Handy customers experienced with working and tinkering on classic cars can install a radio by themselves. All others we strictly advise to have their vintage radio installed by an experienced mechanic / electrician / local garage. The radio will be easy to install in a factory prepared car. In case your dashboard aperture / mount has been changed by previous owners over the last 40 -50 years you might need, or have to make, different parts to make the radio fit properly.
*1.5 years (18 months) European / US warranty (See About Us / FAQ). In the rare case that a reliable Philips transistor radio stops working you send it back to us for immediate exchange (in case a comparable unit is in stock) or repair. The radio is sealed before shipping with a unique numbered security seal which cannot be tampered with. If this seal is damaged / broken the warranty will be void. This unit does not have a scale lamp, but hey, who cares about that in a proper sports car!
“Enjoy the Ride!”