bigwam Posted December 2, 2018 Share Posted December 2, 2018 I will start a comparison between the Sonix V75 and the NorthStar MT-1809. Based on the pictures, you will see, both Radios are identical. Case, electr. components, Patent Nr. ... all identical. The radio was probably made in license and then sold under different names. But, let´s have a look on the pics (thanks Vincent for your help) The Case: I think, the front plate of the NorthStar is the plate with the real lettering (117V) and they put a sticker with 220V on the 117V print, to use it in other countries. Some pics from inside the Radios: Look at the cuttings on the sides for the sockets. Same components (example the speaker): Same Patent No.: It would be really interesting to find out which company made this radio. You find nothing about the manufactur of Sonix, but for NorthStar you can find this information: Swing Interlectronic Ltd., Hongkong Swing Electronics has handled many OEM orders from their own models, for which they have made their own tools and which were then sold exclusively to department stores / importers in Europe. OEM: Original Equipment Manufacturer is a company that produces parts and equipment that may be marketed by another manufacturer. What do you think about this? 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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