ONWA TV & radio alarm clock TVR-706

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ONWA TV & radio alarm clock TVR-706, color TV

TV radio table unit with handle and integrated clock (clock radio, radio alarm clock)

TV reception is no longer possible here with us via the built-in TV tuner,
but with an external DVBT2 receiver with antenna input and output, yes.
Radio - clock - alarm clock 100% function

13cm color TV with AM / FM radio and digital timer

Condition is OK, no broken parts, even the antenna is in great condition.
A picture shows black stripes on the screen, this comes from the camera,
these cannot be seen when viewed normally. Just snow.
Incl. Original instruction manual DIN A4 / 10 pages and circuit diagram
+
an unfilled guarantee card which is limited to the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany including West Berlin
(Of course this is no longer valid, as it was only 6 months after purchase, approx. 1980/85
Operating instructions in foil and perforated, without inscriptions and not yellowed, but white.

Mains connection via 220Volt, if you have an adapter it can also be operated with 12Volt.
The 9 volt block battery is required so that the clock continues to count without power, but without a display in the device.
(To be inserted in the battery compartment under the device)

PS: I actually wanted to demonstrate that, but one DVBT2 receiver has HDMI and the other has a Scart output.
Although I have an old DVBT1 receiver with a normal antenna socket, you can no longer receive reception with this.

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