- A tecsonic boombox with a light brown metal cover used by Public Enemy. The boombox has a handle at the top, collapsible antenna, six speakers, a radio, a double cassette player, and a number of controls. There are green and black Public Enemy stickers adhered around the left, top, and right sides. There is one sticker on each side and three on the top. All of the stickers have varying degrees of loss. Two cassette compartments marked "METAL / 4 BAND STEREO RECEIVER / DOUBLE CASSETTE PLAYER" and "5-BAND GRAPHIC EQUALIZER MX-900." The large round speaker at the bottom right has a white sticker with black and red print that says "I (heart symbol) / SOWETO / www.iluvsa.co.za / Where: CHAF - POZI / When: 3rd Saturday / of every month." There is a black label with silver text on back of speaker. It reads "TECSONIC / STEREO DOUBLE CASSETTE RECORDER / WITH 4-BAND RADIO / MODEL NO: MX-900 / AC 110/220V 50/60Hz30W / DC 15V"D"SIZE BATTERY x10PCS / MADE IN KOREA."
- Data Source
- National Museum of African American History and Culture
- Manufactured by
- Tecsonic, South Korean
- Owned by
- Chuck D, American, born 1960
- Subject of
- Public Enemy, American, founded 1982
- Def Jam Recordings, American, founded 1984
- Terminator X, American, born 1966
- Flavor Flav, American, born 1959
- Professor Griff, American, born 1960
- Chaf-Pozi Soweto, South African
- ca. 1986
- Credit Line
- Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of Public Enemy
- metal, plastic, paper
- 14 x 27 x 7 1/8 in. (35.6 x 68.6 x 18.1 cm)
- radio receivers
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