Colours took over the television as disco music took over the dance floors. The remote control was a newcomer. At the beginning of the 1970's Salora exported 70% of their television sets. Salora's radio manufacturing came to an end in 1972 and after that the company concentrated on stereos. Car radiophones were also manufactured in the 1970's. At the end of the decade Nokia Oy and Salora Oy established Mobira Oy, a radiophone factory.

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Salora Salorita 4, 1972

Salorita 4 was Salora’s last self-made transistorised portable radio. Salora manufactured Salorita table receivers already in the 1950’s and began using the name again for portable radios in 1966. Salorita 4 was a popular car/portable radio with grid connection and a rack. It also had connections for an additional loudspeaker / headphones and tape recorder / record player.

Salora had part of their portable radios and other audio products manufactured as so-called Oem products (Original equipment manufacturer) in the 1960-80’s. It means that another manufacturer made a product following Salora’s standards of quality, and it was sold under the Salora-brand.

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Tuote-esite Salorita 3 ja 4
Tuote-esite salorita 3 ja 4