Vintage 70's Optalix Transistor


The imperfect ones, 1970s

ref. 1549

Very famous model of the brand Optalix ! Let yourself be seduced by this 70's classic! A small crack is present on the top of the post, but it doesn't take away the charm of this one!

310 x 140 x 100 mm


Brand : Optalix

Optalix was created by the French manufacturer Marcel Niel in 1945 in Aubervilliers, France. This brand develops many transistors known worldwide! In 1962, the company produced the first battery-powered radio receiver, better known as a transistor!

Combine beauty and technology

Give them a new life!

Just like our classic 30's-60's range, these radios are equipped with Focal speakers and a 50W analogue amplifier to reproduce the sound of tube amplifiers with a modern dynamism.

Although some traces of life are more marked, these sets are full of charm, character and will seduce you!


Full life: the patina of the radio has marked traces of life. The radio may have slight cracks or scratches

Bluetooth 5.0 aptX

We install a Bluetooth 5.0 system so you can freely listen to all your favourite music from your phone, computer or tablet on your vintage A.bsolutely radio!

12 hours of music ... everywhere.

Thanks to the rechargeable batteries, you can enjoy your music anywhere for 12 or 20 hours depending on your model!


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Born from a passion for music, new technologies and vintage, the company A.bsolument has taken up the challenge of modernising the old radios of our grandparents.

Modernised vintage radio photographed by Théo Gosselin
Focal speaker installed in vintage radios a.bsolutely

United by the same passion, the meeting between Focal and A.bsolument was obvious.

Focal, Listen beyond
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