The 1960s

The 1960s are the most liberal era of the entire Socialist epoch. This was reflected in a fast development of new technologies. Tubes are gradually replaced by transistors, bakelite is superseded with modern plastics, traditional metal chassis is replaced with printed circuit boards. The television enjoys the fastest development, the first transistor TV receiver is introduced to the market in 1966 and the first color TV experiments take place in the end of the 1960s. The devices are no more heavy wooden "pieces of furniture", the "Bruxelles" or "cosmic" design becomes fashionable. The transistors are made of germanium at first and are very sensitive to temeperature and produce a lot of noise. In the second half of the 1960s, silicon transistors are put into production. These can fulfil even the most demanding requirements.


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