Modular stereophonic radio-gramophone Estonia 010 was a copy of Sharp Optonic. It was produced from 1985 to 1992. Both selling of a complete set, as well as in separate modules was intended. At first the set included active loudspeakers, however production of a power amplification module and 35 АС-021 (35 AS-021) loudspeakers was started in 1985.
Loudspeakers Estonia 35 AC-021 (35 AS-021) were three-way systems with a honeycomb woofer, a dome midrange and a dome tweeter. They were produced from 1985 to 1990. Overall 73398 units were released. Estonia 35 AC 021-1 (35 AS 021-1) was available as well. It lacked protective grids over the midrange and the tweeter. The drivers had round flanges.
Power amplifier Estonia УМ-010 (UM-010) had the output power of 2 × 85 W. Operating status and overload were displayed with LED indication. Overall 34896 units were released.
Estonia ЭП-010 (EP-010) was a low-speed direct-drive turntable. All modules used tactile switches. Special optical system was able to find the required track number on a record. It was possible to put on a replay a single track or an entire record. Overall 29762 units were produced.
Estonia УП-010 (UP-010) preamplifier featured LED indication of available selections and of the output signal level, high-pass and low-pass crossovers and an output for headphones. Overall 35347 units were released.
Tuner Estonia Т-010 was designed for reception of radio signals in SW and USW bands. It featured digital tuning indication and an electronic frequency tuner. Automatic frequency fine-tuning switched off automatically once the tuning knob was touched. Overall 13121 units were released.
From 1986 to 1989 RET was the first to establish production of CD players in USSR. The product name was Estonia ЛП 001 C (LP 001 S). The player was equipped with Philips CDM-2 mechanism and TDA 1540P DAC. Electronic PCBs were supplied by Tesla, Czech Republic. Technically it was a modification of Tesla MC900. Overall 2454 units were released.
Besides this a number of other consumer electronic products were manufactured in the 80s in small batches: an integrated amplifier Estonia 35-016 С (35-016 S) with the output power of 2 × 35 W featured modular design, which was not successful because of a large number of low quality connectors; a dual cassette deck Estonia МП-110 (MP-110); a stereo tuner Estonia T-110 С (T-110 S); a turntable Estonia 109, which had an integrated amplifier and was equipped with a Polish device Unitra Daniel G1100 fs; loudspeaker drivers Estonia 35 АС (35 AS) for cars.
Souvenir radio Rahu was a receiver, which worked in the MW band. It was produced from 1986 to 1992. It was based on the souvenir Regatt, where the top sphere designed as a globe enclosed a loudspeaker. Tuning of the radio receiver was performed by rotating the globe. The second version of Rahu featured an alarm clock built into its base.
In 1985 production of drivers and assembly of loudspeakers was transferred from Tallinn to Jõhvi. At the same time manufacturing was modernised in a joint effort with Genelec OY of Finland.