Just wanted to pass on my quick look at the CCRadio EP since I received mine about a week ago. I consider myself a geek/techie all of my life and have always preferred audio over video. I do not consider myself a serious DXer but have done some of this since I was a kid. I own many radios and seemed to be addicted to them.
I live outside of Denver and am running the EP on batteries. The EP has a solid build quality to it with a decent sounding speaker that is not tinny and can have a good amount of bass if you tweak the tone controls. The radio also has a filter knob with a music/voice selection.
The EP is analog and has a classic slide rule tuning scale with a large tuning knob on the right side end of the radio. The dial has a switch to turn the the light on which is nice and bright. An identical large volume knob is also on the right end and a smaller knob to tune the twin coil ferrite for AM reception. The left end has aux in, headphone and power connections. Antenna connections on the back.
The EP performed well in receiving all my AM locals clearly that I would expect as well as the one weak station for me that I listen to (710AM). This station usually does not come in clearly but was very clear and solid. I did a little DXing in the evening at 9:00PM and was able to pickup from the Denver metro area clearly KFI 640 Los Angeles, WGN 720 Chicago, WHO 1040 Des Moines, KRLD 1080 Dallas, KMOX 1120 St. Louis, KFAQ 1170 Tulsa, WOAI 1200 San Antonio and others. I need to try to get some on 800-900. The FM without the whip antenna extended was able to pull in all the main FM stations in the Denver area. I have not extended the antenna to test it yet.
All in all, this radio performs for me very well and I love having a retro tech radio that is newly built. This radio is certainly better than average and has a nice feature set. Hope this helps!