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went looking for the company's corporate web page again. The Redsun
radios used to be listed under Kasung (which I've reported a couple of
years ago here). They seem to have split the Redsun products into their
own web site. The page on the 3100 is here:
Google translate does a pretty good job with it. I've posted a translation of the page on my blog here: http://fofio.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-long-awaited-redsun-rp3100.html
I also see that the 2100 is still listed, as well as the RP007, and
the RP300. There is also what looks like a cheaper version of the
RP300, the RP200. I don't see the memory-less version of the 2100
anymore (the 2000).
What I'm hoping is that we see versions from Kaito, CCrane, and or Gundig again.
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I would love to check it out, but I've learned my lesson about buying those "low serial number Chinese radios". I would wait until they work the bugs out.
September 12, 2013 at 05:34 PM
Still, it would be great if we could get one and send it to someone like Jay Allen. That way, we could all vicariously experience the new model, without the "low serial number" blues.
September 12, 2013 at 06:41 PM
Also check out the new products page: http://www.redsunelect.com/product.asp?bigclassid=22
A. Black |
September 13, 2013 at 08:14 AM
On the Redsun new products page there is a shortwave-capable boom-box. I haven't seen that for a while!
From Google translate:
Product Name: RS-803R
Product Features: FM / MW / SW / USB / SD card radios
Available colors: red, blue, black
Shortwave 1:5.2-13.5 MHz
FM: Better than 10uV
MW: better than 1mV / m
Shortwave: better 30uV
September 13, 2013 at 12:10 PM
I wouldn't pay anywhere near the price this seller is hoping for. But still, this is an interesting piece.
September 13, 2013 at 06:11 PM
It is terrific to see some new - and very promising - radios coming from Chinese manufacturers. First we see news of a new Tecsun PL-880 (which looks VERY interesting) and now the long-awaited RP-3100. Of course, we'll need to give each a little time to get the *bugs* out, but it's safe to say that 2014 will be a good year for the radio hobbyist.
Bob C. |
September 14, 2013 at 03:08 PM
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