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I'm not sure hat the sound quality is on that, but I do notice that it doesn't have AM.
Personally I'd get one of these instead (a long as stereo sound isn't a high priority.
I need to update my review on this one as there's been major improvements.
What you get is decent AM/FM reception, a handful of (about what you'd expect for the price) SW bands, and a USB/SD(SDHC) slot player (MP3 and WMA) with decent sound for about $20..and it runs on (4) standard D cells that seem to last forever.
There have been some improvements to this model since I wrote that review on Amazon.
Reception has been improved a bit ( it's still not going to win any DX contests but it is very adequate), and the card player now scans though a track when holding down the FF or REW button. It also remembers where you are on a track should you switch over to the tuner. It remembers should you turn it off as well...though briefly (about 30 minutes).
They actully got this one right, and for $20 it's kinda hard to beat.
October 12, 2013 at 03:42 PM
There is a 22 minute video review at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CH89DjIHMqg
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October 12, 2013 at 08:26 PM
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