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July 21, 2008

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Ed S.

These radios are dated and don't represent the state of the art.

jeffrey McMahon

It would be nice to pit them against today's big boy AM performers.

Ed S.

I had the CCRadio about 7 years ago. It was worthless on picking up AM inside an office building. Didn't get the LCD problem, but it had random bugs. It was not the equal of a PR-D5 or a Kaito 2100. Sold it.

jeffrey McMahon

I've been warned of its LCD problems for several years. What an overpriced beast it is. And outdated.

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