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March 11, 2009

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Ken K.

I'm not sure if it's my browser or what but there doesn't seem to be any link to the review.

Jeffrey McMahon

Ken, I just clicked on the video and it started playing. Perhaps it's your browser.

Ed

This must have been taped before BA sold the Duo-i. Contrary to what the presenter said, an iPod adapter is unnecessary if you get the Duo-i, which has a built-in iPod dock which also charges your iPod.

Keith

Odd that a review of a radio does not include discussion on how it sounds.

Jeffrey McMahon

It's the best sounding radio I've ever played. I'd love it to have a telescopic FM antenna and a 250 mm ferrite, but I can keep dreaming.

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