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December 23, 2009

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Tom Welch

Interestingly, these work site radios do not appear on any of the Sangean company websites yet.

David

No aux input??

Val

No aux intut.

Blake

Leaving out the aux input is a big oversight for new radios in my opinion. I try not to buy a table top without it.

Jeffrey McMahon

No aux is a real shame. If it had one, I could use it as a bedside radio. The size is on the compact side.

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