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May 16, 2010

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Mike S.

Thanks for the review. I have a keen interest in small multiband portables, and this model comes up every once and a while and have come this () close to bidding several times. The standard bearer for me for a long time was the Sony ICF-SW100, which has wonderful sync detection, but horrible audio quality. The ICF-SW20 is decently sensitive, but like the SW100, it's also rather hard for me to enjoy the audio. My interest in the B10 is definitely renewed.

John

Angelo, are you familiar with the Sangean MS-101? How does its performance compare with this radio's?

Angelo

I am not familiar with the Sangean MS-101. The little Panasonic is great for it' small size.

John

Mike, you might want to consider the Sony SW-15--it has the '20's sensitivity/selectivity and, I'm guessing, a larger speaker.

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