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November 30, 2011

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Gary

I agree with you, Jeff. I think the same thing applies to the PR-D5. The CCR-SW is much more intelligible on talk radio.

Brandon

Jeff - I thought you weren't a fan of the sound that comes from this model. Has that changed, or does this one just sound better than past models you've used? Because I always thought my Kaito version of this radio sounded pretty good.

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