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March 17, 2013

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Gary

Jeff - As I mentioned before, it's not impossible that another pocket-sized portable will work better in this regard (i.e., have a lower capture ratio) than your DT-400W, but the only way to tell is to actually try a different radio at your location, for example the CC Pocket.

Jeffrey McMahon

Gary, today I used my DT180 instead of the DT400 and I found that the FM splash wasn't as bad. Also AM sounded better. I was surprised on both counts.

herculodge

I should add in the next day or so I'll walk in the worst spillover area and will get a better idea if the DT180 is significantly better than the DT400 for selectivity on the go.

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