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June 30, 2013

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Pablo

I agree with this post...I donĀ“t know why, but all the dsp receivers from Tecsun (PL380, 606, 390, etc) sounds awfully bad for my taste ( I mean, they have a dull, boring sound)...maybe an interesting alternative for strong MW stations, and also for some dx could be the PL600 from Tecsun (latest version, with distortion free audio) which proved to be a nice sounding, excellent general receiver.

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