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Wasted money on portable radio
Posted by: Portableless from: on
This radio sucks plain and simple, I wanted a portable FM stereo, did a lot of searching and although this one only had one review...I opted to buy it since the review was 4 star. When I first got and used it, I programmed in several radio stations by beginning at 87.7 (where the radio itself begins) moving up as far as 103.5. But I lost all programmed channels when I unplugged it from the wall outlet so each time I wanted to listen to it, I had start at 87.7 and work up channel by channel (those I didn't want [and there are quite a few] to 99.5 and program that in just to avoid having to start at 87.7 again. I thought "Okay, it takes 8 'D' batteries" so once I put the batteries in, it will retain the channel memory but "NO" it didn't. It looses it memory if you do not unplug it from the back of the radio before unplugging it from the wall outlet, in other words...if the cord remains in the radio it will loose programmed channels. But it doesn't stop there, I tried plugging it into the wall first and then into the back of the radio but didn't immediately make a good connection and "BAM!"...lost programmed channels once again. What makes all of this worse is having to restart at 87.7 every time, you cannot skip all of the channels from 87.7 up to the first one you want #there were about 15 stops between 87.7 and 99.5#. The push button advances up or down until it finds a channel, it pauses, locks on and only then can you advance #approximately 2 seconds per channel# to the next. The only other option I came up with is to go backwards from 87.7 to drop into the top of the channel frequencies, thus getting me closer to the upper ones quicker #107.5#. I would have returned this radio but I took too long to pick up the batteries only to find they did not resolve the issue. Other than listening to CDs #or cassette tapes if you still have any#, the only thing this so called portable radio is good for, is sitting on a shelf and remaining plugged in. But even then, you'll be reprogramming it in the event of a power interruption. Now I wish I had spent the extra money and got the Dewalt job radio/battery charger that was next in the crosshairs!
5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Great sound for the price.
Posted by: Robby from: Davenport, FL on
This unit was purchased for an 87 year old grandmother. She loves to listen to her CDs.
4 out of 13 found this review helpful.
Great Stereo for Small Space
Posted by: bwea from: on
I love this stereo CD player. It fits perfectly on the shelf and sounds great. No problems with it ever.
0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Great stereo for workshop
Posted by: Charmingt from: on
Good quality for the price. Durable with good radio reception.
0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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