Summary: I bought this Product because I was looking for a shortwave receiver. I like its perfomance on shortwave band. I had some problems to receive some shortwave broadcasting from Scandinavian duringthe day. But This brand has addressed my issues.
Summary: I've been a radio geek since I was a kid in the 60s. I've owned about ten or twelve shortwave, world-band, wide-band receivers in my day. I had a Drake R8-B for a while. This is one of my all time favorites. Everything works. The knobs are all made of metal and not plastic. Sure, I wish it had dual clocks and a better memory system. But for just tooling around the SW, MW, LW, FM and AIR bands... It has been working for me. I love it.
Summary: There is a lot that was done right with this radio. It has high sensitivity, good industrial design, it is lightweight, and the audio quality is fairly good. Admittedly, I bought it based on the serious look it presents as well as the relatively good reviews it got here on Amazon. When you consider what you get today for $250, it's good value. That said, there is something disappointing about it in terms of 'digital' noise in the audio output.
Summary: I purchased it to brush up on my morse code. everything from long wave to air wave is fantastic. The tuning knob feels great, love the REAL signal meter and BFO ( nostalgic, reminds me of my old vacuum tube years). I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in short wave listenning or just copying morse code.
Summary: I'm an amateur radio operator, and most of my radio equipment is on the higher end. Unfortunately my "radio shack" is on the other side of my house and I was looking for a tabletop radio for my bedside. I didn't want to spend a fortune on a high end receiver since I would be mainly using it to fall asleep at night. The Grundig Satellit 750 has been around now for almost 6 years, and in that time has gotten many mixed reviews.
Summary: Stable, easy to handle, good recieving, good selectivity, perhaps sensitivity could be a lttle better at lower frequensies and air-band, good audio. much radio för money. maybe I will buy another one. Thank You for a reciever I like very much.
Summary: Within 6 months the volume control stopped working. Can't use it. My return window has expired and now I have to face the aggravation of sending it to eton corp for them to fix it probably at cost. For a $200+ purchase radio this is unacceptable. I had a Sony before which lasted 6 years with no problems.
Summary: I hooked this baby up to a 100 ft. steel wire between two trees. WOW!!! Russia, Korea, China, BBC, CBC, -- Havana is 1150 miles -- comes booming in like they were broadcasting from my back bedroom. I CAN pick up the air frequencies. I've tried several radios that were supposed to have the air band, but this one picks them up on the built in antenna -- never picked up anything on the other radios. Did I spend too much? yep! Would I give it back for a refund? NOPE!!!
Summary: Like most of you I read many reviews prior to choosing a shortwave radio. After reading many more acceptable reviews then unacceptable reviews I decided to order the Satelite 750. I wanted a radio that looked good, had good features, and was more than just a shortwave radio. I wanted quality sound with AM & FM and Shortwave. I've had my 750 for about fhree weeks now and I can't find anything negative to say about this radio.
Summary: Ive been a radio operator for over forty years and have many radios in my collection.ham cb shortwave cw 2 meter etc id say this radio it the one i play with the most.It seems the more i use it the i love it .I could write pages and pages of why you should have one in your collection.This radio is affordable and well made try it youll like it