Summary: Looks good but has a lot more static than my previous Oregon Scientific radio had. Can't figure out why. It has new batteries and is being used in the same room as before. May just have to use it as a signal to turn on the TV since it is very hard to hear over the static.
Summary: It ii's OK but more prone to interference from other RF devices, than my earlier model, tested side by side. It has the same sensitivity (quieting) as the earlier model, as far as reception in concerned. The use of the AC adapter is a must compared to the earlier model which would require batteries every three weeks or so but this one uses them up in a week. The Manual states to use the adapter and after I did, no more battery problems.
Summary: Low price to pay for a reliable weather warning device. Set it and forget the weather until a warning forecast comes into your area. Loud and clear. Portable to take with you if needed. Best device I have used to date. Highly recommended for an early warning device.
Summary: Had an older model that lasted over 15 years. The channel selector finally wore out from losing the station every time the batteries were changed. This model is much better. High quality. Set up was a little testy. Other reviews said to use the Quick Start. That didn't work for me. Used the instructions in the guide instead. Took a few times to understand what to do, but once done it's a great unit. Would recommend highly to anyone. Love it.