Summary: A quality piece of electronics. Solid construction! The plastic body is unusually thick. Like I said, solid. No buzzing from vibrating thin parts or loose fitting pieces here. Handle and antenna snap into place and stay there! Buttons have solid/positive feel. Reception is outstanding here in Chicago with many weak/overlapping stations. Stereo is surprisingly good for a smaller unit.
Summary: Another great Sangean radio, I have three. Being able to select preset stations in a portable radio is simply great since I have a number of favorite stations. The radio is very light, the sensitivity is quite good, far better than most radios. Controls are simple and intuitive.
Summary: I use mostly for FM and tuning is great. Sound is good for such small speakers. Only down side is the shiny grey finish. Photo on line made it look matte. We got past that. The features like tone control and fine tunability are excellent. We like the clock and the ability to choose what is displayed on the screen. Although it is a bit pricey, I believe the quality is worth it.
Summary: For the price I expected it to has stereo quality sounds and static free AM reception. Alas, it did not. It does have minute adjustments but generally the frequency is the best. The sound sounds like any other portable radio I've ever had. Not worth price in my view.
Summary: This is an exceptionally good radio, but it consumes "C" cells at an unacceptable clip. The rehargeables have a very limited life (less than a week) with only moderate use as a portable. Regular "C" cells last longer (2-3 weeks), but still drain very quickly. Otherwise, the radio is a winner. The sensitivity, selectivity, tone and its loudness (if needed) is remarkable. Because of its size and weight, it's not really a travel radio.
Summary: I needed to buy something relatively small but with good reception for my wife's office. With all of the metal in the building she works in reception for anything is difficult. This radio has great reception.