Portable AM/FM/SW Radio
Brand New Field Radio from Eton giving almost continuous coverage from 0.5 to 30 MHz for Medium Wave and Short Wave bands, plus VHF stereo FM Band. A wide/narrow bandwidth switch helps to eliminate or reduce adjacent channel interference.
The main tuning knob can be set to either fast or slow tuning and even locked for easy use. The display is backlit and there is even a switch to illuminate the push button keys on the front panel at night time or for low level lighting use.
The S450DLX is set to become the new standard in outdoor/field portable radio.
- Eton S450DLX Field Radio
- AM (530-1710 KHz)
- FM (88-108 MHz)1
- SW (continuous frequency range from 1711-29999kHz)
- MW (520-1620 kHz)
- FM Frequency Scan: 3 Methods to Chose from (fast/slow/Stop)
- High Performance IC and MOSFET: Provides High Sensitivity, Strong Anti-Interference, Low Background Noise and Lower Distortion.
- MW/SW IF Wide/Narrow Bandwidth Selection: Allows Adjustment of RF Gain According to Signal Strength to Achieve Better Receive Performance.
- 9/10KHz MW steps select-able
- MCU Control and Large LCD Backlight Display with Frequency, Clock, Battery Level Indicator, and Signal Strength Indicator
- AM Band Features Latest PLL technology
- 50 Station Memories (10 presets for each band)
- Dual Alarm with Wakeup, Snooze, and Programming Sleep Functions
- AM/FM/SW External Antenna Input Socket
- Individual MW 500 Ext./GND Socket for External Antenna and Ground to Improve MW Sensitivity
- Strap Type Carrying Handle
- Large Built-in 5 inch Full-Range Speaker with Variable Independent Bass and Treble Controls
- Stereo Line Level Audio Input/Output
- AM IF output (F type jack) for future devices such as DRM or SSB decoders
- F Type antenna jack for external Short Wave or FM antenna.
- Terminals for MW external antenna and ground connections
- Power Source: 6 x D Batteries (not included) or Supplied DC 9V -ve tip Adaptor
- Size (approx) 12 x 7 x 3" Inches
- Weight (approx) 3lb. 4oz.
Please note that this eton product cannot be sold to Germany due to trade mark restrictions.