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Good sound quality
Easy to use
Good AM/FM Reception - SW needs an additional antenna
The only negative things about this receiver are the instruction manual cover the and SW reception. The manual is written in "Chinglish" as I call it, the Chinese translation of English and the corresponding instructions do not correspond with the Model V115. Go to YouTube and research reviews and see how to program channels using the auto search function; you can delete stations you do not want or aren't strong enough. SW is useless unless you get an additional clip on antenna as per the video instructions. Amazon has them for $15. Mine came with a smashed USB charging cable and th seller promptly reimbursed me for a replacement. Get a nice set of in ear earbuds because none were included which is fine, it has a standard earphone plug, 3.5 mm. The bass port in the back is a plus. For a little radio, the sound on AM/FM kicks butt! I'm very pleased.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: retekess
I’ll give it to you straight and unbiased.
The little radio is small compact and does give you a good variety of formats to listen in on. It is a FM/Am/SW/MP3 player that has record options for recording your voice and recording radio stations. The outer casing seems tough and I assume tough enough to withstand drop on the floor by accident and still be a viable unit. Although I wouldn’t try it from any substantial heights. The buttons on it are plastic, and I haven’t had real good luck with this type of button. Usually oils from your hands can deteriorate the plastic over time and they become brittle crack and break off.. Hence most companies have gone to rubber coated buttons that don’t do this. I live in a rural area and it’s tough to get radio stations, I have a couple radios in my house that get better reception than this little radio. When I do get a station with it, it’s usually a strong station to begin with. I’m sure in a city the reception would be more than fine. The Short wave radio has a scan as well to find used channels in a sea of many frequencies which I find very helpful. You chose the band you want and scan the frequencies. Just as with the AM/FM stations you can set them to favorites. I occasionally enjoy listening to liberty talk radio on it. I found the instructions as that of many Chinese goods lacking. Their idea of instructions is to tell you what the buttons do but not actually what to do with them. No full explanation of how they work. After twenty minutes trial and error I figured out how to get the channels to stay put once you hit seek buttons. One thing I do like about the radio is it takes micro SD cards, can be used as a card reader for your computer or to store your music library and recordings. I have over 700 songs on a 32 GB card I put in it. The radio is powered by a 3.7mah battery pack that is replaceable. It charges up within a couple hours with the joint USB, charging and download cable. Nice little design there. The battery life I haven’t been able to see yet, but I’ll tell you I’ve played my music already for 4 hours and it still has two bars of four battery life. As for sound. I was amazed, this little 12.00 radio is loud and relatively clear. Thanks to two speakers. It has a 2” main speaker that handles high end and mid tones in front and a bonus oval 2x1” bass speaker in the rear. Your turn the little radio up to ten and it will vibrate itself off the shelf. When on 1/2 to 3/4 volume there is little distortion, of course on full you will get some as with most inexpensive radios or electronics. I gave the little radio a three star rating, because of the reception, instructions and plastic buttons. The buttons should be upgraded. For 12.00 it’s not a bad buy, it works and does the things that it says it will do. Just understanding how can be a bit daunting. It has a ear phone jack and a external AUX jack to connect other media players to it. All in all it isn’t the worst 12.00 I’ve spent. I mainly bought it as a pack radio for my bug out bag. This has been a Bonedaddy review. 3 + stars rating
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: retevis
Great little radio with mp3 player.
Excellent little radio that fits in your shirt pocket with great am/fm performance, adequate on sw. Where this guy shines is as an mp3 player with great sound - it's no boombox but loud enough. Battery lasts a decent amount of time and charges with usb cable - several hours - just buy an extra w/charger. Once you get used to it you will like the tuning. You can scroll through your radio memories and songs with the arrow buttons or punch in the corresponding number. This is very useful for mp3's - if you've got 1000's of songs simply type in the corresponding number - 50, 100, 500, etc., and it takes you to that song. I wish I had loaded my music onto the card in a particular order, but that's fine since it's so easy to jump around. You can also select folders, etc. And the sound is more than adequate for the size. Highly recommend just for the mp3 capability.
Verified purchase: No
"A MARVELOUS INVENTION FULFILLING ALL ITS PROMISES"
LOVE THIS RADIO AS IT DOES ALL THE THINGS I USE....JUST FOR THOSE WHO ARE FIRST USING ITS VARIOUS FEATURES...BE PATIENT...WHEN MOVING FROM ONE FUNCTION TO THE NEXT YOU WILL NEED TO PAUSE WHEN YOU PRESS THE BUTTONS TO LET THE FUNCTIONS SWITCH -- AND TAKE YOUR TIME READING THE INSTRUCTIONS...THEY ARE ACCURATE....THE ONE THING THEY LEAVE OUT IS THAT YOU WILL HAVE TO BE AWARE (TIL YOU GET THE HANG OF IT) OF WHEN YOU NEED TO PAUSE GIVING THE FUNCTION TIME TO RESPOND BEFORE GOING ON TO THE NEXT FUNCTION...GOOD LUCK -- ITS A MARVELOUS RADIO +.!!!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: retekessflagstore
E.D.C READY. FOR THAT TRIP. AND HOME THANKS
First off the size is just right for my E.D.C. BAG. THEN RECHARGE is easy. As the phone, and the radio. Share the same charger. This also lets me use a folding "solar" pannel to charge radio. As for the record feature. A 8 gig tf chip serves. At a moderate price. Also found battries. Once again at decent cost. This radio is a winner all around. Tks for good radio.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: svbony