PLL Digital FM-Stereo/ AM/ LW/ Shortwave Dual Conversion World Multi-Bands Radio Receiver
TECSUN PL-450 is a dual conversion high sensitivity world band stereo synthesized receiver. This receiver can store up to 600 radio channels, and with very good sensitivity on all bands. The sound quality is good and loud. Yet at affordable price.
l FM Stereo / MW / SW / LW
l Both MW / SW brand using Dual Conversion Technology to achieve higher quality reception
l Auto Scanning, Manual Scanning and Direct input Frequency
l Auto Tuning Storage (ATS) Function
l FM Fine Tuning
l 600 Station Memories (100 for ATS, 500 can be self-customized)
l Treble / Bass Tone Control Selection
l MW Wide / Narrow Bandwidth Selection
l Fast / Slow Tuning Selection
l Sleep Timer Function
l Alarm Clock with 12/24 hour setting format
l LCD with Frequency, Clock, Battery level & Reception strength display
l Orange background light on LCD
l DX / Normal / Local antenna gain selection allows you to minimized the background noise of the broadcasting
l Reset Function
l Built in intelligent rechargeable function saving your time on paying attention on batteries capacity and also saving your money on further purchasing batteries or charger.
l FM & SW external antenna jack
Power Sources: UM3 x 4, (AA) Size Batteries or 6V DC Adaptor
Unit Size: 141 x 87 x 28 mm
Net Weight: Approx. 290g (without battery)
Accessories: External Antenna, Stereo Earphones, Rechargeable Batteries, 220V Rechargeable Adaptor & Carrying Case
l FM : 76.0 - 108.0 MHz
l AM : 520 - 1710 KHz (9K/10K tuning step selectable)
l SW : 1711 - 29999 KHz (meter band selectable)
l LW : 100 – 519 KHz
l SNR Sensitivity: FM < 3µV, MW < 1mV/m, SW < 20µV, LW < 1.2mV/m
l AM Signal Selectivity: 28dB @ +/-5KHz, and 45dB @ +/- 7KHzTECSUN PL-450 is a dual conversion high sensitivity world band stereo synthesized receiver. This receiver can store up to 600 radio channels, and with very good sensitivity on all bands. The sound quality is good and loud. Yet at affordable price.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 05 August, 2013.