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Eton Grundig Satellit 750 Ultimate AM/FM Stereo also Receives Shortwave, Longwave and Aircraft Bands - Black (NGSAT750B)

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  • Auto Tuning Storage (ATS) for AM, FM and Shortwave bands
  • Able to store 1000 stations, each band has 200 memory locations
  • Dual alarm clock function to set two different alarm times
  • The ultimate in radio receivers: provides access to AM, FM, Aircraft, Longwave (117- 137 MHz) and Shortwave (1711-30000 KHz) bands
  • Ability to Set 9/10 KHz AM tuning and FM tuning range
  • Receives Single-Side Band (SSB)
  • 360 degree rotating AM antenna provides optimal signal reception
  • Key-in frequency and tune stations via Auto, Manual or Direct options
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Product Specifications

Brand NameEton
Color NameBlack
Item Display Height8.4 inches

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Eton
  • Model Number: NGSAT750B
  • Power Source Type: DC
  • Item Height: 7.24 inches
  • Item Length: 5.75 inches
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Product Description

Product Description

The Grundig Satellit 750 is a radio packed with listening options. Tune in to AM, FM, shortwave, longwave, SSB and aircraft band frequencies, and program in 100 of your preferred channels for each band. The 360-degree rotating AM antenna pulls in weak signals, while DSP technology enhances tuning sensitivity and filters out interference. The LCD display also offers a clock and two alarm timers.

From the Manufacturer

Grundig SATELLIT750 AM/FM Shortwave Radio

The Grundig SATELLIT750 AM/FM Shortwave Radio gives you total functionality and shortwave capability in a sleek and classic radio design! This top of the line radio gives you bold and full sound even from weak AM frequencies with the rotating antenna that is able to pick up weaker AM signals. You can enjoy listening to AM, FM, shortwave, longwave, SSB and aircraft band frequencies. Plus you can program up to 100 station memories for each band! It also features a dual alarm clock function and line in and line out sockets for compatible use between devices!

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Clear sound from hundreds of stations!

The SATELLIT750 is designed with a 360 degree rotating antenna that picks up weaker AM signals so that you can enjoy listening to the clearest sounding stations that would otherwise be too far out of range. Enjoy the largest selection of frequencies with AM, FM, shortwave, longwave, aircraft band, and single side band.

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1000-Station memory bank

This high quality radio features auto/manual/direct frequency key-in and station memory tuning. It also has an auto tuning storage function for FM, AM, and shortwave. The SATELLIT750 can store up to 100 memories for each band so you have fast access to all of your favorite stations!

Dual alarm clock function

With the dual alarm clock function you can set multiple alarms. Start your morning off right with your favorite music, talk show, or news!

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Compatible with your portable devices

Not only can you listen to hundreds of your favorite radio stations from the SATELLIT750, but you can also connect your MP3 player to listen to your own music and media through the speakers with the line in socket. There is also a line out socket so that radio broadcasting can be transferred to other devices!

Features:
  • AM, FM, Aircraft Band (117-137 MHz) and Shortwave (1711-30000 KHz)
  • Single Side Band (SSB)
  • Auto/Manual/Direct frequency key-in and station memory tuning
  • Auto Tuning Storage function (ATS) for FM/AM
  • 1000 station memories (each band 100 memories, 500 customizable)
  • Dual alarm clock function

Product Details

User Manual [686kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 14.6 x 7.2 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0014T7W8Y
  • Item model number: NGSAT750B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (293 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,154 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 24, 2008

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Customer Reviews

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235 of 241 people found the following review helpful By JBI on June 16, 2009
I've been playing with my new Grundig Satellit 750 for several weeks and believe that I am now ready to give it an honest review after making performance comparisons with my other receivers, namely, the Panason RF-2200, the Sony ICF-6500W, the Sony ICF-2001D, and the GE Superadio III.

Build Quality:
I removed the back of the Grundig 750 and was amazed to find a very well layed out design. Looking from the rear, the speaker, with its huge magnet, was sitting there all alone with plenty of room for reverb. For a portable radio of this size, an impressive looking audio amp was the only component sharing this compartment. To the left of the speaker was a large printed wire board (PWB) that was mounted to what appeared to be a box in a box (with the radio chassis being the main box and the inside box framing everything on the front panel except the speaker). The PWB had its wire side facing to the rear of the radio and was essentially the cover of the box I mentioned, so I was not able to observe the number of components inside the radio or on the PWB. This main PWB had two large metal shields soldered to the wire side of the PWB, obviously to eliminate spurs. I removed about 8 screws from this main PWB in an attempt to remove it to view the rest of this beauty but decided not to go any further because there were numerous hard mounted plugs around the edges of the board and I did not want to risk breaking anything. So I stopped the disassembly process. I'll just say this. It was obvious from the design that this is a modern, clean, computer generated design.
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289 of 305 people found the following review helpful By Robert Lonn on February 22, 2009
I finally took the plunge and had to find out for myself about this nice looking radio. People complained about SSB reception and the Filters. I was glad I made the decision to purchase this radio as my radio has none of these issues with a serial number in the 1400's! A QSO was going on this morning on 3872.00. I turned on my Yaesu HF rig to verify the this was exactly 3872.00 LSB. To start the comparison against several other radios, I placed the ETON E-1 on 3872.00 and hit LSB and bingo, audio was fine as you would expect it to be. Time for the Sony ICF-2010. Same results, first I hit the USB and audio was weak but audible, hit the correct LSB setting and audio was loud and clear.

OK, now onto the Satellit 750. Placed the radio on 3872, hit USB, BFO set at 1 o'clock position, Normal, and audio was weak but audible, hit LSB and audio was strong and clear. The 750 acted exactly the same as the Sony did .....

This tells me that the 750 has absolutely no issues with SSB reception...

Naturally the operating instructions are not clear on the 1 o'clock position for SSB control. It came from the factory set at 1 o'clock. My Collins 75A-4 has a 1 o'clock position for LSB and a 11 o'clock position for USB, the 750 acts the same way... Since the 750 tunes in 1 KHz steps, you will need to tune the SSB knob at times, but the USB and LSB bandpass circuitry is fine. Yes they should have made the radio tune in 100Hz steps when SSB is on, but that is not the case. The E-1 does tune in 10 Hz steps so it does not need this. The Sony tunes in 100 Hz steps so you can get SSB Close but not exact.. For that reason the 750 is better than the ICF-2010... I used the narrow filter for these test.

OK, now to the issue of the wide filter...
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137 of 148 people found the following review helpful By Ann E. Revelle on March 11, 2009
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Grundig definitely has a winner with with the Satellit 750 radio! I am extremely impressed right out of the box with how well it performs on its own attached whip telescopic antenna and its rotatble ferrite rod antenna even for quite weak signals with both very good sensitivity as well as selectivity on ALL bands. The current price of about $ 220 on Amazon (including FREE shipping) is a fantastic value and should be a great bargain for many avid radio listeners.

PROS:

1) A double conversion, PLL (Phase-locked loop), fully digital portable radio that that comes with a AC/DC power adaptor and a readable, but too brief manual.

2) Excellent weak signal reception on ALL bands (AM/FM/SW/LW/Airband) using four separate band selector switches. It really performs very well! The LW band is simply selected by double clicking on the AM band control switch.

3) It has very useful bass and treble tone dials with fm stereo through earphones (NOT supplied) as well as a continuously variable RF gain knob as well as a continuously variable Squelch control (for the airband).

4) A separate backlight control that nicely illuminates the display as well as two alarms for wake-up/snooze,etc.

5) A dedicated wide/narrow bandwidth control switch and a SSB (single-sideband) switch whose functions are controlled for the USB (upper side-band) and LSB (Lower side-band) choices by as separate BFO (Beat frequency oscillator) control dial. On my unit this system is very stable and works extremely well. If you change bands and come back to SW however you will have to reset up the USB/LSB and SSB choice to get back to your previous SSB selection however.
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