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Grundig Mini GM400 Super Compact AM/FM Shortwave Radio with Digital Display - Black (NGM400B)

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  • AM/FM-stereo and shortwave bands
  • Analog tuner, with digital display
  • Digital display shows frequency, time, and alarm activation
  • Clock and alarm function
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Technical Details

Color: Black
  • DC in Jack
  • Alarm Clock

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 2.8 x 4.3 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001QTXKFG
  • Item model number: NGM400B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (167 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,285 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2009

Product Description

Color: Black

From the Manufacturer

M400

Grundig Super Compact AM/FM Shortwave Radio with Digital Display M400

A powerful shortwave radio with awesome features!

Super compact and light weight, the Mini 400 features AM/FM and shortwave radio frequencies. The analog tuner and easy-to-read digital display completes the simplicity of enjoying shortwave listening. Extend the telescopic antenna for better FM and SW reception and plug in a pair of headphones (included) to get a personal experience. It even has a clock and alarm function.

It's portable and versatile

The Mini 400 is a super compact radio that is perfect for all your adventures. Small enough to slip into a shirt pocket or backpack you can take it on your world travels or your daily hike. It keeps you informed and entertained with Shortwave as well as AM/FM and includes a sleep timer with alarm so you can wake to your favorite radio station. Digital display shows frequency, time and alarm activation. It even includes a telescopic antenna for FM and SW reception.

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Anywhere is your playground with the MINI 400

It has an internal ferrite bar antenna for crisp and clear AM reception, anytime, anywhere. It has dual power sources: 2 AAA batteries (not included) and included DC input (5V). So the MINI 400 is the perfect companion for wild adventures or simple use at home.

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Features:
  • AM/FM-stereo and shortwave bands
  • Analog tuner, with digital display
  • Digital display shows frequency, time, and alarm activation
  • Clock and alarm function
  • 3.5 mm headphone output
  • Telescopic antenna for FM and SW reception
  • Internal ferrite bar antenna for AM reception
  • Power source: 2 AAA batteries (not included)
  • DC input (5V)
  • Includes: owner's manual, warranty card, carrying case, earphones
M400

Product Description

The ETON Mini GM400 Super Compact AM/FM shortwave radio features AM/FM-stereo and shortwave bands and an analog tuner with digital display. The digital display shows frequency, time, and alarm activation.Clock and alarm functions are also included. It runs on two AAA batteries (not included). Other features include: 3.5 mm headphone output; telescopic antenna for FM and SW reception; internal ferrite bar antenna for AM reception; DC input (5V). Includes: owner’s manual, warranty card, carrying case, and earphones. Dimensions: 2.75 inches x 4.3 inches x .472 inches.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

(I prefer analog tuned radios.
Heinz Hammerling
So if you put the radio into the belt case you WILL affect the tuning and volume.
Pup Tentacle
For a small radio the sound and reception are excellent .
Linda C Seltman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

145 of 152 people found the following review helpful By VS on May 30, 2009
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I just received my M400 and these are my first impressions. The radio is very slim and just a bit wider than previous Grundig models (100 and 300), which makes it a perfect pocket companion.

Pros:
- great SW reception (on par with Grundig G1000, for instance)
- good AM reception/selectivity (strong stations don't bleed too much into the adjacent frequencies)
- solid feel. non-slippery plastic body

Cons:
- some mirror images from powerful FM stations on SW (not a huge problem, though)
- FM is quirky - without the extended antenna only the most powerful stations are heard, but if you extend antenna for just one inch, they overload the receiver so I couldn't listen to some of the weaker stations in my area (like 90.3 or 91.1).
- touching the unit below the LCD panel changes the tuning by a couple of kHz, so I learned to hold it a little lower to prevent a station drift.

Overall, not a bad buy for $30.

UPDATE (after 1 week): I essentially gave up on the FM band in this radio - it's practically useless as it fares much worse that any other radio I have. There's no way for me to change the initial 4-star rating but I'd give it 3 stars based on this fact
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89 of 94 people found the following review helpful By C. Miracle on June 13, 2009
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
ONE STAR RATING!!! I've used this radio for a while now. Please buy something else. It drives me crazy. the drifting is getting worse and I have to retune the radio every 15 minutes or so. Buy the Sangean or a Kaito KA11. I did and now this radio is in a drawer. I will give it away at some point.

I bought this to carry to baseball games and it sure fits in a pocket well. The little speaker does a nice job, talk radio is tolerable and a ball game sounds OK as long as you are in a quiet place while listening. It's not great but for this size radio it's very acceptable. FM reception seems very good, AM is spotty at best, and SW I don't know enough about to inform so I'm not saying a word. A bass boost would have been a great option as well as a lock for the tuning (more on that in a moment).Now that I have said the most positive things I can about this radios lets move on to it's shortcomings.

The volume control is unguarded so when you drop this into your pocket or the supplied carrying case the volume goes to 11 and you either jump like an idiot or your ears are bleeding. Seriously the volume control is very easily rotated so it goes to zero while removing it from the case and all the way up while inserting back into the case.

This radio drifts, and I mean alot. You can tune in a strong AM station and just watch the digital tuning go up or down. Also as another reviewer wrote, if you hold it in the wrong place this will definately move your tuning point.

I wouldn't recommend this radio to a friend. It has a few good points, but the negatives really hold this radio back. I've thought about returning it but by the time I pay to ship it back to Amazon, it just isn't worth it. Sangean makes a good AM/FM pocket radio with a speaker....
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Heinz Hammerling on June 12, 2009
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Update July 2014.
I read somewhere the next edition (end of July 20140) of the Grundig/ Eton 400 will be a DSP radio.
I bought the old one while it is still available. (I prefer analog tuned radios. Reason, you do not easily skip over stations, not even realizing you missed them. DSP radios should ONLY be available with ETM. If you have played with a Kaito KA321, you know what I mean.)

GRUNDIG M400 //SW-bands: There has been a design change to the SW-bands selection. The radio now has 7 SW bands (!!). Activated by pressing the "hour" and the "minute" buttons. In my comparison with the TECSUN PL-380 both readios are now about equal. The Grundig being very small, thin, light, with low battery consumption will now be my travel radio of choice. And the price of $18.- should make the buying decision very easy.

Also, another design change the "LOCK" button will now lock the ALARM switch. Good!

Third design change: AM now "good".
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Richard3530 on June 17, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is a nice looking unit. However, I was unable to turn the radio "on" after just 3 weeks of very light use. I tried replacing batteries with several different brands but no luck.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By August on August 9, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I have owned several Grundig radios in the past and have always been satisfied. Unfortunately, I find that this model does not live up to the previously highly regarded name of Grundig.
The general quality of the radio's presentation is excellent, as is the design of its exterior. It is my opinion, however, that the quality of the electronics is terrible. I believe that Eton have (re-)designed the radio's electronics; my guess (as a layman) is that the design may be ok, but that the quality of the electronic components is sub-standard. Truthfully, I cannot even receive one of the strongest local fm radio stations. The shortwave reception is practically useless.
I regret that I have bought two of these radios as presents and I am embarrassed before my friend to whom I have given one of them. The other radio I haven't even unpacked. I realize that the radios are low cost, but counting on the name of Grundig, I did expect them to work properly.
I cannot recommend this model to anyone.
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