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Memorex AM/FM Portable Radio (Black)

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  • Stereo AM/FM radio
  • Dynamic bass system
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Metal clip to attach to your clothes or bag
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Product Description

Take your music wherever you go with this AM/FM Pocket Radio from Memorex. It has the crisp, clear sound of a radio twice its size but is small and light enough to fit comfortably and discreetly in your bag or pocket. A convenient metal clip attaches to your clothes or bag that keeps your radio secure when you’re on the go!

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Technical Details
Brand NameMemorex
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions1.2 x 3.2 x 5.9 inches
Item model numberMR4210BK
Batteries:1 AAAA batteries required.
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB007HD8QCM
Best Sellers Rank #8,229 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 5, 2012
  
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I regretted buying this.
Alice G.
Very small, easy to use, high quality sound (from good quality earphones).
Viper
The bass boost is awesome.
R. Solomon

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By LanthanumK on June 16, 2013
I purchased this radio at Walmart for about 9 dollars. It runs in a single AAA battery. Current draw is about 16 mA for AM and 24 mA for FM. With the best batteries, there should be at least 50 hours of listening time available on one battery for AM, which is excellent. The radio is very small and can fit in the palm of a hand. Although this makes the tuning dial much smaller, it has much better tuning than a larger low-quality radio like the Coby CX-CB12. I have a very strong AM station at 1170 kHz, and a weak AM station at 1190 kHz. Although the 1190 kHz signal is barely receptible, there is zero interference from the 1170 kHz station, which is excellent for such a small tuner. The small tuning dial makes tuning a very delicate operation, though. The sound quality is very good, especially for FM. The pocket clip is functional, and the earphones are high quality compared to other cheap radio earphones. I keep this radio in my Get Home Bag in my car due to its compact size. While a radio with a bigger tuning dial such as the Sony "transistor" radio is easier to use, this is the best mini-radio I have seen.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By JNieporte TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 4, 2013
I purchased this radio from WalMart for $9.88 plus tax. First off, the product dimensions listed are wrong. It's not 1.2 x 3.2 x 5.9 inches; it's 3-1/8" tall, 1-1/4" wide, and just under 3/8" thick. If you thought the Kaito KA200 was small, this is a little smaller. Also, the product information says one AAAA battery is required; it's one AAA battery.

The radio feels sturdy for a $10 radio. It's made of black plastic. The one AAA battery inserts in the back, and the door is attached to the radio with two plastic tabs so you don't lose it. I'm getting about 50 hours of use from one Rayovac alkaline. The left side of the radio is where you plug in your headphones, and it's a standard 3.5mm jack. Unlike some reviewers, I haven't had a problem with the jack being too tight. It does put sound out through both ear pieces.
The top of the radio has the power / band selector slider. It's just three positions; off, AM, FM. It clicks softly into each spot. Next to the band selector is the Volume dial. Nothing to really explain here; turn it to raise or lower the volume.

The back of the radio has the battery door, a short list of the frequencies available, and the belt clip. It's a simple metal clip, like what you'd find on a pen. It's nothing to write home about, but it is better than nothing at all. The right side of the radio has the Tuning dial. Again, it's nothing fancy. Turn it to select the station you want. I've found it to be smooth and easy to fine-tune. Under it is the DBS, which is just a slider switch to turn the bass boost on or off. I never use bass boost, but it's there and it does work.

The front of the radio has the display; a simple clear plastic piece over the analog bar.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jesse M.L. on August 30, 2013
First let me adress the sound quality. I live in the suburb and the quality is superior compared to other radios at this price(or even higher then this price... I got this at Wal-mart for 10USD).

2nd The size is fantastic. It is small about the size of a Papermate pink pig eraser.

3. Its not digital!!! Which if you used different portable radios over the years you learn digital is bad because everytime you change the battery you loose everything.

4th uses 1 AAA battery which is awsome.

Would I buy this again/ recommend it to someone? Absolutely.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DelBre on February 16, 2013
My main purpose was to used it in the office, all my stations come in clearly in AM & FM. The bass works really good,sounds like I'm listening to a regular desk radio, Great tiny radio and great price too!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Camp Cook on February 16, 2013
Good little radio here.....good am and fm reception (at least where i live...spicewood, texas). The bass boost works great....i wait until i get a channel tuned in good, then turn it on and it's like a boost in quality. The tuning dial is a little hard to turn, but that also means that it will not easily come off the channel while the radio is in your pocket! Super small size with big sound. Love this little radio alot, and will recommend to everyone. Headphone jack is really a tight fit, so it will not come unplugged on ya. Only thing this radio needs is an external speaker.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tom on April 3, 2013
Terrific tiny radio. The bass boost gives outstanding sound quality considering its $15 dollar price.
I like the "low tech" tuning and volume wheels as digital tuners never seem to give the best reception.
The earphones are usable but cheap...don't judge the sound quality until you plug in a good pair.
It is a good all-around unit for hiking, camping and emergency storage. For quality and low price I highly recommend it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Viper on July 3, 2012
Just purchased today. Seems excellant value. Antenia has much better reception than my big model. Can stick in pocket or clip. Very small, easy to use, high quality sound (from good quality earphones).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. D. Casey on December 26, 2012
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This product is MUCH smaller than I thought it to be. It's about the size of a flip phone. The headphones I was expecting to not be so great, and they're not. They're the terrible earbud style that don't fit into ANYone's ears. Overall, it works though....
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