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Sangean DT-120 AM/FM Stereo PLL Synthesized Pocket Receiver

by Sangean
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  • For Appliances & Power Tools Requiring Up
  • Pll Synthesized Digital Tuning With15 Presets
  • Auto Tuning System (Ats), Auto Search Function
  • Stereo/Mono Switch ,Stereo Headphone Jack
  • 90-Minute Auto Shutoff ,Deep Bass Boost (Dbb)
  • PLL Synthesized Digital Tuning
  • Auto Tuning System (ATS)
  • 90 Minute Auto Shutoff

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Sangean DT-120 AM/FM Stereo PLL Synthesized Pocket Receiver + JLab JBuds Hi-Fi Noise-Reducing Ear Buds (White)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sangean
  • Model: dt-120-white
  • Power Source Type: DC
  • Item Height: 3.5 inches
  • Item Length: 0.5 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 1.5 x 3.5 inches ; 2.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000G6M916
  • Item model number: dt-120-white
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (336 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,584 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 6, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

15 PRESETS (5 AM/10 FM) AUTO SEARCH & BATTERY INDICATORPLL SYNTHESIZED DIGITAL TUNING WITH 15 PRESETSAUTO TUNING SYSTEM (ATS) AUTO SEARCH FUNCTION;STEREO/MONO SWITCH & STEREO HEADPHONE JACK90-MIN AUTO SHUTOFF & DEEP BASS BOOSTBUTTON LOCK SWITCHINCLUDES EARBUDSREQUIRES 1 AAA BATTERYWHITEUPC : 729288049227Shipping Dimensions : 10.75in X 7.25in X 2.00inEstimated Shipping Weight : 0.939

From the Manufacturer

Underneath the beautiful white case, the DT-120 AM/FM Compact Pocket Radio is a radio compact in size but offering amazing sensitivity and selectivity with PLL Digital Tuning that will easily tune in and program all of your favorite stations. The DT-120 features 15 preset stations (10 FM, 5 AM), auto search, battery indicator and turns off automatically after 90 minutes to conserve battery life.

Sangean
DT-120 FM-Stereo / AM PLL Synthesized Pocket Receiver
  • Direct Recall 15 Memory Preset Stations (10 FM, 5 AM)
  • DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost)
  • Selectable Stereo / Mono Switch
  • 90 Minute Auto Shut Off
  • Lock Switch
  • Battery Power Indicator
  • Auto Seek Station
Sangean
Pocket-Sized

The DT-120 is a small PLL-synthesized AM/FM stereo radio that's small enough to fit in a shirt or jacket pocket, and powerful enough to pull in those distant AM/FM stations. It measures a mere 2 by 3.7 by 0.7 inches, and weighs only 2 ounces, making it portable enough to take anywhere.

Sangean DT-120
A radio compact in size but offering amazing sensitivity and selectivity with PLL Digital Tuning
Big Features

You get 15 memory presets (and auto scan) to help you zip right to preferred stations. The radio comes with stereo earbuds. DBB (Deep Bass Boost) enhances the sonic low end, while a stereo-mono switch improves reception when needed.

With Phase Loop Lock Digital Tuning and Sangean's traditional radio sensitivity, plus included earbuds, you will be able to enjoy your morning jog, your short trip to the beach, or other outing without missing your favorite AM/FM station if you have the DT-120 pocket radio.

Battery Powered with Auto Shut-Off

The Sangean DT-120 runs on two AAA batteries (not included). A low-battery indicator on the LCD display offers a helpful hint on when it's wise to carry replacements. 90-minute auto shut-off lets you fall asleep to the radio without fear of waking up to dead batteries.

Customer Reviews

And the reception is great and the sound quality is very good.
J. Stjernstrom
I was looking for a small am radio that fits in my shirt pocket so I can wear at work and listen to talk radio.
Mike Martinez
I decided to buy a replacement and ordered the Sangean DT120 since I had such good luck with Sangean products.
Bird Legs

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

317 of 321 people found the following review helpful By Dean The Mailman on November 21, 2009
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I am a letter carrier for the post-office and my pocket radio was my constant companion. In this age of MP3 players and
I-pods, it would seem that the AM /FM pocket radio had become extinct. No electronics store, even in New York City could offer a reasonable replacement for my worn out AIWA CR-LD100. I thought my radio days on the route were over. In desperation I searched the web and came upon the SANGEAN DT-120. If you are looking for a pocket sized, lite-weight radio that offers outstanding reception when you are on the move, then this is it. Only slightly bigger than the AIWA but not bulky at all. The reception is outstanding and there is plenty of volumn. With 5 preset buttons for 2 FM bands and 1 AM, you get 15 presets. The controls are not complicated at all. The on/off button is at the top, on the edge, and the volume toggle is directly below it(maybe a little too close to the on/off). On the front face, 4 buttons control the band selector, x-tra bass, and manual tuning. The digital display is plenty big and highly visible. Across the top edge are the TINY and close set, preset buttons. You can easily cover two of them with one finger tip, so you need a light touch. Its the only feature that is problematic for me, but in no way is it a deal breaker. The AM receiver is quite sensitive and easily pulls in distant stations, especially at night. Which is perfect if you like to search for sporting events from local stations in far away cities. The FM stereo is superb, loud ,clear, with lots of seperation. The sound quality of the ear buds is excellent, but because I walk all day I needed to replace them with the type that hook around my ears. I use this radio all day sometimes 10 hours a day, and the battery lasts about a week and a half. I never thought I would find a radio as good as my AIWA, but the Sangean DT-120 does the job for me.
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90 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Esaias Greeff on February 15, 2007
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This is a delightful little radio. It has excellent FM and AM reception. It even rivals my Denon receiver at home for pulling in some of the weaker stations. The controls are intuitive and easy to use and the radio is also surprisingly light. Battery life is also great.

Overall one off the best purchases I've made this year. I'm very impressed.
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86 of 91 people found the following review helpful By S. Chowning on September 4, 2007
I have had this unit for a couple of months. So far I am very pleased with its performance.

I bought this unit because of all the positive reviews for the tuner. And this unit does not dissapoint in this regard. A local sports team has a low power radio broadcast within their arena. A cheap $10 radio could barely get the station, much less provide a listenable broadcast. The Sangean pulls the broadcast in perfectly. The Sangean even outperforms the factory radio in my Toyota Tacoma. The digital tuner and readout is a huge upgrade from the cheaper radios with their analog tuners.
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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Floyd Goodrich on August 12, 2009
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This thing is smaller than a deck of cards but really delivers. I am pulling in a AM station clearly that two big boom box type radios I own will not, and one's a Sony the other an Emerson. You turn this radio on in two different modes. If you just press and release the on/off button, it will turn itself off in ninety minutes. If you turn it on by holding in the on button for a couple of seconds it will stay on indefinitely. It has three band settings, AM FM1 and FM2 and they all have five presets easily set so you can program a total of fifteen presets. Searching for stations is easy, you can click the up or down buttons or hold them down to scan for a station. You add them to a preset button by just holding down the preset button for a couple of seconds until you hear a beep. It has a stereo/mono switch for ear bud listening and a rocker switch for raising or lowering the volume. It has a DBB (Bass) button that really works. Lastly it has a lock switch so that absolutely nothing can be changed (station/volume etc.) accidentally. Runs on one AAA battery. When turned on all settings are clearly shown on the LCD screen. I use a pair of Skull Candy ear buds and the sound quality is very good, i don't like the large button ear buds that are typically included with sound equipment. I'm happy as a clam with mine and it will be in my pocket most of the time.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Bird Legs on January 28, 2011
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I bought this radio to replace a 4 year old Sangean DT-200vx. The DT-200vx was excellent in every way, but unfortunately I dropped it in a bucket of strong ammonia based disinfectant where it remained totally submerged for 45 minutes. I pulled it out and ran it under a cold water faucet for 30 seconds to rinse out the disinfectant. I figured that radio was a goner and set it aside to dry. I decided to buy a replacement and ordered the Sangean DT120 since I had such good luck with Sangean products. In the meantime my DT-200 dried out and, to my surprise, it actually worked after I put batteries in it. I couldn't believe it. I must have dropped the DT-200 at least 6 times on hard floors, and it was submerged for 45 minutes in disinfectant, and it still worked! Now I had 2 working Sangean pocket radios, the DT-200 and the DT120, so I decided to compare the two. I put the 2 radios in one hand and walked around my house for 45 minutes changing the earbud jack back and forth to see if there were any differences. In terms of reception the 2 radios are very similar, which is to say the performance of the DT-120 is excellent. Strangely enough, the DT-120 has much better bass response though. I tested the radios with the Yuin PK3 earbuds from my I-Pod. The Yuins alone cost almost as much as the DT-120, but they are a great pair of earbuds. I will be using the DT-120 as my main radio now, with the old DT-200 as backup.
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