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Sangean SR-35 AM/FM Analog Pocket Radio

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  • AM/FM Analog Band
  • Excellent Audio Sound & Reception
  • Rotary Dial Tuning
  • Dial Scale Display
  • Power Output: Speaker - 120mWEarphone - 5mW
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sangean
  • Model: SR-35
  • Item Height: 3.1 inches
  • Item Length: 1.3 inches
  • Item Weight: 0.03 pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 4.5 x 3.1 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004Z5Z3Q2
  • Item model number: SR-35
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,918 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 1, 2011

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Sangean
SR-35 FM / AM Hand-Held Receiver
  • Analog Tuning
  • AM / FM 2 Bands
  • Hand-Held Size
  • Excellent Sound and Reception
  • Built-In Speaker
  • Earphones Jack
  • Large Dial Scale with Smooth Tuning
Sangean

The Sangean SR-35 AM/FM Analog Radio is an attractively-styled, pocket-sized radio with simplicity and function in mind and it offers a combination of features for enjoyable AM/AM/Stereo listening. In true Sangean tradition, AM/FM reception is excellent providing clear and static free listening, and the dial precisely tunes your station selection displayed in a softly lighted analog display. It has excellent reception and audio for its size. A convenient neck strap is included.

Sangean SR-35
2.25" full-range speaker provides surprising clarity and crisp tones. View larger
Highly Portable

The SR-35 is a small PLL-synthesized AM/FM stereo radio that's small enough to hold in your hand, and powerful enough to pull in those distant AM/FM stations. It measures a mere 2.76 by 4.84 by 1.22 inches, and weighs only 5.9 ounces, making it portable enough to take anywhere.

Built-In Speaker

This radio features a built-in speaker for convenient headphone-free listening. The 2.25-inch, full-range speaker provides surprising clarity and crisp tones, whether you're catching up on the latest news or listening to your favorite music station.

With Phase Loop Lock Digital Tuning and Sangean's traditional radio sensitivity, built-in speaker and included earbuds, you will be able to enjoy your next day trip, your short trip to the beach, or other outing without missing your favorite AM/FM station if you have the SR-35 pocket radio.

Product Description

The Sangean SR-35 AM/FM Analog Radio is an attractively styled pocket sized radio with simplicity and function in mind and it offers a combination of features for enjoyable AM/AM/Stereo listening. In true Sangean tradition AM/FM reception is excellent providing clear and static free listening and the dial precisely tunes your station selection displayed in a softly lighted analog display. It has excellent reception and audio for its size. Neck strap included.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Good radio, sound great.
WT
Overall I put up this review because it seems like this radio is getting a bad rap.
S. Schera
Tuner is horrible, stations bleed all over the dial, very stiff tuning wheel.
Harvey

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Tim on August 21, 2011
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The Sangean SR-35 is - to my ears - by far the best sounding pocket radio. It's tone is fairly warm and well-rounded, and it can reach a surprisingly loud volume. This is just what one doesn't expect from a pocket radio, so this model stands out from the others.

It has a better tone than both the Sony ICF-S10Mk2 and the Panasonic RF-P50. All three share a very similar design, but the results differ. The Sony admittedly has the best reception, then the Sangean, and then the Panasonic. The Sangean offers the highest quality sound, then the Panasonic, and then the Sony.

Like the others, the SR-35 has only AM and FM bands. On the left side is a combination on/off volume thumbwheel. A small red unlit indicator reminds you that the radio is on. The antenna swivels out, extends 17 1/2", and rotates in all directions. At the bottom of the radio is a headphone/ear plug jack. A refreshing change here is that the output offers AM and FM mono to both sides. You don't get that annoying one-ear situation - as with so many inexpensive radios - that can eventually give you a limp if you listen for long enough.

On the right side is a tuning thumbwheel. A green indicator light helps you fine tune a frequency, although the tuning needle itself is not perfectly accurate. Below the wheel, a band switch changes between AM and FM.

On the back is the battery compartment with a lid that's easily removed and replaced. The radio runs on two AA batteries. And because this is not a digital radio with a clock that drains the juice day and night, battery life is long.

The SR-35 comes with an unattached string strap that is easily installed through a hole in the top of the unit.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Michael Yammerino on October 17, 2011
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I really wanted to like this radio, from reviews I read and the higher price it promised to be a step above my Sony pocket
radio. On the positive side it does have a pretty decent sounding speaker as other reviews have stated, but the tuner is where I have a problem - the tuner is strong as far as pulling in stations, but selectivity is so bad there are many stations I normally get on my Sony that I cant cleanly tune in with the Sangean because so many of the stations blend together and cant be singled out, so I can only pull in the strongest nearby stations and everything else is virtually untunable. Whats worse is I paid twice as much for this radio as my Sony that has much better selectivity. I suspect this may have something to do with how the internal adjustments were set up during the assembly process. Im sorry to say this radio is way over priced, maybe I just got a bad one but still pretty disgusted for what it cost. I think the potential is here for a great little radio, but in my case at least it was a real letdown after seeing the reviews.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Viorel G. Lupsa on August 27, 2012
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I bought the Sangean SR-35 on 3/5/12 from Amazon.

Until now I bought around 18-20 analog pocket radios over the years and the results were mixed, mostly bad. The pocket radios I found have tiny (high pitch) scratchy sound because of their little cheap speaker and cheap electronic parts and schematics. In 30 minutes you get tired of listening and you switch it off.

Over the years I owned Sony ICF-S10, Sony ICF-S10MK2, GE 7.2585A, Rhapsody, Bell&Howell (good little radio, $10, has short-waves too), Coby CX-CB12 a little bigger than a pocket with the most tiring sound of all, Kaito KA200, Panasonic RF-P50, Eton 100, Eton 300PE, Grundig G8, Innovage Outdoor and many others.

I liked "Bell & Howell" the most, $10 price, shortwave too, very easy on batteries and the best sound for a pocket radio until I found Sangean SR-35. The SR-35 changed everything by adopting great schematics, high quality electronic parts, fantastic speaker and great sensitivity to weak radio signals. Living in Seattle and surrounded by many powerful radio emitters, the SR-35 can handle them quite well without overloading.
The only station slightly overloading the SR-35 is KUOW 94.9 FM with 100Kw power, half a mile from my house. KUOW is so strong that you may lite a small flash bulb connected to a long wire ... (just kidding).

Why do I like then so much the Sangean SR-35 ?
I am always in a perpetual search for a great analog pocket radio. Searching the Amazon site I found the SR-35, read some encouraging reviews and decided to buy one for $17.41 (eligible for "Free Super Saving Shipping" when purchased together with other eligible items totaling over $25.00). The radio comes in a good shiny black color, very appealing.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Amoni on July 29, 2011
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This is my fourth Sangean radio, and it is a perfect work radio because of the sound quality at this size. I had the Sony ICF S10-MK2, but broke it when I was taking it apart to assess the possibility of upgrading the speaker. I purchased the Sony because the sound was not quite loud enough on my Sangean DT400W radio.

For a pocket radio, the sound quality is excellent, and the volume is loud enough if within ten feet or so. Reception is not an issue for the stations I most commonly listen to, but I did notice that it does not pick up two stations that I get on my Sangean PRD7 (which is my favorite radio, but is too nice to be on a jobsite).

Another advantage it has over the Sony is the antenna. The Sony's only swings in one direction and could easily break off. The Sangean has a bi-directional pivot and is much more securely attached.

The Sony was not bad for $10, but the sound was only okay and distorted easily when increasing volume. The Sangean is easily worth the extra money due to better, louder sound and overall better design/build.
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