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Sony SRF-M37V Walkman Digital Tuning Weather/FM/AM Stereo Radio (Black)

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  • Digital AM/FM/Weather stereo tuner
  • Direct weather and preset access buttons
  • 20-station preset memory
  • Digital LCD digital with clock and battery indicators
  • Headphones and belt clip included
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Product Specifications

Brand NameSony
Color NameBlack

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: YSRFM37W
  • Tuner Technology: Digital
  • Item Height: 6.63 inches
  • Item Length: 3.24 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 1.6 x 6.6 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00140DBRY
  • Item model number: YSRFM37W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (991 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #224 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 13, 2008

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Listen to the weather or your favorite radio stations in clear, stereo sound and enjoy 20 station presets with this Walkman digital tuning weather radio. Not only does the Sony SRF-M37W Walkman digital radio run for hours on just one "AAA" battery, it also features five handy Direct Key Preset Memory buttons that jump straight to your favorite stations no matter what frequency you're in. There's also a digital clock and battery life indicator plus Weather Band Tuning Function for the latest local forecasts. Headphones and a belt clip are included for your convenience.

Sony SRF-M37W Walkman
Hours of listening on a single AAA battery and included stereo headphones
Weather Band Tuning Function

Use the weather band tuning function to listen up-to-the-minute weather from your local weather band broadcasts.

1 AAA Battery Operation

The SRF-M37W provides hours of listening on a single AAA battery and helps to make the Walkman radio compact and inexpensive to use.

Included Accessories

Stereo headphones are provided to let you listen in private, and and included belt clip ensures quick attachment to a belt.

20 Station Preset Memory

The 20-station memory presets use electronic settings for easy one-button tuning for your choice of audio from 5 weather band, 10 FM and 5 AM stations.

Sony SRF-M37W Walkman
A Direct Tuning keypad allows you to electronically tune into any 5 stations you set
Digital Clock and Battery Indicator

A built-in indicator lets you keep track of the correct time and provides a visible indication of when battery power becomes low.

Direct Weather Button

Use the Direct Weather button to access your local weather forecast at the touch of a button.

5-Key Direct Tuning Preset Memory

A Direct Tuning keypad allows you to electronically tune into any 5 stations you set, even if in different frequency bands with the press of a single, easy-to-reach button.

FM Local/Distance (DX) Switch

The built-in DX switch provides optimal reception of both close and distant radio stations.

What’s in the box: Sony SRF-M37W Walkman Digital Tuning Weather Radio (Black), Belt Clip, Headphones and 90-Days Labor & 1-Year Parts Limited Warranty.

Technical Specifications

  • Antenna System: AM: Built-in Ferrite Bar Antenna; FM: Headphone Cord Antenna
  • Format(s) Supported: FM/AM Radio
  • Frequency Range: AM: 530-1710kHz; FM: 87.5-108MHz; Weather Band: Ch. 1-7
  • Station Presets: 20 (5 AM, 10 FM, 5 WB)
  • Tuner Type: Digital
  • Display: LCD
  • Battery Life: Up to 54 Hours
  • Output Power: 2.8 mW + 2.8 mW (at 10% harmonic distortion)
  • Power Requirements: 1 AAA Battery

Product Description

Sony Radio Walkman- Sony radio walkman- Perfect for an intense workout- 25 Memory preset tuning (5TV/5Weather/10FM/5AM)- LCD digital display with a clock- Local/distant (DX) switch provides optimal reception of both close and distant radio stations- Compl. On the web, there are coverage maps. http://www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/Maps/

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Love this unit for taking walks and listening to talk radio.
Louis
Reception in both FM and AM was excellent and the sound quality is very good.
Scala
The FM reception is weak and some stations allow bleed over.
easyjerry

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

467 of 478 people found the following review helpful By Ann E. Revelle on May 15, 2008
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Comments for prospective buyers:

1) PLL (Phase locked loop) digitally synthesized, am/fm/weatherband radio with very low noise, i.e., very good sensitivity as well as good selectivity (the ability to distinguish between adjacent frequency, interfering signals).

2) This radio can only be manually tunned by pressing the + (forward/up) or - (back/down) frequency tuning button. It will even advance semi-automatically if you hold the button down and you will hear the stations as the radio sweeps through the frequencies so you know how/where to locate stations (unlike Sangean pocket radios which mute during automatic scan and seek functions). Thus, there is no fully automatic, press and scan or even a seek function, but I have found this manual tuning capability totally adequate because of the simplicity of the five preset tuning buttons for each band (with 2 sets of five presets on the fm band). It is quite silly that Sony didn't take the time right now to also add 5 more presets on a second set of am bands just as they did on fm on the SRF-M37V for example which has 25 presets available and not 20 presets as on this newest model. This is especially because the am reception on this radio is quite exceptional in addition to all of its other very nice features.

3) It is as good as the Sangean pocket radios that I have recently tried as well (including the famous DT-200VX). It remains to be seen if the new (June 2008) Sangean DT-400W (with NOAA weather coverage and broadcast alerts) will compete with the Sony SFR-37W.

4) It has a one year limited warranty and clearly not just 90 days as listed on numerous websites, including Amazon.com.
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118 of 120 people found the following review helpful By RLA on June 10, 2008
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I bought this Walkman for mowing the lawn and have ended up using it all the time, riding my bike two miles to work, while putting around my shop,and mowing the yard. The reception is crisp and clear, and even here in "Radio Free Wyoming", I can pick up several F.M. stations and the weather band. It is like having a mini-stereo system.
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168 of 185 people found the following review helpful By Tj Pierce on August 27, 2008
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I'm a talk radio buff so AM reception is primary. Most of the things I could say about this radio have been covered already in the reviews here: strong, good AM reception (but not inside steel frame buildings and under fluorescent lights, of course), good FM reception, rugged build, good ergonomics and intuitive presets and tuning. Ann E. Revelle's review is particularly detailed and helpful.

Less discussed is the sound quality of the SRF-M37W, a primary consideration (along with reception) when I'm buying a radio. Here's my take: compared with two other pocket radios I have owned--the Sangean DT-110 AM/FM Digital Pocket Radio and the Sangean DT-180V AM/FM/TV Digital Pocket Radio--I would have to say the sound quality is a little less bright and immediate. It sounds as though Sony has filtered quite a bit, perhaps to lessen high-frequency static and hiss, or perhaps it is a function of the low-wattage power architecture.

At any rate, I like the brighter Sangean sound more, although I did not like the fact that the headphone jacks on both of my Sangeans went bad long before the end of their overall life (the little DT-180V only lasted about a year), particularly since they cost a lot more than the Sony. I ended up with two speakerless radios that are unusable. Hence I decided on a brand change and bought the SRF-M37W.

Anyway, after about a year, I decided to go back to the little Sangean DT-120CL (the clear plastic one). I missed its bright sound and it fits in my jeans pocket, which is not doable with the Sony. I'm happy.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Karl J. Zuk on September 3, 2009
The Sony SRF-M37V is a palm-sized Walkman type radio that requires headphones. It uses one AAA battery providing reasonable battery life. It is quite superior for AM listening and has become a favorite with hobby DXers. If you are trying to hear a distant talk show, this radio is a great choice. The FM section is average in both selectivity and sensitivity. Your headphone cord doubles as its FM antenna. You'll hear local stations but don't expect miracles. Weather band reception was an afterthought. Sony's engineers did not add narrowband circuitry appropriate for receiving weather band stations. By using the same broadband circuitry used for broadcast FM, you'll hear nearly all seven weather frequencies at once regardless of which channel you have chosen. Unless you are fairly close to a weather band transmitter, do not expect to hear anything on this band. The radio does include a time-of-day clock, but it can only be read when the unit is off. Finally, all the pushbuttons on the unit are quite sensitive and can be accidentally pressed especially the power on/off button. Learn to use the button lock-out switch on the top of the set. It will cure your aggravation. Instead of the SRF-M37V, I would highly recommend the very basic Sony SRF-59 all-analog Walkman radio. It's half the price, works just as well on AM and sounds better. The only thing you will lose is the convenient pushbutton presets offered on the SRF-M37V. Either way, you can't go wrong. Both Sony models are good values.
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