Tecsun PL390 DSP Digital AM/FM/LW Shortwave Radio with Dual Speakers, Black
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- PLL Synthesized AM/FM/LW/SW Radio with DSP (Digital Signal Processing) Technology
- Dual 2.5" Speakers prvoide FM broadcasting in stereo
- Patented ETM Tuning (Easy Tuning Mode) plus 550 memories
- 12/24 Alarm clock with C/F thermometer + Sleep timer + Built-in battery charger
- Earphone jack for private listening & Line-in for MP3 Players
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|Dimensions||3.5 inches x 7.32 inches x 1.14 inches||3.39 inches x 5.31 inches x 1.02 inches||3.5 inches x 7.32 inches x 1.14 inches||1.1 inches x 7.3 inches x 3.5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.69 pounds||0.44 pounds||0.69 pounds||0.69 pounds|
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Combining dual 2.5-inch speakers with DSP (Digital Sound Processing), the PL-390 offers you excellent listing experience with outstanding clarity & high tone quality. The PL-390 also has an line-in jack where you can plug in your MP3 player and use the radio as a portable speaker.
Accessories include stereo earphones, external shortwave antenna, audio cable, carrying pouch, user manual in English & warranty registration card. Kaito , as the exclusive authorized distributor of Tecsun Radio in Northern America, we offer service from Los Angeles, warranty from USA. Any questions, please call us.
Top Customer Reviews
First of all my location is in northeastern NC. There are lots of FM stations within a 100 mile radius of my residence. Some of these stations are local, but not in my backyard so to speak, so there is no interference with a strong versus weak station. I am amazed at the stations this radio receives. In scan mode it seems to stop every second or so with a station I have never heard of before. I mean the dial (sic) is full of FM. Listening through headphones is fantastic....great sound even from $10.00 cheapos.
The AM is fantastic as well with lots of stations. Only low power AM stations here, so no interference with tuning across the dial. There are several filters on the AM from which to choose. Select the one that offers the best balance between noise and voice. I ultimately chose filter 3, which for me, offers the best balance. Rotate the radio to null out the signal for best reception.
The manual is well written, but with so many features, keep it handy to reference functions that you only occasionally use. Playing around with the different buttons is very helpful to learn their function. I like simple stuff, so anything over an on-off switch, tuning and volume controls are sometimes challenging. The learning curve on this radio will be short for most folks.
In summation, I find this radio more than meets my expectations.Read more ›
I was able to pull in a slew of shortwave stations in quite clearly (of course a lot depended upon time of day and atmopsheric conditions.) I could routinely receive signals from Asia, Australia, South America and Europe. Most came in very clearly especially considering the 390 is not a high end radio. The 390 pulled in over twice the amount of stations the Sony ICF-SW7600GR I had purchased before this radio.
I was very pleased with this radio in the beginning. So much so that I bought two as gifts and another for work. After having the unit for three days, the 390 started to continually freeze up for no reason. I would have to remove the batteris, wait 20 minutes and put the batteris back in. The day after that the tuning dial went wonky. So before the other radios I ordered arrived I had to send the first one back. My opinion of this radio plummeted shortly thereafter.
The other three radios arrived. I thought it best to test them before I gave two of them as gifts. I ran each of them for a seven day cycle, carefully testing then out. One of the three was bad right out of the box with a defective display and a defective tuner. That one went back to Amazon for a replacement. The second unit had terrible radio reception on all bands and very poor sensitivity. The third froze up continually from the beginning.
So four radios ended up going back to Amazon for replacement.Read more ›
Highly recommend it... I use it during the day to listen to AM (it also can do FM Stereo, and ack as amplified speakers), and at night I listen to the world on this gem of a radio.
It would be nice to have a set of external speakers for it. But most of the computer speakers I've seen are either without any power of their own, or they eat batteries too fast to be that much use. And most of them are too bulky to haul around much. Granted you could use a big set of speakers around the house, but it would be nice to have some that are as portable as the Ipad is.
I was considering this problem, wondering where I could find a set of self-powered portable speakers for the Ipad, when I remembered that my Tecsun PL-390 has a line in. A stereo line in...
This puppy hooks to the Ipad with a standard stereo patch cord, one of those two-ended things with a miniature stereo headphone plug at each end. So it would hook to anything that has a standard miniature headphone jack, like your Walkman (if anybody still uses those things) or your MP3 player.
Here you have a set of portable stereo speakers that also picks up AM, FM. shortwave, and (for anybody in Europe) longwave. Plays stereo on FM too.
Not only does it pick them all up, it picks them up WELL. The "Easy Tuning Method" is especially nice. You set it to scan whatever band you're listening to. It makes note of all the listenable signals there are, even on the shortwave broadcast bands. After that, when you turn the tuning knob, it jumps clear signal to clear signal, skipping all the spaces in between. Cool!
They also make a smaller version without the right side speaker.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beautifully designed compact radio. Crystal clear sound but a few months after purchase the volume scroll wheel stopped working. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by DogLover08
A great value that I use daily. Really enjoy the electronic tuning functions to acquire and store stations on all bands.Published 6 months ago by Radio Enthusiast
I bought this radio around four years ago. It is a great radio. It is well built. Great sound and reception. Take it everywhere. Read morePublished 8 months ago by WWJ
1- A good looking radio.
2- Excellent AM, FM, shortwave reception.
3- Stereo reception with mono option. Read more
I should have paid more attention to the reviews. This radio has issues. The lcd screen and all functions do freeze. Major flaw. Do NOT BUY. One more thing. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Oregonio
It has excellent and clear sound quality for a small radio. No, it's not a boom box. The radio sounds great, too, with the earbuds they provided. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rich
i bought this radio to my self .. to listen to the channels i like ... small and portable great price .. good finish .. Read morePublished 15 months ago by saud alali
Excellent reception overall. FM especially good. Very good sound for its size. Best used with the batteries; runs a long time on battery charge. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bruce D. Burleigh