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Yes, the AC line cord is attached. No transformer is needed. It's stored in the battery compartment.
By Neil Paborsky on October 1, 2013
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9 1/2"W,7"H (w/ handle raised).3"D
By Ed Bouvier on August 31, 2013
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yes, the headphone jack is located under the volume knob. it only provides mono sound (one ear), but it works fine if you don't need stereo.
By Jeanne Joe on October 30, 2013
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Hi Amazon Customer,
Yes you can. Thanks,
>Joffrey

By Sony U. on October 6, 2015 MANUFACTURER
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No. If you use batteries as the power source, the AC cord can be stored in a compartment at the back. But it is not detachable.
By Joanne Dillon on May 26, 2015
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yes, it came where the batteries are put in the side compartment. Hope this answers your question.
By jolie on June 4, 2014
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Hi Marilyn, and well, I can say yes, that it can pick up stations in my building. My building is brick in the front, wood frame in the back. If you live in a high-rise, most of those types of buildings have steel framing, and just as long as you were in a building with windows, I would imagine that your reception wou… see more Hi Marilyn, and well, I can say yes, that it can pick up stations in my building. My building is brick in the front, wood frame in the back. If you live in a high-rise, most of those types of buildings have steel framing, and just as long as you were in a building with windows, I would imagine that your reception would be fine.
UPDATE: I had an idea, and I took the radio downstairs into my cellar, which is very old with very thick stone walls and heavy steel I-beams to hold up the floors of the house. The radio performed perfectly, on AM and on FM, so I can say yes, even when surrounded by heavy construction, this radio will perform. see less

By Sean Bryant on August 30, 2013
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Edie, I don't know of any replacement parts for this radio on Amazon. The antenna on mine fell off the first(and last) time I used it. When I took a close look at the base of the antenna and that part of the radio that it was secured to-it. It and what it fitted into were BARELY connected out-of-the-box. I returned it… see more Edie, I don't know of any replacement parts for this radio on Amazon. The antenna on mine fell off the first(and last) time I used it. When I took a close look at the base of the antenna and that part of the radio that it was secured to-it. It and what it fitted into were BARELY connected out-of-the-box. I returned it to Amazon. I had a similar problem on a similar radio years ago; the antenna fell off; and I soldered a piece of electrical lamp wire onto the antenna post to serve as as an antenna. It works fairly well. Hope this helps. Bob C see less
By Robert J. Christman on July 16, 2014
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No, it was "made in China", but not a bad radio.
By No1Bob on August 22, 2013
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The radio takes 4 each of the AA size batteries or you can use it plugged in. We like the sound quality of the radio.
By Gary L. Staton on February 17, 2014