Panasonic RF-P50 Pocket AM/FM Radio, Silver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Pocket AM/FM radio with silver finish for sporting events, fishing trips, and other on-the-go uses
- Convenient slide-rule dial on the side allows for quick, 1-finger tuning; hand strap for easy carrying
- LED tuning indicator lights up when reception is strong; second LED indicator reveals battery level
- 2.25-inch speaker provides clear, dynamic sound; built-in headphone jack for private listening
- Runs on 2 AA batteries (not included); 2.75 x 4.62 x 1.16 inches (W x H x D); 1-year warranty
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- Brand Name: Panasonic
- Model Number: RFP50
- Item Height: 5 inches
- Item Length: 3 inches
- Item Weight: 0.5 pounds
Top Customer Reviews
I also own its direct competitor - the Sony ICF-S10MK2.
The Panasonic radio is great because I can carry it around anywhere and always have music with me where ever I go. I especially like to use it in hotel rooms when I go on trips, but it's also nice to have in order to listen to music in all of the rooms of my apartment.
The Panasonic RF-P50 has a telescoping antenna which can be swiveled back and forth, and on/off/volume switch, band selector, and tuning dial. The speaker measures at 2 and a half inches.
I live in a basement apartment, so it is not always easy to get a fantastic signal. I have discovered that this radio pulls in all the major FM stations quite easily - although sometimes I have to fiddle with the tuning and antenna to get a good reception.
The few local AM stations can be pulled in as well.
The appearance of this radio is quite nice. It appears that Panasonic has taken some time into building a radio that is pleasing to the eye. It's a pocket radio with a nice contemporary look. The radio frequencies are listed on the unit quite clearly - much bigger than what I've seen on similar units from other companies. Also the tuning light, which lets you know when you've locked on to a strong station just right, is bright and easy to see.
This Panasonic pocket radio comes with a wrist strap. This is one of my only gripes. I wish it came with both a wrist strap and a belt clip.Read more ›
I bought one of these rather than paying money to MLB to hear baseball on the web. The reception is just fine in my basement apartment, which is more than I can say for my cellphone. And unlike the transistor radios of yore, it runs on two AA batteries.
Wel built and nice looking and evoking the past pocket radios, nice little sound.
But when it comes to AM reception little muffled. As I have said elsewehere Sony' MK2 is better in the AM department. I have since 2004 July and I love the radio-I don't know why-you too will just love it-it is more emotional than loigcal-like the love you havge for beetles and minis.
The finish is much better than the its competitor, the panasonic guys have paid more attention to little details, like the batt compartment and the Production details moulded at the back.
The best thing I love about the radio is the little ear piece that comes with it-the connical one that stuff into your ear-not the stereo ones-cute and reminding the olde types.
But the antenna is as filmsy as the Sony's. Feel very fragile but ok.
Good in FM tuning but bit weak in AM.
But then we buy radio to tune in stations...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my husband so he can listen to the Chicago Cubs on ch. 670, since we cannot get it on tv. He loves it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sue
Works well. Only drawback experience is the base not being square-easier to fall over.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works great, does exactly what it suppose to do but remember it's a pocket radio so don't expect the sound of a boom box :-)Published 6 days ago by Nilsa R.
A good deal for the price; compact - good size for travel; uses only 2 AA batteries; good speaker and volume. Wish it came with it's own carrying case.Published 15 days ago by Citizen Chris