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The Eton Elite Traveler receives long wave [153-513 kHz], AM, FM and shortwave from 2.3 to 26.1 MHz. The medium wave (AM) step may be set for 9 or 10 kHz. The FM band supports RDS data display. With local and world time settings, radio and buzzer alarm clock settings, sleep timer and snooze light, the Elite Traveler keeps you on time … in any time zone. It even displays the temperature to help you prepare for the day. The time zone selection knob is located under the protective cover. Daylight savings may be turned on or off. The display brightness may be set to off, low or high. And if you want to prevent the radio or alarm from turning on all together, just hit Lock. Other features include 500 memories, FM RDS and 6 VDC [+] power input jack. Tuning is easy via a two-speed manual tuning knob (on the right panel), up-down arrows. There is a 3.5mm mini earphone jack and a built-in snap-out flip stand.
Requires four AA batteries (not included) or optional AC adapter. 5.3 x 3.5 x 1.2 inches. 7.4 oz.
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