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The Tecsun PL-660 is an compact portable radio covering AM (520-1710 kHz), long wave, shortwave (1711-29999 kHz), VHF air and FM bands. The radio comes with an awesome 2000 memories: 100 AM/FM/LW/Air, 200 SW, 200 SSB and 1200 for various bands (12x100). Features include dual timer, sensitivity, backlit display, SW/FM external antenna jack, SSB reception, stereo FM (to earphone jack), synchronous detection, keypad entry, dual conversion, manual tuning, scanning, DX/Normal/Local gain and ATS auto-tune storage. A sleep time may be adjusted from 1 to 120 minutes. The display even shows temperature and battery consumption! Available in silver (shown) or in black (not shown). Your Tecsun PL-660 system includes: carry pouch, four Ni-MH AA cells, AC wall adapter/charger, stereo ear buds, wire antenna and manual. Please note that alkaline type batteries, if used, may not be recharged inside the radio. 7.4 x 1.3 x 4.5 in. 1.1 lbs.
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