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|What's in the Box|
The DT-400W pocket radio has excellent AM/FM reception and the added benefit of being a portable NOAA Weather Radio. Slip the DT-400W into your pocket, head out for a day hike, and if the weather's changing just scan through your local weather channels for an update. This premium pocket radio has a built-in clock, holds 19 memory presets (there is no memory preset for the weather band), and also has a single button access for your "My Favorite" radio stations. You can listen in stereo through the included earbuds, or mono through the face-mounted speaker. Includes: 90-minute auto shutoff, lighted digital display, earbuds, FM antenna, removable belt clip. Uses 2 AA batteries (not included).
Weight: 3.7 oz. Size: 2.5" W x 4.2" H x 0.8" D.
What Is An Orphan?
|Input Power:||2x AA battery (not included)|
|Audio Output:||1 + 1 mW|
|Speaker:||1.5", 4 ohm, 0.4W|
|Frequency Coverage:||AM 520 - 1710 kHz (10KHz Steps)
AM 522 - 1629 kHz (9KHz Steps)
FM 87.5 - 108.0 MHz
WX: 1-7 CH
|Weather Band:||Channel 1: 162.400 MHz
Channel 2: 162.425 MHz
Channel 3: 162.450 MHz
Channel 4: 162.475 MHz
Channel 5: 162.500 MHz
Channel 6: 162.525 MHz
Channel 7: 162.550 MHz
|AM Tuning:||10 kHz or 9 kHz steps|
|FM Tuning:||100 kHz steps|
|AM Antenna:||Internal Ferrite Bar - 7mm x 55mm (2.2") long|
|FM Antenna:||Earphones or FM Wire|
|FM Stereo/Mono Switch:||Yes|
|Earphone Jack:||1/8" (3.5mm) Stereo|
|Sleep Timer:||90 Minutes|
|Dimensions:||2.5" W x 4.2" H x 0.8" D|
|Warranty:||90 Day Limited Warranty|
FM Wire Antenna
|Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice.|
|Sangean DT-400W Pocket Radio PDF Instruction Manual||283.13 KB||41 seconds @ 56KBps|