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In a true testament to its quality and performance, the modestly priced CC SW Pocket has been voted "Best Travel Radio under $200.00" by Passport to World Band Radio. The CC SW Pocket AM/FM/Shortwave Travel Radio has exceptional AM reception and audio quality and is sensitive enough to outperform most radios in its class. And it's small enough to tuck in your carry-on bag, briefcase, purse or backpack.
You can quickly and easily retrieve up to 200 of your favorite AM/FM and Shortwave stations in any order by simply turning the tuning knob and taking advantage of a smart feature called "Favorites". You won't lose the stations saved in the memory when you take out the batteries.
|Input Power:||AC Adapter: 3VDC 200mA tip negative (not included)
Batteries: (2) AA size (not included)
|Speaker:||1¾", 25Ω, 0.5W|
|AM Tuning:||10 kHz or 9 kHz steps|
|FM Tuning:||100 kHz steps|
|AM Antenna:||Internal Ferrite Bar - 7mm x 89mm (3.5") long|
|FM Antenna:||Telescopic whip antenna|
|FM S/N Sensitivity:||> 10uV|
|AM S/N Sensitivity:||> 1 mv/m|
|SW S/N Sensitivity:||> 30 uV|
|AM Selectivity:||> 25dB|
|Earphone Jack:||1/8" (3.5mm) Stereo 32 ohm|
|Sleep Timer||5-90 Minutes (5 min steps)|
|Clock:||12/24 Hour Modes|
|Dimensions:||4.75" W x 3" H x 1.2" D|
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
No, the alarm will not work if anything is plugged in the headphone socket.
No, when you press and hold the FAVORITES button the CCRadio SWP will bring up the entire preset station memory list. Once in the memory list, you have 3 ways to choose a station you have set into memory:
FM 70.0 MHz is the default number on each preset. This number will appear on the display until a new frequency is programmed into that memory slot.
No, resetting the radio will not clear the memory presets; removing all power sources from the radio does not clear presets either.
You can set the sleep timer for 90, 85, 80, 75, 70, 65, 60, 55, 50, 45, 40, 35, 30, 25, 20, 15, 10, or 5 minutes.
No, the last choice in the sleep timer selection is on. Select 'on' and the radio will continue to play continuously.
1. Turn radio on.
2. Press Band button to select FM, MW (AM), SW1 or SW2.
3. Find the station you would like to store in memory by one of the following methods:
4. Press the Mem/Time button.
5. The letters "CH" will flash and the number to the right is the memory location. You can select the memory with either of the following steps:
6. Press the Mem/Time button again. Your station has been stored.
1. Press the Favorites button and use one of the following options when the M.SCAN shows in the upper right of the display:
When you press the Favorites button it will stay in the M Scan mode until you turn the radio off or you press the Favorites button again.
You cannot delete a preset once you have made one on the CC SWPocket. However, you can overwrite the previously used presets with any new station of your choice.
|CC SW Pocket AM/FM/SW Radio Instruction Manual||230.25 KB||33 seconds @ 56KBps|
Audio tutorial of the CC SW Pocket AM/FM/SW Radio by Tim Hendel
Press the play (►) button above to stream the audio. To download the file, please use this link.
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