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Reviews Categories | Receivers: General Coverage | Sangean DT-200VX Help


Reviews Summary for Sangean DT-200VX
Sangean DT-200VX Reviews: 3 Average rating: 4.7/5 MSRP: $65
Description: Handheld am/fm/tv pocket radio that replacesthe DT-200V
Product is in production.
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NG0K Rating: 5/5 Apr 8, 2011 12:48 Send this review to a friend
Very Nice  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I've got the new DT-200X with AM/FM only. Clear audio through the headphones, easy to use, well constructed, easy to see at night. It has exceeded my expectations.
 
WB9YCJ Rating: 5/5 Nov 26, 2009 22:31 Send this review to a friend
Palm size, digital readout  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
Improved over the dt200V in the following ways:
Dial light.
No loss of memories when changing batteries.
Better AM reception, crisper sound and a longer battery life than the original DT200V.
Digial clock.
Bass boost
 
LRDHEAT Rating: 4/5 Oct 14, 2007 19:12 Send this review to a friend
nice set  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I like it. The pocket radio is an improvement over the original DT-200V in being smaller with a longer battery life; 2AA's vs 4 AA's in the older set. The dial is lit when tuning. The sensitivity is not up to a SONY 7600GR or ETON 5 on AM, but is respectable, and is better than similar sized radios. The selectivity (on am) is much better than similar sized radios. Stations can usually be tuned 20 KHz away from a local, and sometimes 10KHz away if you can turn the set to null out the local...my other pocket sets are useless for tuning stations in less than 30 or 40KHz away from the local stations. The filter may not be symetrical or centered properly on frequency...it is always easier to null out a local to pick up a station 10 KHz below the local's frequency than 10 Khz above the local.
 


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