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1. Grundig S350 AM/FM Shortwave World
$114.99 list($149.99)
2. Grundig YB400PE - AM / FM / Shortwave
$49.99 list($59.99)
3. Eton FR300 Emergency Radio with
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4. Grundig FR 200 Emergency Radio
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5. Grundig M300BR Mini300 Handheld
$149.99 list($179.99)
6. Grundig Eton Ego 4000 Plus Portable
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7. Grundig M300R Mini300 Handheld
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8. Grundig FR200 AM/FM Shortwave
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9. Grundig M300Y Mini300 Handheld
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10. Grundig G1000A AM/FM and Shortwave
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11. Grundig FR200 AM/FM Shortwave
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12. Grundig M300BL Mini300 Handheld
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13. Grundig G2000A World Receiver
$144.95
14. Grundig GS 6595 Cord/Cordless
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15. Eton E10 AM/FM Shortwave World
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16. Grundig G4000A AM/FM/Shortwave
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17. Grundig M300P Mini300 Handheld
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18. Grundig Yacht Boy YB300PE AM/FM
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19. Grundig FR200 AM/FM Shortwave
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20. Grundig FR200 AM/FM Shortwave

1. Grundig S350 AM/FM Shortwave World Band Radio
list price: $149.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000952XU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 289
Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Talk about easy listening. The Grundig Etón S350 shortwave radio is brimming with style, portability, and functionality. With the S350, you aren't limited to shortwave signals--you get FM and AM radio, too. Shortwave enables you to hear stations from around the world. Get first-hand news and other programs direct from their sources. Listen to the BBC, CDC, Voice of America, DW Deutsche Welle, Radio Taipei International, and dozens of other broadcasting organizations. The S350 receives continuous coverage from 3 to 28 MHz, including 13 international broadcast bands: 11, 13, 15, 16, 19, 22, 25, 31, 41, 49, 60, 75 and 90 meters.

Use the S350's manual gain control to compensate for atmospheric and other conditions. With its excellent sensitivity and selectivity, the S350 can receive stations most radios can't, including weak daytime shortwave signals. Other features include a backlit multifunction LCD, a telescoping FM antenna, antenna jacks for SW, AM, and FM, as well as sleep and wake timers (wake to radio and use the S350 as an alarm clock).

The radio features a single speaker designed for clear sound. A .125-inch headphone jack (compatible with stereo or monaural headphones, not included) lets you listen in private, or you can route the unit's stereo analog (left/right) RCA outputs to your home stereo system, a tape deck, powered speakers, or other devices.

The S350 runs on 4 D batteries (not included), the supplied AC/DC power adapter, or an optional DC vehicle power adapter (12V to 6V DC).

Grundig's design-driven Etón line of portable-audio offers a graceful combination of form and function. Unique product design is the basis for all models, as well as functionality above and beyond other products in the same category. With features that satisfy high-tech, style-conscious listeners, Etón products have an added flare that will attract people seeking distinctive portable audio.

What's in the Box
Radio, AC power adapter, leather carrying strap, a user's guide, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • Listen to international broadcasts live, direct from the source with coverage of all 14 internation broadcast bands
  • Alarm and Sleep Timer features
  • Illuminated Multi-function LCD Displays: Time frequency, band, automatic turn-on, and sleep timer
  • Separate Bass, Treble, and RF Gain Controls
  • Wide and Narrow Bandwidth Filter Controls

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Quite the Receiver!
I've lost count of the radios I ve bought over the years, but I always get excited when I see something new. I have the GE Superadio and the CC Crane unit,but this baby beats them both. Analog witha digital readout and what great sound! Both AM and FM reception is first rate and the added bonus of shorwave really makes this unit worth the price.I'm so used to digital with memory presets and seek buttons so it took a little time to get used to.Of course being analogand using 4 D's the batteries really last. The radio has a great feel to it and its easy to tell Grundig did the job right. Memory presets would have made this unit the ultimate radio, but for what you are getting for $100, Im quite satisfied. To me this is the GE Superadio 4...with the bonus of Shortwave!

5-0 out of 5 stars My Favorite Radio
Some time back, I posted a review to Amazon saying that the GE Superadio III was the best radio I ever owned. Now, I find myself using only this radio. The main reason is the digital frequency display. You always know exactly where you're tuned. It's such a major difference. I like analog tuning; I like twisting the dial to go from one station to the next. With the S350, I don't have to guess where I am on the dial. The FM section is great; very little overloading in my very difficult reception area, with great weak signal pickup. The AM section is superb; there are Wide and Narrow bandwidth choices that are usable on both local and distant stations (a bandwidth switch lets you choose the best tradeoff between interference rejection and audio fidelity; on the S350, both choices are well designed--with the Superadio, the Wide setting is so wide that you can only use it on very strong, local stations). I find myself listening to a station 500 miles away in the Wide bandwidth mode most nights. The Shortwave section is a joy to listen to. The S350 is light, even with batteries, and produces a nice sound--not quite the same bass response as the Superadio, but very pleasant. If you like a slightly retro design (no station memories, no slewing buttons, but it does have a nice big tuning knob PLUS a fine tuning knob) and appreciate knowing exactly to what station your radio is tuned, this is what you want. There is no better radio, overall, anywhere near this price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Grundig S350
I've known the name Grundig for a very long time, I use to work on Radios and TV in my high school years and that was back in the 60's. Grundig was a great name then and so is it now. This shortwave Radio picks up better than any shortwave radio I've had.The sound that comes out of the speakers is top notch. If you want a good buy and a good radio at the same time its Grundig S350.

5-0 out of 5 stars grundig 350s
This radio not only looks great but sounds great. Popular shortwave stations (bbc, voa, cuba) come in loud and clear, with no need for external antenna. AM/FM come in equally clear. Very little drifting, but it does drift a little over a bit of time. I got better reception at times over a Sony SW7600GR. It has a good alarm that's easy to operate. The instruction maual is well written and available at the website as well. It's not a travel radio, but that's pretty obvious. It has no SSB for tuning into ham radios, but it's great for the casual listener. I highly recommend the radio. It's a good value for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Grundig shortwave
This radio is of excellent quality and the receive on AM, FM and shortwave is very good. Being a ham radio operator I really appreciate the rotary tuning knob that has a fine tuning adjustment knob built in. I just can't see myself buying an expensive shortwave radio with no tuning knob. Half the fun of radio is being able to play with a VFO!
I also own the GE superadio that other reviewers have commented on. The Grundig does not feel and look cheap like the GE superadio but the GE superadio will outperform the Grundig in a side by side comparison. The superadio has two speakers that are designed for better fidelity and louder audio than the smaller Grundigs single speaker can achieve. When listening to weak stations in heavy static on the AM band the superadio did a better job of pulling out the audio.
The shortwave reception is the best part of the radio however and this radio is a real jewel for shortwave use! The selectivity is great, no overlapping of stations that is found on cheaper shortwave radios like the Sangean SG 622. The radios sensitivity is excellent also, I could not ask for better performane from a shortwave radio. I know I made the correct decision passing up some of the more expensive Sony and Grundig shortwave radios that look so tempting to buy but lack a knob to tune with. ... Read more


2. Grundig YB400PE - AM / FM / Shortwave Radio
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00000JD4V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 1224
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Amazon.com Product Description

Power, performance, and design have reached new heights with Grundig's compact Yacht Boy 400 Professional Edition radio. In addition to its sleek titanium look, the 400PE is packed with features. The radio pulls in AM, FM, and shortwave frequencies, and SSB (single-sideband) circuitry grants reception of long-distance, two-way shortwave communications such as amateur (HAM), marine, and aeronautical radio. Randomly programmable memory presets provide quick access to 40 of your favorite stations, while PLL (phase-locked loop) synthesized tuning ensures rock-solid frequency stability. Listen in stereo through headphones or powered external speakers (not included). The 400PE tunes both upper and lower sideband with infinite tuning. There are no tuning gaps in the shortwave receiver, so there is access to all frequencies.

The 400PE offers a user-selectable wide/narrow bandwidth filter, switchable 9 and 10 kHz scan rates on MW (the AM broadcast band) for use in both North America and Europe, as well as the following user-selectable tuning steps: 1 kHz/5 kHz in SW; 1 kHz/9 kHz/10 kHz in MW; and 1 kHz/9 kHz in LW. Other features include a DX/Local switch, Hi/Low tone options, and FM-stereo with mono option for cleaner reception. A liquid crystal display (LCD) shows frequency, band, automatic turn-on, time, and clock/timer modes (dual clocks show time in 24-hour format). Choose between beeper and radio for your alarms; the sleep timer is programmable in 10-minute increments (up to 60 minutes).

The radio includes a telescopic antenna for FM and shortwave reception and a built-in ferrite antenna for MW and LW (medium wave, long wave) reception. An external antenna for shortwave (not included) can be connected through a built-in receptacle. The 400PE runs on 6 AA batteries (also not included). ... Read more

Features

  • Single Sideband (SSB) Reception
  • 40 Customizable Station Presets
  • Alarm and Sleep Timer Functions
  • Wide and Narrow Bandwidth Filter Controls
  • Includes stereo headphone jack, FM/AM and MW/LW antennas; uses 6 AA batteries

3. Eton FR300 Emergency Radio with AM/FM Tuner, VHF TV Tuner, and NOAA Weather Service
list price: $59.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0006G0II2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 2143
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Features

  • Emergency radio receives AM/FM broadcasts, 7 NOAA weather channels, and VHF TV audio reception
  • Includes built-in LED light with emergency flash and emergency siren
  • Crank-powered generator runs for 40 to 60 minutes on 90-second turn
  • Built-in cell phone charger ensures phone service
  • Optional Ni-MH battery pack or 3 AA batteries

4. Grundig FR 200 Emergency Radio
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B000083CUA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 77
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Amazon.com Product Description

Stay prepared and informed with the FR 200 from Grundig. If the power goes out and batteries aren't available, the FR 200 can function for up to an hour with only one minute of hand cranking. Its built-in generator means that even in the most desperate situations, you'll still have access to local news and information--as well as to news from around the world. The unit's four-band tuning receives AM, FM, SW1 (shortwave 1), and SW2 stations, and an included rechargeable battery pack provides reliable, renewable, internal power for everyday use.

The radio houses a 2.5-inch speaker. A .125-inch stereo headphone jack affords private listening, a built-in touch light comes in handy during lights-out emergencies, and you can dial in hard-to-tune stations with the unit's dedicated fine-tuning knob. A 4.5V DC jack allows an external power connection (power adapter not included).

A 360-degree telescope antenna provides the best radio signal for FM and SW, while a built-in AM antenna provides high sensitivity for AM reception. The FR 200 can run on three LR6 or AA batteries. ... Read more

Features

  • 4-band tuning (receives AM, FM, SW1, and SW2 stations)
  • Built-in power generator lets you "crank up" the radio and listen to under emergency conditions
  • Built-in touch light takes the place of candles
  • Rechargeable battery pack provides reliable, renewable, internal power for everyday use
  • Includes stereo headphone jack, FM/AM antennas; uses 3 LR6 or AA batteries

5. Grundig M300BR Mini300 Handheld Shortwave World Band Radio (Metallic Bronze)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002AHS4O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 2691
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Features

  • Receives AM, FM, and seven international shortwave signals
  • LCD screen shows the time and the frequency
  • Radio operates on 2 AA batteries
  • Listen to either AM, FM or shortwave signals through the built in speaker or the ear bud headphones
  • Compact design makes it easy to carry on any occasion

6. Grundig Eton Ego 4000 Plus Portable CD / MP3 Player with Built-In Removable Speakers
list price: $179.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B00008V6TI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 4821
Average Customer Review: 1.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you're looking for a stylish portable alarm clock radio or anMP3-capable CD player to accompany you on the road, Grundig'sEtón Ego 4000 Plus may be calling your name. The compact unituses Grundig's proprietary detachable speaker docking system, which letsyou remove the speakers from the exterior of the folding lid andposition them apart, like your home speakers. Or, you can leave thespeakers attached and play the unit like a small boombox. In any case,Grundig also provides a pair of lightweight street-style stereoheadphones to bypass the speakers altogether for private listening.

The Etón Ego 4000 Plus plays not just audio CDs, but recordableCDs filled with MP3 files, too, with ID3 tag capability (for artist andtitle display) and the benefit of 40-second shock protection (or anamazing 120 seconds for MP3). Bass boost and a selection of five presetequalization curves help you tailor the sound to your personalpreference, and you can listen in various random or repeat modes orprogram up to 20 CD/MP3 CD tracks to play in sequence.

The player's fold-up top section puts a backlit LCD in clear view,especially handy when using the built-in alarm and/or calendar features.The clock offers a date indicator, 12-hour time mode, dual alarms (withsnooze), and local/world time. You or your partner can wake to theradio, a CD, or a buzzer. For power, use four AA batteries or the unit'sAC power adapter (both included).

Choose from 15-, 30-, and 60-minute sleep settings, or rely on autopower off to shut the player down at the end of a disc. The FM/AM radiocomes with 30 station presets (20 FM, 10 AM), auto scanning, andantennas.

Grundig's design-driven Etón line of portable-audio offers agraceful combination of form and function. Unique product design is thebasis for all models, as well as functionality above and beyond otherproducts in the same category. With features that satisfy high-tech,style-conscious listeners, Etón products have an added flare thatwill attract people seeking distinctive portable audio.

What's in the Box
CD unit, speakers, headphones, carrying case, an AC power adapter, fourAA batteries, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable CD-radio with MP3/ID3 tag compatibility, 40/120-second anti-skip (PCM/MP3), and detachable stereo speakers
  • 30 FM/AM station presets, includes FM and AM antennas
  • World/local time settings, dual alarms and snooze button; wake to radio, CD, or buzzer
  • 5 EQ presets, bass boost, auto power-off, and 20-track CD programming; 15-, 30-, and 60-minute sleep timer
  • Includes 4 AA batteries, an AC power adapter, and stereo headphones

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars not worth the price
I received this as a gift and know the Grundig name typically as a quality product. The sound was so poor I decided there must be something wrong with the unit. I called the Grundig tech support and explained that I heard a very tinny sound with no bass at all. The tech without pause said "Thats typical with all of those units." He further continued to say "you'll get some bass response with the headphones but thats as good as it gets." I couldn't believe something with a $150 price tag was known to sound so bad. Do not waste your money on this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Garbage
Unfortunately, my husband bought this piece of junk well before I'd had a chance to read any reviews. I think it's all been said before, but this CD player is a complete rip-off, and an expensive rip-off at that! We were wondering why we only got a couple hours out of a set of batteries, but apparently it's not just us; the problem is inherent in this poor excuse for a CD player. And if you still think you might like to buy one, you can have mine. I'm going to buy something that works.

2-0 out of 5 stars Anti-shock makes CD worthless
I purchased this to wake up to a CD. It takes 40+ seconds to fill the buffer for the anti-shock system. During this time, the CD stutters. Extrememly annoying. You can shut the anti-shock system off, but only after it begins playing. By that time I'm awake and irritated.

Other than that, I like it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay away, far away.
This thing ain't worth the [money maount]+ asking price. You're better off getting a portable CD player with the same options (minus the clock) and some mini-speakers. The speakers have no bass and and are very tinny. The CD player worked for about a week and now it stutters almost all the time, usually less when you turn the anti-shock setting off. It's all eye-candy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Most Disappointing Product I've EVER Purchased!
Right off the bat, let me say that this Grundig CD player isn't worth [money], let alone [money]. The reviewer that said he got 5 hours of listening on a set of batteries is lucky. With the first set, I got 1 hour, with the second set I got 14 minutes!! I'm not exaggerating -- I timed it.

Granted, you can skip the batteries and use the AC adapter, but even then, the sound quality is terrible. Cheap and tinny. The speakers are worthless. I am astonished that Grundig is charging so much money for this. Do yourself a favor and avoid. ... Read more


7. Grundig M300R Mini300 Handheld Shortwave World Band Radio (Metallic Red)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002AHS12
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 1140
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Features

  • Receives AM, FM, and seven international shortwave signals
  • LCD screen shows the time and the frequency
  • Radio operates on 2 AA batteries
  • Listen to either AM, FM or shortwave signals through the built in speaker or the ear bud headphones
  • Compact design makes it easy to carry on any occasion

8. Grundig FR200 AM/FM Shortwave World Band Crank Radio and Light (Red)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002AHRVI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 197
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Features

  • 4-band tuning (receives AM, FM, SW1, and SW2 stations)
  • Built-in power generator lets you "crank up" the radio and listen under emergency conditions
  • Built-in light makes candles obsolete
  • Rechargeable battery pack provides reliable, renewable, internal power for everyday use
  • Includes stereo headphone jack, FM/AM antennas; uses 3 AA batteries

9. Grundig M300Y Mini300 Handheld Shortwave World Band Radio (Yellow)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002AHS44
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 5409
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Features

  • Receives AM, FM, and seven international shortwave signals
  • LCD screen shows the time and the frequency
  • Radio operates on 2 AA batteries
  • Listen to either AM, FM or shortwave signals through the built in speaker or the ear bud headphones
  • Compact design makes it easy to carry on any occasion

10. Grundig G1000A AM/FM and Shortwave World Band Radio
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000AHEMT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 637
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Wherever your journeys take you, you'll never be out of touch when the Grundig G1000A is your traveling companion. Compact yet powerful, the G1000A pulls in 8 bands of shortwave signals as well as AM and FM broadcasts. Features include a backlit LCD, a radio alarm, a sleep function, and a stereo headphone jack. The radio comes with a soft, protective carrying case. The sleep function enables the radio to play for a specified time before automatically shutting off (from 1 hour 59 minutes to just 1 minute).

Shortwave enables you to hear stations from around the world. Because shortwave signals depend on such factors as the sun, the ionosphere, and interaction with the earth itself, signals cannot be heard on all bands throughout the day. Some bands are best during the daylight hours, and some are best at night. The supplied manual outlines introductory shortwave basics for novices.

The G1000A runs on 2 AA batteries (not included) and can be used with an AC adapter (not included) that supplies an output of 3 volts DC, negative polarity (center tip set to negative), capable of supplying 100 milliamperes or greater current. (Plug tip diameters: 3.4 millimeters outer; 1.3 millimeter inner.)

What's in the Box
Radio, a soft carrying case, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • AM, FM-stereo, and 8 shortwave bands (49, 41, 31, 25, 22, 19, 16 and 13 meters)
  • Analog tuning with digital frequency readout; offers clock, alarm, and sleep timer (1 to 119 minutes)
  • Digital display shows frequency, time, sleep time, and symbols for sleep timer, and alarm activation
  • Telescopic antenna for FM and SW reception; internal ferrite bar antenna for AM (mw) reception
  • Operates on 2 AA batteries or AC adapter (AC adapter not included)

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best pocket size SW receiver I've ever seen...
I was looking to replace an old grundig mini world 100 PE when I saw this number in the store. The price was attractive, and the in-store quick test i did seemed to indicate a good product. After I've had a few days to toy around with it, though, I have come to absolutely love it. The sound is decent, and the features are excellent for a radio of this size and price. I use it mostly for a travel radio, for hotels and B&Bs, as well as for camping or just sitting around the bonfire sw channel surfing. A great find!

5-0 out of 5 stars this is one kick-ass radio
i have been searching for a good AM and Shorthwave pocket radio and i have found it. the AM pull is very good and the shortwave is surperb for its size. the price is very good and nothing in the range compares. buy it

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5-0 out of 5 stars Hot little radio
This is one of the smallest shortwave radios in the world. It is THE smallest shortwave that I know of that has a digital readout. If you are thinking of buying one let me list the pros and cons:

Size: This really will fit in your pocket. It is a bit larger than an audiocassette in length and width and about an inch and a half deep.
Features: Sleep timer, alarm function, 12 hour (rather than 24 hour) digital clock, adequate back light (works well enough to see in a very dark room), larger digital display than most small radios (you won't need to put on your glasses to tune it), tuning light, FM stereo light comes on when you have headphones plugged in, excellent old transistor radio style fold over cover with holes to let the sound out, a bevel stand. The radio was easy to set up for time and alarms. The instruction manual was easy to understand. There is no adaptor but I can't imagine needing one for a pocket radio. Two batteries should last many weeks of heavy use. There is an on and off switch which is a plus as most radios use the volume dial for on and off.
Pros: Shortwave reception was tested after 7 PM when signals are strongest here in SE Florida. I was able to get all the big interanational broadcasts. BBC came in as clear as a bell as did Canada and Voice of America. I received lots of other broadcasts in various languages on the 19, 31, and 49 bands. I was happy with its SW capabilities. It won't do for chasing down weak signals but I am not into SW enough to bother with those. Please look up frequencies at a good SW internet site in order to find broadcast times and frequencies. If you are new to SW there is a learning curve as SW broadcasts change frequencies and signal strength throughout the day and night. It is a great hobby but a few quick lessons will make your introduction much more rewarding.
AM reception was slightly better than my other portable radios.
FM stereo through headphones was very good.
The speaker itself gives good sound. There are no bass or treble adjustments but the sound sounds equally balanced. The speaker will not fill the room with sound but this is a pocket radio not a desktop.
Cons: The volume dial is on the left side - not the most ergonomic site for right handed folks. The tuning is on the right side. This has a digital readout but an analog tuning dial. I like that as you can tune much more accurately than with analog displays (where you are never sure where you are tuning to). One problem with the G1000A that I bought is that the tuning was "drifty" on SW and AM. This means that I will tune to - say - 97.9 and it would slowly slide off to 97.6 sometimes. I would need to retune the station once in a while. It isn't a big deal and may be a result of being a new radio but it is a small negative.
Altogether, I am very happy with this pocket AM/FM/SW radio. It fits perfectly in my briefcase and I am happy with the performance. 4 stars!

5-0 out of 5 stars G1000A is Great! Amazing reception.
I received the G1000A as gift and it was one of the greatest gifts I have ever received! I can get radio stations inside my office building (where other radio's have failed) and if your into shortwave this is the radio for you!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little radio
The Grundig G1000A is a great little radio. It is as sensitive as the YB300 in shortwave reception. AM performance is good. FM audio on hi-fi headphone sounds as good as my Sony walkman. The G1000A also sound warm and clear with its own speaker, better than the YB300. Since the G1000A only draws 22mA which is half of the current consumption of any PLL radio, the battery will last much longer than PLL radios like the YB300. It is a very small and light radio. The only disadvantage of this radio is the frequency coverage. Although it covers most of the international bands, it is still much narrower than PLL radios. ... Read more


11. Grundig FR200 AM/FM Shortwave World Band Crank Radio and Light (Blue)
list price: $49.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002AHRWW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 962
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Features

  • 4-band tuning (receives AM, FM, SW1, and SW2 stations)
  • Built-in power generator lets you "crank up" the radio and listen under emergency conditions
  • Built-in light takes the place of candles
  • Rechargeable battery pack provides reliable, renewable, internal power for everyday use
  • Includes stereo headphone jack, FM/AM antennas; uses 3 AA batteries

12. Grundig M300BL Mini300 Handheld Shortwave World Band Radio (Metallic Blue)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002AHS6M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 2802
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Features

  • Receives AM, FM, and seven international shortwave signals
  • LCD screen shows the time and the frequency
  • Radio operates on 2 AA batteries
  • Listen to either AM, FM or shortwave signals through the built in speaker or the ear bud headphones
  • Compact design makes it easy to carry on any occasion

13. Grundig G2000A World Receiver
list price: $179.95
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Asin: B00000JD4T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 5297
Average Customer Review: 3.11 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Grundig's G2000A world receiver is made of solid plastic that's at once lightweight and durable. Also known as the Yacht Boy, this little silver box, with "Design by F.A. Porsche" inscribed above the speaker grille, is one of those cliché "marvels of German engineering" that goes back to the golden age of hi-fi.

We fed the Yacht Boy a trio of AA batteries, pushed the power button, and tuned in a local FM talk-radio station, which came through relatively clearly. Up and down arrows allowed us to tune the talk show in with precise single-step adjustments, while the lock switch ensured that the signal wouldn't fade away. We picked up a total of 11 clear FM stations. We were less successful with the SW world-band switch. When used from our location in Seattle, the world-band switch only pulled in faint broadcasts from China and Eastern Europe.

Sound quality through the 1.5-inch mono speaker is really quite impressive compared to most radios, but the supplied stereo earbuds are no substitute for a snug pair of headphones. That said, the earbuds take up very little space in a handbag or brief case, and you can bundle them up so they won't get damaged. The G2000A sports several other features that make it ideal for traveling. It has a dual LED clock you can set with two time zones; an alarm clock you can switch to either radio or buzzer; a sleep mode; and a light button that illuminates the display in green.

Admittedly, it's the trademark German design that sets this masculine Grundig radio apart from other portables, which often have more colorful and youthful aesthetics. A snap-on tan leather case protects the Yacht Boy, converting it from a utilitarian European appliance into a mature traveling companion with world-class style.--Eric Gill

Pros:

  • Very good FM tuner
  • Lots of features that make it an ideal travel alarm clock/radio
  • Durable despite its lightweight plastic mold
  • Leather case doubles as a stand for better sound dispersion

Cons:

  • Unimpressive world-band reception from our location
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Features

  • F.A. Porsche-designed AM/FM/shortwave world receiver
  • Digital quartz alarm with wake-up system
  • Dual clock with world time-zone selector
  • Comes with handsome, leather snap-on case
  • Stereo earbuds included

Reviews (18)

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't do it
A lot money was thrown away on a cheap, designer-label radio of transister-radio quality. I was looking for a nice, compact, quality radio which could also receive news from the various hotspots of the world. I researched numerous travel radios in all price ranges and various web sites: Grundig's G2000A was the winner. Not.

First, reception on any short-wave band is non-existent and the lo-fi FM sound was an even greater disappointment. To date, hubby, master of all bathroom radios, uses only one FM station and occasionally one AM station. Worse yet, he still travels with his Sharper Image radio, which cost half as much and has many more useful features as a radio and, of course, its quality sound and reception leave the G2000A biting the dust.

Finally, the G2000A's fine leather cover with its fancy logo interferes with operation of the radio, so it rests peacefully in a closet. Which Grundig design engineer fell asleep at the wheel of this feature?

2-0 out of 5 stars Flash But No Substance
The Grundig G2000A is like the pre-TV series Anna Nicole Smith: hot looks, feels great, but not something you want to have around day in and day out.

To be sure, it's one of the nicest-looking radios you'll find, but as a shortwave receiver, it lacks a lot: doesn't tune the whole SW spectrum (why these radios just don't cover the full 1.7- 30 MHz range is beyond me) sensitivity leaves a lot to be desired, and selectivity (ability to separate closely-spaced stations) is in adequate. Plus, the audio is on the tinny side. For the $80 or so bucks you will normally pay for this, you can do much better. Probably Grundig's worst model.

1-0 out of 5 stars Less than average Chinese made German Radio!
I was so fascinated when saw the ad in a magazine about this
little junk. Sorry to say, but that's true in my case. Besides it's sleek & attractive design, is a piece of junk for the money. I never buy a short wave radio for FM listening, any cheap radio with a pair of earbuds will do that. I was totally disappointed with the product's shortwave performance. No more Grundig radio in my life. I even contacted Grundig headquarters
in Germany for the product's manufacturing, the pattent, etc,

they made it very clear that they all are going down the tube.
The single star I gave for the design only.

5-0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous design
A beautiful radio, the G2000A has sleek look - especially with its brushed, silver radio body and rich, caramel leather case.

What works well - easy to use knobs and buttons. The digital direct tuning is a wonderful feature, where you just type in the station you want to hear. And if I don't know what I want to listen to, the scan/seek works well too.

The radio feels very solid, but isn't too heavy to take on trips. So with the alarm and world time clock, it makes an ideal travel radio.

5-0 out of 5 stars Makes a great gift
The Grundig G2000A is a great looking piece! Given the leather case and F.A. Porsche design, I think the G2000A is one of the most stylish radios in the shortwave market.

A few of its best features include the handy keypad so one can type in the stations directly, and the easy to use meter band selection and tuning controls. Being able to preset 20 stations also makes listening a breeze.

Best of all, the size, weight and timer/alarm features of the G2000A make it a great travel radio. Plus, there's a travel power lock - so it doesn't start playing while in your suitcase!

All in all, for me, it's an eye-catching radio great for gift giving or to keep on a desk or table. ... Read more


14. Grundig GS 6595 Cord/Cordless Shaver
list price: $144.95
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Asin: B0000AQI2N
Catlog: Health and Beauty
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 2062
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This model makes an excellent choice for travel, as it will operate on any voltage worldwide (an adapter plug may be required). For corded use, the shaver operates immediately when the detachable five-foot coil stretch cord is plugged in. After an initial eight-hour charge, the shaver runs in cordless mode for a good 45 minutes, and then requires a one-hour quick charge when the indicator light turns red. Designed for a close shave, the three-cut system features a foil-cutter-foil arrangement, with a three-position pop-up trimmer for sideburns, jaw line, and any longer hairs that need attention. While not ergonomically shaped, the shaver is streamlined and tapered, with grooves and ridges for a good grip. A two-sided cleaning brush, plastic head guard, shave stick for use before and after shaving, and a zippered, padded travel pouch are included. Grundig covers the shaver with a one-year warranty. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • 1-year warranty; worldwide voltage
  • 3-cut foil-cutter-foil system creates a smooth, close shave
  • Cord/cordless use, with 1-hour quick charge
  • 3-position pop-up trimmer for sideburns and longer hair
  • Includes cleaning brush and zippered travel pouch

15. Eton E10 AM/FM Shortwave World Band Radio
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B0006G0IHI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 3656
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Features

  • Combination AM/FM shortwave radio offers worldwide radio access
  • 550 programmable memories; shortwave range of 1711 to 29,999 kHz
  • Intermediate Frequency (IF) shift and shortwave antenna trimmer
  • Sleep timer, snooze, and favorite station wakeup timer
  • Measures 7.4 x 4.5 x 1.3 inches (W x H x D); includes 4 Ni-MH batteries and charger

16. Grundig G4000A AM/FM/Shortwave Radio
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B000807GJK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 12435
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The Grundig G4000A AM/FM/Shortwave Radio is a high-performance portable shortwave radio. Packed with the power to scan and lock on to even the weakest shortwave signals with rock-solid precision. Sure to please the most discerning of shortwave enthusiasts, the G4000A is capable of receiving AM, FM, continuous shortwave, and even SSB (Single Sideband) radio.

Other Features:

  • 40 randomly programmable memory presets allow for quick access to favorite stations. The memory "Free" feature automatically shows which memories are unoccupied and ready to program.
  • Multi-function liquid crystal display shows time and clock/timer modes.
  • The LCD shows simultaneous display of time, frequency, band, automatic turn-on, and sleep timer.
  • Dual clocks show time in 24-hour format.
  • Sleep timer programmable in 10-minute increments to 60 minutes.
What's in the Box
G4000A radio, AC adapter, stereo ear plugs, wind-up antenna, vinyl carry case, owner's manual, operating instructions, and warranty card. ... Read more

Features

  • Dual clocks show time in 24-hour format.
  • Runs on AC or 6-AA batteries
  • Receives AM/FM, continuous shortwave and SSB radio waves
  • 40 programmable memory presets
  • Liquid crystal display shows time and clock/timer modes.

17. Grundig M300P Mini300 Handheld Shortwave World Band Radio (Metallic Pearl)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002AHS4E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 9823
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Features

  • Receives AM, FM, and seven international shortwave signals
  • LCD screen shows the time and the frequency
  • Radio operates on 2 AA batteries
  • Listen to either AM, FM or shortwave signals through the built in speaker or the ear bud headphones
  • Compact design makes it easy to carry on any occasion

18. Grundig Yacht Boy YB300PE AM/FM Shortwave Radio
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00000JMRX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 21775
Average Customer Review: 3.64 out of 5 stars
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Grundig's 300PE portable digital radio provides power and performancefor a great price. A direct frequency keypad input panel tops the list ofinnovations incorporated into the unit, allowing quick and accurate entry ofprecise settings. The sleep timer automatically turns off the power after apreset time period so that the radio won't continue to operate indefinitely whenyou doze off. The 300PE can be powered by either three AA batteries or an ACadapter, both of which are included with the radio. ... Read more

Features

  • Receives AM, FM stereo, shortwave, and microwave bands
  • Digital AM/FM tuner
  • 24 station presets
  • Sleep timer automatically turns the power off after a preset time period
  • Direct frequency keypad input

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent reception, good price, poor audio quality.
I might have only given this radio three stars, but I think it gets a fourth for the performance it delievers at it price level.

AM and FM reception are quite good for a little radio like this. Shortwave reception is mixed. On one hand, you can pick up many stations, not just the big high-powered broadcasters that you get on low priced radios (BBC, CBC, etc.). On the other hand, they come with a lot of noise and fading distortion, and you get nothing but a local/DX switch to try to improve the situation. There's no ability to micro-tune, switchable audio or bandwidth filters, etc. I therefore feel that this is definintely an above-average radio on SW for its price, but that enthusiasts should spend more money and get something that will make distant or weak stations more pleasant to listen to. (Then again, I have come to believe that internet broadcasting is going to render SW obsolete in the U.S. and similarly developed countries, so maybe a mega-buck radio is just an unncessary expense.)

Sound quality through the internal speaker is poor. I assume this is because Grundig made a design decision to minimize battery consumption, size and weight, but that comes at the expense of a decent audio section. The sound is adequate for desktop or bedside listening of voice broadcasts. But music is tinny and the radio doesn't have enough juice to play across a mid-sized domestic room without distorting. Headphone listening is significantly better. If you think of it more as a walkman-type radio with a courtesy speaker for when the phones are inconvenient, you'll probably be pretty satisfied.

The radio is pretty easy to operate, looks good, and doesn't feel cheap. The sleep timer is a nice convenience. There are a couple things that bugged me though. One is that you have to shift between high and low shortwave bands, and cycle through FM and AM to get from SW2 down to SW1. Annoying and anachronistic. The second is that you lose your presets and clock time when your batteries go dead. I wouldn't have minded some more presets either, since I like to set favorite short-wave braodcasters on several of their frequencies to pick the clearest signal at any given time.

The radio is a good value, especially when it is discounted. With the "PE" version, not only do you get an above-average radio for the money, you get the ac adaptor, headphones, wire antenna, cheesy case, and a booklet, too. Some of their competitors make you buy this stuff separately for a good $20 or so.

Finally, a word of warning. There is some older stock of this radio floating around that appears identical to current production but has less frequency coverage than the current model (and may lack some other electronic impovements too). I actually got stuck with one of the older ones.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Radio for Kitchen
This radio has outstanding AM and FM reception compared to standard radios. I live in the northern part of Toronto and can clearly recieve Buffalo AM stations which is not the case with the other radios I own.

I don't have enough experience with Shortwave to speak to the quality of that feature.

Each band (AM, FM, SW1 and SW2) has 6 memory presets. In addition, you can direct enter any frequency you want which is rare in a radio these days.

My only complaint about this radio is its behaviour when the batteries run low. Instead of just shutting itself off for good, this Grundig radio starts to reproduce static and will shut itself off when a crackle is particularly loud. Yet you can turn the radio back on and it will go for another 5 minutes.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Value
During any given week, I probably listen to more radio than I watch TV. Public radio and shortwave might be my main sources of broadcast news and current events.

The Yacht Boy 300 PE is among the better battery-powered portables I've come across when it comes to FM reception, and it compares well with Tivoli and Boston Acoustics radios, which are excellent. I can't speak for the AM section, since I rarely listen to it. Some here have been critical of the sound from the 300's speaker, but I have no complaints. You can't expect high volume or big bass from such a small radio.

The 300's shortwave reception is very good for the price. I listen almost exclusively with just the built-in whip antenna, but there is an external wire antenna included that improves reception in some cases. A local/DX switch provides attenuation on strong signals to avoid overload, and all 13 broadcast bands are covered. Sensitivity is very good, and selectivity more than adequate.

The 300 comes with everything you need in the box, so you get a good bit for your money. The radio comes with an AC adapter, batteries, earphones, and a carry case. Like all Grundig radios I've seen, a guide to shortwave listening is included as well; a nice touch.

I tend to prefer analog tuners to digital, despite their supposed inconveniences. To me, scanning the bands is just easier with analog, or at least a rotary knob. The 300 has the usual push-buttons for tuning, but that's likely to appeal to listeners who aren't old-fashioned like I am. At any rate, the controls are logically laid out and easy enough to operate. Even I have to admit the presets are sometimes handy, and the clock and sleep timer are nice to have.

Battery life is good, but like any digitally-controlled radio that has a clock, some current is consumed even with the radio turned off. Take the batteries out if the radio isn't going to be used for a while and unplugged from AC.

Overall, I'd recommend the YB 300. The build quality seems good, all the accessories are included, and its reception is good. No radio in this price range is going to be perfect, but I give it at least four stars for what it does at its price point.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good for the casual user
Hello folks its Vince the radioman. I have been a collector and a buff for many years , love to do compares . This radio is generally ok no major complaints . The tuner quality is good ( although you can only tune down to a 5kh increment). Much better quality than the G2000a. The sound is a bit brassy but clear. Its a good little travel radio and for the casual user its certainly worth the money .I would rate this better than its competitor the Sangean ATS 404 . It has a little bit of a better tuner , better at noise reduction and it has an external ant. jack which is always a plus . Not the best radio for DXers because of the 5kh increment but you can still get some fairly decent results . Grundigs construction quality leaves a bit to be desired ( be careful its delicate!!) but all in all not a bad little radio . If you get a sale buy it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad, but not that great either
I like the rich bass sound in FM. AM is not very strong. Couldn't pick up a station which I don't think is even a weak station. Most annoying thing is the reset function. Not just talking about losing all the info in memory, I almost broke it, trying to find out what's wrong with it. ... Read more


19. Grundig FR200 AM/FM Shortwave World Band Crank Radio and Light (Pearl)
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Asin: B0002AHRWM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 1203
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Features

  • 4-band tuning (receives AM, FM, SW1, and SW2 stations)
  • Built-in power generator lets you "crank up" the radio and listen under emergency conditions
  • Built-in light makes candles obsolete
  • Rechargeable battery pack provides reliable, renewable, internal power for everyday use
  • Includes stereo headphone jack, FM/AM antennas; uses 3 AA batteries

20. Grundig FR200 AM/FM Shortwave World Band Crank Radio and Light (Yellow)
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Asin: B00065HM1Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 14184
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Features

  • 4-band tuning (receives AM, FM, SW1, and SW2 stations)
  • Built-in power generator lets you "crank up" the radio and listen under emergency conditions
  • Built-in light makes candles obsolete
  • Rechargeable battery pack provides reliable, renewable, internal power for everyday use
  • Includes stereo headphone jack, FM/AM antennas; uses 3 AA batteries

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