expired DPR99BL+ DAB Rechargeable Digital Radio - ONLY $139!

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DPR-99+ DAB+ | FM-RDS RECHARGEABLE PORTABLE DIGITAL RADIO RECEIVER GLOSSY BLACK

Weekly Special at Radio Parts WAS $219 - NOW $139!

FEATURES:

  • FM and DAB+ / Digital Radio Plus
  • Superior reception and sound quality
  • Re-Chargeable battery facility (Batteries not included)
  • Charging and Low Battery LED indicator
  • Compact design for use anywhere
  • FM-RDS displays station name and/or song title
  • 5 station presets per band (Total 10)
  • Battery and 240V operation (AC Adaptor supplied)
  • Menu Display for selection of major functions
  • 100 hours battery life
  • Stereo sound through headphone jack
  • Australian ‘Digital Radio Plus’ logo onproduct and gift box

Please follow the below link for FULL specifications - HURRY, Offer ends October 22nd!

http://www.radioparts.com.au/ProdView.aspx?Product=34543089


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  •  

    what does

    "Re-Chargeable battery facility"

    mean ?

    If i use rechargeable batteries, will it charge them for me when it is connected to the mains ???

  • -1 vote

    should link directly to the product and not put it in the description….

    http://www.radioparts.com.au/ProdView.aspx?Product=34543089

    edit: i don't deserve a neg, give me a reason?

  •  

    Yes exactly, see the below excerpt from the manual…

    Battery operation using rechargeable batteries:

    1. Remove the battery cover on the back of the unit by sliding the cover in the direction of the arrow.

    2. Insert six Rechargeable LR6 (AA size) batteries into the spaces in the compartment. Take care to ensure all batteries are inserted with the correct polarity as shown inside the battery compartment. The radio is designed to be used with Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) rechargeable batteries.

    3. Slide the battery switch to the Rechargeable position and then replace the battery cover.

    4. The charge indicator lights to show that the batteries are charging. Batteries will be fully charged in around 7 hours. Important: when using rechargeable batteries the battery switch must be placed in the rechargeable position. Batteries will only be charged when the radio is switched off and connected to the AC adaptor.

  •  

    No AM?

    •  

      AFAIK most AM stations have made the move to DAB+

      •  

        No AM is a bit of a pain.
        Sure, AM stations are also transmitting in DAB+, but what about when you're away from DAB+ coverage?
        The advantages of AM are the superior coverage to both FM and DAB+

  •  

    DAB/Digital Radio includes AM channels.
    Visit www.digitalradioplus.com.au for further info on Digital Radio.

  •  

    How is this better value than the Kaiser Baas DAB+ radios that are selling at Dick Smith for around $80 and sometimes down to $70, other than AFAICT the rechargeable battery feature?

    •  

      Kaiser Baas do "Digital Lifestyle Products"… Sangean has been specialising in radios since the early 70s :)

      Not trying to bad mouth Kaiser Baas here (as we stock various Kaiser Baas products), but I wouldn't compare the two.

      •  

        From what I can see the specs of this one are comparable to the KB model, small speaker, 2 line LCD display, etc, i.e. bottom of the range. Probably the same chipset too.

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