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Sangean DPR-77 Portable Digital Radio $29.70 + Shipping (Free with Club Catch) @ Catch


Small rechargeable portable radio from Sangean with DAB+ and FM:
A 70% off deal from Catch's Boxing Day sale.

Easy to read LCD display with back-light
10 station presets (5 DAB+, 5 FM)
Automatic station search
Lock switch
Rechargeable or dry-cell batteries
Dimensions (approx. cm): 19.7 x 10.8 x 4.1 (W x H x D)
Speaker output: 0.5 W + 0.5 W

This is part of Boxing Day Sales for 2021

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  • +6

    It's funny how's that brand in Indonesian means "Horny" xD

  • +1

    Those speakers are going to be pretty feeble at 0.5W.

  • Perfect for camping thanks op

    • +4

      Camping anywhere off the beaten track will unlikely have DAB+ signal and fairly limited FM choice.

      iBright DAB+ (& also bluetooth portable speaker) I have from previous AusPost deals for about the same price were both 5W + 5W speakers, that are very good for outdoor uses.

      Have a Sangean portable DAB+ (earphone only) that have used for years and like a lot, but still think 1W total is going to be quite restrictive for outdoor use, unless v. close to you or in small enclosed room.


    colour screen but D cell for $41

    and it would be mono but with both of these you want to run it on a hifi to get goood soud

  • +2

    I love that this company kept on keeping on with radios - they even sell a clear radio for use in prisons:

    /rant I’m still at a loss for why almost every portable Bluetooth speaker on the market fails to consider the value of a basic radio feature. It’s only in the past few years that Panasonic put out a combined unit, and even Sony have failed to capitalise on their heritage as a pioneer of transistor radios /rant

  • +1

    Just why

    • I know…Betamax is coming back baby!

  • +2

    Too bad half the stations use 32kbps bitrate that sounds worse than FM

  • +1

    ㄥ(⸝ ، ⸍ )‾‾‾‾‾ DAB+

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