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SONY Portable Radio ICF-EX5MK2 FM AM Nikkei Analog Tunning + Carry Belt Japan250 (japan import)

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ModeloICF-EX5MK2
Peso del producto5 g
Dimensiones del producto6,3 x 26,4 x 14,9 cm
Número de modelo del productoICF-EX5MK2
Número de productoICF-EX5MK2
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Pilas / baterías necesariasNo
Incluye batería recargableNo
  
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ASINB001QHLKE6
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº1.024.125 en Electrónica (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en Amazon.es desde11 de julio de 2013
  
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Amazon.com: 3.9 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 26 opiniones
54 de 54 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Best AM-FM Portable in years! 19 de junio de 2014
Por Chris Compton - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I have been a Radio Broadcast Engineer for 4 decades,and I always have use for an good AM-FM radio to monitor the many stations I take care of. The only problem up to now was for many years there have not been many newer radios that are capable of high performance for less than $300.00. Well, one day I was shopping for a replacement for my well worn GE SRII when I came across E-Hams review of the Sony ICF-EX5MK2.The review indicated It was VERY good in all areas of MW (AM Broadcast) and a little shy on FM,and quite shy on audio quality.
Because I have been a radio junkie all my life I placed my order with Amazon.com and in three days it was at my door.
After familiarizing myself with the new Sony, I installed the 4 Sony C cells that were included,and proceeded to put the EX5MK2 through it's paces.
AM was first,I tuned the radio to KMJ 580 KHZ some 200 miles away, and theSony proudly made the connection. Mind you that I live in Lancaster and KAVL 610 KHZ with 4.9 KW is less than 3 miles from my location, not a big deal for the EX5MK2. KMJ came through with enough volume to fill fill the room, sure there was noise but KMJ was very listenable.
The next test was to listen at the higher end of the band,so I chose KWDJ 1360 in Ridgecrest, CA operating with 1000 watts, the Sony had no problem here either despite the fact there is KOSS 1380 2 Miles away with 1000 watts.
These were tests WITHOUT the Sync Detector switched on! So it was time to test the raved about Sync Detector. I tuned the Sony to 1390, KLTX, Long Beach, CA some 100 miles away and only 5 KW. By rotating the Sony I could hear that KLTX was there ,barely, so I switched on the Sync Detector and KLTX came alive,out of the noise and very understandable,WOW I was really impressed.
So it was time to check the FM,according to the reviews printed so far, not very impressive.
I tuned the Sony to 90.3 MHZ where FM Translator K212DL can be heard quite weakly at my location on other radios.
The Sony did quite well in receiving K212DL, it was noticeably quieter than most other radios on this station at this location.
All that was needed was to adjust the rod antenna for the best spot.
Next I tuned in to KFXM-LP 96.7 100 Watts 10 Miles away,the Sony made quick work of this and may I add the Audio quality although a littlle light in the Bass sounded quite good and quiet,with very good high frequency response.
One last test was on FM for selectivity. I tuned the Sony to 100.9 KRAJ in Randsburg, Ca some 100 miles away. It had no trouble in picking up KRAJ and KRTH 101.1, A blowtorch on Mount Wilson serving Los Angeles.
All in all the Sony ICF-EXMK2 is an EXTREMELY GREAT radio that will be high on top ten lists of the all time best AM-FM portable radios!
Chris Compton
Radio Broadcast Engineer
Lancaster, CA
June 18,2014
3 de 3 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent signal selectivity 4 de julio de 2016
Por Jim in Rochester - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Being a collector of radios for AM DX, I bought this somewhat expensive radio based on the fact that it is a radio built in Japan for the Japanese market and I know that the best radios are made in Japan and the USA. The dial is totally in Japanese characters, but for AM DX that is OK as you use the slide rule that incorporates European digits. The signal selectivity is excellent, as I can easily separate the two clear channel stations 1170 WWVA and 1180 WHAM. The sound tone is great even in AM. This is a solidly built radio that has a good "feel" and "sound". I believe that is worth the price if you AM DX.
6 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas and a good design make for a very good DX machine 23 de julio de 2014
Por johnnyC604 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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There is really only one reason to buy this radio if you live outside of Japan, and that is if you are interested in Broadcast Band Distance Reception, or BCB DXing. The combination of low noise, synchronous detection, a large and efficient ferrite bar antenna, and a good design make for a very good DX machine. I have not been disappointed with this radio for that purpose. I would have preferred a digital readout to make stations easier to identify, and perhaps an external antenna input with the ability to disconnect the internal antenna, but for BCB DXing, this is nearly perfect.

If you are just looking for a table radio, this would serve, but there are better choices out there. I have not tried any FM DXing with it yet, but it sure beats the pants off of the current crop of portable radios I have for AM use.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Sony's AM DX sleeper. 13 de junio de 2013
Por Glenn Sanderson - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is an exceptional analog DX AM broadcast receiver. Its large ferrite rod antenna and sensitive electronics pulls in week AM stations better than my sony 2010, and its synchronous detector is the best I have used for reducing interference with upper and lower sideband selection. Adding an external 12 inch tuned loop antenna dose little to improve its sensitivity, which shows it is already receiving close to the nose floor at my quiet Lake Tahoe location.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Recommended for its excellent selectivity. 3 de julio de 2015
Por dynajet - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This radio does everything it's claimed to do, and is a very worthy performer. It's especially competent as a medium wave AM receiver, due to its unique single sideband circuitry, which enables extremely selective tuning between two broadcast stations that are transmitting on channels 10khz apart. It's possible to select either an upper or lower sideband of the station you want to hear, and basically eliminate interference from a station on an adjacent frequency, even if the interfering station is a relatively powerful one. Its sensitivity is excellent as well, albeit slightly below that of such receivers as, say, the Panasonic RF-4900. The FM section is better than average, too, although it's not in the "DX" category. The only shortwave coverage provided won't be of much use in North America, as it's limited to some preset, non adjustable frequencies used for domestic coverage in Japan. The dial calibration on the unit I received is dead accurate, too, and the "linear" nature of the dial means that stations at the top of the dial can be separated as easily as those toward the bottom. One caveat - this radio is not designed to tune the additional AM frequencies above 1600 khz, although my sample will tune to about 1630 khz. This is a decent radio, and I have no complaints about it.


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