The new Recepter Radio has tuner performance found only in the most advanced component receivers costing many times its price. Its ability to pull in weak FM stations separates it
from conventional radios, and its high selectivity allows it to separate closely spaced stations clearly.
The Boston Acoustics Recepter Radio’s surprising performance is made possible by Boston Acoustics’ years of experience in designing and manufacturing high-performance audio equipment. The key to the Radio’s sound is its Boston designed wide-range driver. Optimized specifically for the Radio, it’s combined with an actively-equalized amplifier that uses proprietary Boston BassTrac® circuitry for full, satisfying bass even at low volume. The result is a unit that delivers smooth, natural response and room-filling sound that belies its small size. This outstanding audio performance is coupled with a highly sensitive AM/FM tuner with a 20 preset-station memory for clear, distortion-free reception.
The Radio also has two independent wake-up alarms. Either alarm can be set to music, buzzer, or both.A large, easy-to-read LCD display clearly presents the station, clock, and
alarm/sleep status, while a built-in sleep function lets the Radio play for up to 60 minutes before turning off automatically.
The Radio is easy to use and set: Times and stations can be quickly selected by turning a knob rather than repeatedly pressing buttons.And once you have stored your favorite stations
in memory, the tuning knob can be set to tune in only those stations.