|Direct Access Tuning to Station Frequency or Memory Pre-Sets Direct Access Tuning function via either Remote Control or Unit Face Optional Rack Mount Kit Available Quartz PLL Synthesized Tuning System Manual/Auto/Preset Tuning 30 FM & 30 AM Station Presets Multi Function Flourescent Display Preset Memory Back-up 90min Sleep Timer Function (10 minutes step) Timer On/Off & Clock Function Full Function Remote Control Tuning Range: 87.5 MHz-108.0MHz (100kHz steps) Usable Sensitivity (IHF): Mono:10.8dBf 50dB Quieting Sensitivity: Mono:17dBf Stereo:38dBf Alternate Channel Selectivity: 65dB Image Response Ratio: 70 dB Frequency Response: 20 Hz-15 kHz + /-1.5 dB Capture Ratio: 1dB( @ 98 MHz) Distortion ( @ 65 dBf 98 MHz): Mono:Signal-to-Noise Retio(at 65 dBf 1kHz): Mono:70dB Stereo:65dB AM Suppression Ratio: 60dB Stereo Separation (1kHz ): 40 dB Output (Level /Impedance ): 800 mV/ 2.2kohm AM Section Tuning Range: 530kHz-1 720kHz (10kHz steps) Usable Sensitivity: 55dB/m ( 300uV/m Loop Antenna) Selectivity: Limit 30dB ( @ +/-10kHz ) Distortion: Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 40dB ( @ 85dB/m ) Power Requirements: 120/230 VAC 50-60Hz Power Consumption: 6 Watts Dimension: W 435 X H 88 X D287 Weight: 3.8kg|
Customer Reviews of Teac T-R670 AM/FM Stereo Tuner - 30 x AM, 30 x FM Presets
Did TEAC really design this?9/6/2008
I have bought a couple of TEAC products because of their fine tuners and easy of use. While this product tuner is OKay, it was a rather odd user interface. The strangest part of the operation is that when you turn it on, rather than defaulting to a preset mode it defaults to some wierd channel scan mode. This means that if you try to change stations the tuners goes nuts looking for all stations. This is also the only TEAC which the auto scan could not distinguish stations, it stumbles around preseting every frequence, even though nothing is really being broadcast. This forces you to do a manual set for presets. Which means when you turn it on you have select the present mode before using it or it will go nuts setting phantom stations. Which leads me to ask, is this really a TEAC product? I don't get it.