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    Canohm introduces Sangean’s new range of digital utility radios

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    Canohm introduces the new range of digital utility radios from Sangean Radios. Canohm is the Australian distributor of Sangean Radios.  

    Sangean’s DAB+BOX ultra rugged utility ‘Tradies’ digital radios enable tradesmen and outdoor enthusiasts to listen to their favourite radio stations in clear digital sound in all work environments and weather conditions.  

    Sangean’s digital utility radios offer superior digital radio reception cutting through the static unlike traditional analogue radio reception, which is not really satisfactory in modern day work environments ranging from home renovations right through to large commercial and residential developments in indoor or outdoor conditions. 

    The Sangean DAB+BOX utility radios are rain-resistant (to JIS4), dust-resistant and shock-resistant while the 5” speaker is water-resistant and protected by a metal grill.

    Key features of Sangean DAB+BOX utility radios: 

    • Encased in an ABS plastic body, making the radio lightweight whilst providing good resistance to the weather 
    • Roll cage protection safeguards the radio in tough work environments 
    • Large backlit LCD display for easy viewing at dusty and dark work sites 
    • Auto-tune feature helps find a suitable radio station 
    • Up to 10 radio stations can be preset for quick access to favourite stations 
    • LCD display provides program information such as song title, artist and station name or even weather and traffic information if the station broadcasts this information 
    • Supplied with a 2.7m rubber AC cable that can be stored at the back of the unit when not in use 
    • Battery operation enabled with 4 x C size batteries and re-chargeable battery facility 
    • Also supports auxiliary inputs from iPhone, iPod or MP3 player 
    Sangean’s DAB+BOX utility radio is available from Harvey Norman, The Good Guys, Clive Peeters, Bing Lee, Retravision stores and speciality dealers in major capital cities broadcasting digital radio.

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