In case you're looking for a small-size radio receiver that your shirt's front pocket could easily accommodate, the DT-180V form Sangean might be one of the niftiest solutions in case you don't want to spend more than $50 on such audio gear. But if you take a closer look at this small jewel, you'll instantly see that we're talking something more than your common, 3-bucks receiver you kept on complaining about.
The first thing you'll notice when taking a look at the Sangean DT-180V is its absolutely cool design: a rounded stylish and streamlined shape with clean and friendly looks and a very careful craftsmanship, which will involuntarily make you think about the iPod. Coming in an elegant white finish or in sober black, the Sangean DT-180V boasts features which have been critical in every Sangean high-class radio until now: extreme sensitivity for radio reception for letting you listen to your fav radio shows and TV channels in places where other radios would give you noise, great ease of use for a comfortable feel and fast access to your preferred content.
The Sangean DT-180V also comes with serious improvements: increased LCD size and 20 station presets, AM, FM and TV reception (channel 2-13 NTSC), automatic tuning system with auto-search and a stereo/mono switch. Just in case you think this is not enough, Sangean have added a stereo headphone jack, tuning and low battery indicator and a very useful Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB); and to keep you listening without interruptions due to accidental pressing of buttons as the Sangean DT-180V is in your bag, a key lock button has been added. The Sangean DT-180V retails for just under $50 and keeping in mind you get headphones and you're ready to go right out of the box, things look pretty cool.