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Author Topic: The New Grundig Eton Satellit 750  (Read 5999 times)

Offline jigster

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The New Grundig Eton Satellit 750
« on: June 07, 2008, 0905 UTC »
Its surely a nice peice of equipment! Hopefully it's going to be a great radio to own. Well have to wait and see once its comes to market in the next little while! Here's a link of some great close-up pictures. What do you guys think of this radio ???

http://gizmodo.com/341112/grundig-eton-satellit-750-shortwave-radio-yes-shortwave :

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Re: The New Grundig Eton Satellit 750
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2008, 1412 UTC »
Hmmm. Hmmm. (No corq, you have too many radios already....) Hmmm... Hmmmm...

Thanks a heap. Now I'm going to obsess over it...

Just kidding, this looks slick - reminds me a bit of my Panasonic RF-2200 on the front with finger-friendly switches and buttons...LED, BNC....

Hmmm Hmmm Hmmm...

<begins ebaying her other portables to raise funds...>

I just noted, Universal Radio states on its Grundig Satellit 750 page :

"Availability Note: this model is expected mid July 2008. We will post additional information shortly."
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Re: The New Grundig Eton Satellit 750
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2010, 2247 UTC »
corq
I see you got a 750 - How do you like it? I'm not too happy with mine, main tuning knob is loose and it tunes too fast - The price was good because they gave me a G6 for free
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Re: The New Grundig Eton Satellit 750
« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2010, 0106 UTC »
Just sold the 750 but kept the G6
Think I'll just stick to the hf radios for SW
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Re: The New Grundig Eton Satellit 750
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2010, 2110 UTC »
I'm probably picking one up soon. Is it any good? I'd really like to know-or is there something better at the same price?
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