Sangean DT-200X FM-Stereo/AM Audio Digital Tuning Personal Receiver-Personal Radios

Technical Details

Technical Details
Brand Name: Sangean
Model Number: DT200X
Power Source Type: Battery
Item Height: 4.2 inches
Item Length: 1.2 inches See more technical details

Product Description

Product Description

Product Description

Sangean America AM/FM Stereo Speaker Clock/Ra DT-200X FM Transmitters

From the Manufacturer

DT-200X FM-Stereo / AM Pocket Receiver

PLL Synthesized Tuning System
19 Random Preset Stations
LCD Display with Built-in Clock
Stereo Earphone Jack
90 Minute Auto Shut Off
DBB (dynamic bass boost)
Lock Switch

simple quality, easy to use functions, and simply great design. Continue-to-date around the latest news, Weather, traffic, sports scores, and a lot more with this particular ultra-portable pocket radio from Sangean.


The DT-200X is really a small PLL-synthesized AM/FM stereo radio that's sufficiently small to slot in a shirt or coat pocket, and effective enough to drag in individuals distant AM/FM stations. Its dimensions are only 2.5 by 4.2 by 1.2 ", and Weighs in at only 3.8 oz ., which makes it portable enough to consider anywhere.

Sangean DT-200X Portable enough to take anywhere
Big Features

You get 19 memory presets (and auto scan), along with a My Personal Favorite Stations feature that will help you zip to preferred stations. Radio stations includes stereo earbuds and a removable belt clip, in addition to a trailing antenna. A stereo-mono switch improves reception if needed, and the built-in speaker affords earphones-free listening.

With Phase Loop Lock Digital Tuning and Sangean's traditional radio sensitivity, Built-In Speaker and incorporated earbuds, you'll be able to savor your morning jog, your short visit to the shore, or any other outing without missing your preferred AM/FM station if you possess the DT-200X pocket radio.

Battery Powered with Auto Shut-Off

The Sangean DT-200X runs on two AA batteries (not incorporated). A minimal-battery indicator around the Liquid crystal display provides a useful hint on when it is a good idea to carry replacements. 90-minute auto shut-off enables you to go to sleep towards the radio without anxiety about getting out of bed to dead batteries.

Product Details

Product Details
product warranty: For warranty details about the product, please click here [PDF]| Product Manual [291kb PDF]

Product dimensions: 1.2 x 2.5 x 4.2 inches ; 8 ounces
Shipping Weight: 9.4 ounces (View shipping rates and guidelines)
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Item model no .: DT200X
Batteries 2 AA batteries needed.
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (528 testimonials)
Biggest Sellers Rank: #3,613 in Electronics (See Best Players in Electronics)
#17 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > Radios > Personal Radios product warranty: For warranty details about the product, please click here [PDF]
Date first offered at world wide The month of january 1, 2007

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By Ben on March 6, 2005
If you have been thinking about purchasing whether Sangean DT 200 or DT 210 portable, look at this review.
I am writing it as being a fundamental comparison to both Sangean portables, which by themselves are fantastic radios, but when the traits and options that come with both might be fused into one... then we'd possess the Ultimate Goal of pocket portables! I'd like to create some comments that other reviewers have unsuccessful to go over concerning the DT 200.
Let us start with what the DT 200 is continually touted for, possibly much more than its cousins... AM reception. When evaluating the DT 200 and DT 210 for AM reception, There's no difference! Both perform as well. To standard daytime listening, when evaluating the selectivity/sensitivity for and the opportunity to null locals for recording an inadequate or on vacation station. Essentially ANY radio will get double to triple reception on AM at night. So within this catagory, they are The same. Embracing FM & TV audio reception inside a large metro area: the DT 200 appears a little more sensitive on bands compared to DT 210. Although unless of course you are looking to get a far more obscure station, I must say i doubt many people would watch a difference. Selectivity in the city (for radios) on FM could be tricky. I have not found a transportable of the type to perform a acceptable job of cutting lower around the serious bleeding and overloading effect caused by strong FM locals (within 10-20 miles of towers) that the good vehicle stereo or CCRadio type unit can.
TUNING & MEMORY: What's unique concerning the 200, is the fact that its 19 presets aren't band specific! If You Would Like, you might have 19 AM presets! or... 19 FM presets, OR a mix of AM/FM & TV presets... as lengthy as it is 19 or fewer! Read more › 16 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 146 of 153 people found the following review helpful Excellent Walking Companion
By Marcie Ferrero on August 16, 2003 I have owned 4 of those amazing pocket radios in the last eight years. They're solidly built, have a beating when dropped, battery existence using the newer metal-hydride batteries is great, and the seem quality with better earphones is great. All members of my family have one (so there's no argument over who had been the final one using the radio), and I keep one inside my cabin.
They fit perfectly on the belt on shirt pocket, and with nicer earbuds (Etymotic) and a powerful FM funnel, one feels like really in a concert. How big radio stations and its abilities to drag in Television channels never leaves one too not even close to the most recent news or radiowaves. The presets are simple to use, though whenever you remove batteries you have to replace within thirty seconds or even the memory from the presets disappears.
I possibly could continue, but the hearing, portability and durability is very amazing for this type of small unit having a great cost. You will not be sorry about this purchase.1 Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 177 of 188 people found the following review helpful The Consumer Interface does not meet standards..
By BB on November 29, 2005
I had been very excited to buy this portable radio but am coming back it for only a couple of days. With my job, I frequently can get stuck on the job driving heavy machinery for many days at any given time. To pass through your day, I pay attention to various talk shows. Lately, while using my battered (but nonetheless working!) The new sony AM/FM/TV/WeatherBand portable radio, I had been disappointed that among the stations I are able to get wasn't arriving that well. As I was not even close to my normal course, the station still arrived with my pickup's factory radio.
And So I started searching the web for that "best portable radio" I possibly could find. I rapidly discovered the Sangeon 200. After studying the reviews, I had been very excited to possess found the answer I had been searching for! I even selected up newer and more effective earphones to choose my purchase.
As the reception on all bands was good, to obtain the most from it, you will need to have the ability to set radio stations on the table and rotate it "just so" to lock into an AM frequency. don't misunderstand me, readily stored away efficient at what It will and we've certain laws and regulations of science here restricting what it may do, but In my application, I desired something I possibly could just clip to my belt and ignore. (I'd still prefer to know why factory radios in cars don't have to be rotated to have their internal antenna to stay tuned.)
but, like I pointed out, the DT200V Is definitely an improvement within the The new sony in getting stations. The Mono button is excellent at eliminating static on FM stations too. Even clipped to my belt, the performance was better. but what made me return this factor was the consumer interface. I had to read the instructions (only a small paragraph) three occasions to be able to learn to program stations into memory. Read more › 6 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 32 of 33 people found the following review helpful The "Classic" Shirt Pocket Radio
By junior_Tech on March 12, 2006
Sangean DT200 radios have been in production for quite a while (late 80's), and continue to be considered by many people is the better of their type. Using more contemporary technology, it might be possible create a better radio within this size class, but I've come across no indication this has occured. The Sangean DT210V and DT300VW really are a little smaller sized and lighter (the 300 also offers weather band), but no review claims that they offer better AM reception. These two smaller sized sets use AAA cells instead of AA. I consider use of AAA cells to be a distinct disadvantage (the AAA cells tend to be less economical).
For any slightly bigger set, having a bigger/better sounding speaker, whip antenna and backlight, see my review of the Sangean DT220V
The first which i received didn't work, but replaced it in a single day....THANKS !
Update May 7 2007:
This new improved version, DT200VX has a backlight !
Update April 16 2008:
Because of the switch from analog to digital TV in america, the analog channels is going to be switched off February 19, 2009... The Television Audio gang of this radio, and others enjoy it won't receive TV audio!Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again See all 528
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