Re: Tecsun DR-920 (aka Grundig G1100/Eton E1100) Cheap on Ebay
Hello Guy, friends.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
When you said "DR-920" I immediatelly thought, "oh no!"
I have checked the site: DR-920 is physically the same G1100 receiver from
Grundig/Eton site. An search though Internet came a few pics of E1100,
identical to G1100.
About DR-920 I bought one about 1.5 years ago and now it's my dad's radio
:). It's full analog, has a frequency meter and clock. It's not PLL/DDS. Its
sensitivity is weak to poor, but its selectivity is horrible! You can listen
a strong station as far as 30 khz away from its nominal frequency. Still,
it's a nice gift for your dad who listens only to local hard-news stations
So, assuming DR-920 = G1100 = E1100 (and I am confident they are the same
receiver), I don't think they are a replacement for E100.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Guy Atkins" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 1:23 AM
Subject: [ultralightdx] Tecsun DR-920 (aka Grundig G1100/Eton E1100) Cheap
For those interested, the E100's replacement, the E1100, is available
in a Tecsun-badged version from Ebay seller "Trinityforevertrading".
The price is $12.99 with $13.00 shipping from Hong Kong.
Check out auction #250238926506 for an example of one of this
seller's auctions for the DR-920. The auction says this model is the
same as the Grundig G1100, which is the same thing as the new Eton
E1100. The seller says "we have a lot in stock".
The price certainly is low enough to be painless, in case this model
turns out to be a dog! Perhaps we ULers will get lucky and find this
to be a nice model.
I wasn't aware that an ultralight is defined as less that 20 cubic
inches in mass, and with a single bandwidth, until John Bryant
pointed it out recently. This Tecsun/Eton/Grundig model fits both
requirements with a 15.19" cubic inches measurement, and a single
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