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a new Sangean (non-desktop) is not under $100, but

you might find a HD1 used somewhere; I have that one which I liked. I live in Phila area where WRTI and WXPN offer analog and multiple HD bands. Possible heresy, and I don't care, but HD via these stations sounds excellent though my rig. Not a totally flat response, but quite noise free. I like it so much that I invested in a DaySequerra broadcast-type HD monitor and with it don't miss analog FM much anymore.


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