*NEW RADIO* Radioddity Raddy RF-320

Meet the Raddy RF320, the shortwave radio that’s changing the way you listen. With the app remote control, you will easily customize your listening experience from your phone. Connect your Bluetooth-enabled device with BT 5.0 and enjoy wireless streaming of your favorite music. Load up your favorite tunes on a memory card for direct playback with TF card support. This compact radio is designed with convenience in mind, so you can take it with you anywhere. Whether you’re at home or on the go, the RF320 has got you covered.

Comprehensive Coverage: RF320 is an exceptional shortwave radio that can receive AIR, FM, VHF, MW(AM), SW, and WB signals, providing you with a comprehensive coverage of global news, sports, music, weather and entertainment on the go.

User-friendly App Design: This advanced device supports BT 5.0 connection for iOS, Android, and HarmonyOS systems with app remote control. You can use the app to conveniently record your favorite show, digitally tune using the numerical keypad, name channels, and more with just a few taps.

Advanced Tuning and 955 Station Storage: The RF320 has auto, semi-auto, and manual search functions, along with digital and manual knob tuning. With fine-tuning knobs offering a minimum step value of 0.005MHZ, you can easily find your desired frequency. It also allows you to save up to 995 stations, including 199 each for AIR, FM, VHF, MW, and SW.

More than A Receiver: Connect your phone or other devices via Bluetooth or TF card playback, enjoy your favorite music, podcasts, or audiobooks on the go. It also can be an emergency kit with flashlight and SOS functions.

Enhanced Using Experience with Accessories: With the 9.8′ wire antenna included, you’ll experience improved reception no matter where you go. Moreover, the RF320 is incredibly portable, thanks to its lanyard, making it ideal for on-the-go listening.

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