I have the previous model referred to in teh review, took it out to
remember the radio again as its been a while since I explored the machine.
Again I say that - if you can get the Kydo 1103 as its known now - then
you're getting a really hot little radio on all bands at a bargain price.
Okay, the 1103 doesn't have all the features and functionality of some
of the more expensive radio sets but for what.. $50? You're getting a
little baby that picks up the smell of an oily rag on Medium, Long,
Shortwave and FM.
On 3/05/2017 10:53 PM, Bob Hicks wrote:
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll give that a try.
As for the radio, I only use it for basic needs and AM and FM work just
Have a great day!
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Subject: Re: OT maybe Grundig G3 radio
Not at all surprised to hear this as the quality control for the G3 radio is
nothing short of terrible, I'll put a link to the review of this radio in
So how to fix the sticky radio? I've had this problem before with various
radio sets and the short answer seems to be to get a dry cloth dipped in
amonia and with this thoroughly wipe the affected surface though be sure to
have a window open whilst you work.
Okay and now for the review of the G3 radio
Grundig Globe Traveler G3 | radiojayallen
On 3/05/2017 5:10 AM, Bob Hicks wrote:
Hello list. This isn't exactly a pc audio question, but I have a
Grundig G3 Globe Traveler transistor radio which I use a lot because
TV sports broadcasters do too much bsing. Radio broadcasters are more
about the game.
My problem is this, all the external surfaces have become sticky.
Nothing in the house has this curse. How can I get rid of the problem?
Also, I need a replacement battery for a Reporter G2 radio. Is there
a Grundig support source state side? Thanks
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