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Raddy RF75A Shortwave Radio | Bluetooth 5.0 APP Control | FM AM VHF SW WB | Type-C Charging | SOS Flashlight

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APP Control SW Radio: Thanks to the app intelligent remote control and Bluetooth 5.0 features, you can enjoy the convenience of RF75A. With its intuitive user interface and powerful wireless capabilities, you can easily control your radio from your devices(support iOS, Android, and HarmonyOS systems).

Wider Reception Range: Listen to FM, VHF, AM, SW, and WB, and stay up-to-date with your favorite radio shows and music with this powerful multi-band receiver. RF75A has a wider range of shortwave frequencies compared to the RF750.

Automatic Scan and Manual Storage: You can save up to 396 stations, so you can easily access your favorite stations. Experience powerful sound and crystal clear reception with its 9.85' wire antenna.

Personal Music Player: Boost your music experience with this all-in-one outdoor audio system. With Bluetooth 5.0 feature, a 3.5mm earphone socket, and a TF card socket, you can easily connect to your personal audio devices and connect to your computer as a speaker.

Outdoor Companion: This one-of-a-kind radio is designed to be small and lightweight, making it ideal for travel and outdoor activities. Use the flashlight and SOS for emergencies.

CLICK HERE to download manual & Bluetooth Remote APP Using Guidance.


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Raddy RF75A Review – Pocket Radio with Interesting Bells and Whistles
By Robert Gulley K4PKM Before we get into specifics, two things are worth mentioning right off: I was asked if I would be interested in reviewing this radio by our fearless shortwave listening leader, Thomas, and the copy I have was provided to me at no cost by Radioddity directly. (I have no other affiliation with them, but have recently purchased a GMRS mobile radio from them which I am looking forward to using when I finish my review of the Raddy RF75A.) This is, as you will see from the photos I am including, a pocket radio, not to be confused with a tabletop radio or a small portable radio such as the CCRadio Skywave or similar radio. I mention this because invariably there will be folks who expect tabletop or portable quality from a radio about the size of a playing card. It is not going to happen! Having those thoughts out of the way, the quick and dirty answer as to the quality of the radio is, I am impressed. For those who have not read anything related to my past experience with radios, I have been a shortwave listener since I was about 10 years old, and now in my early sixties. So, I have seen a fair number of radios in my time (speaking as an old codger, or is that curmudgeon?) and have even moved with the times to incorporate SDRs into my radio arsenal. Each style of radio has its place, and a pocket radio is designed to be the ultimate in portability and space savings. As light as this shirt pocket radio is, it still manages to feel reasonably solid, and of course, it could be packed into anything one was taking along for a trip. (The radio measures 2.5″ x 3.5″ x 1″. Playing card and cell phone battery for comparison.) Here are some specs from the manufacturer’s website (saving you my long-winded descriptions!): APP Control SW Radio: Thanks to the app intelligent remote control and Bluetooth 5.0 features, you can enjoy the convenience of RF75A. With its intuitive user interface and powerful wireless capabilities, you can easily control your radio from your devices (support iOS, Android, and HarmonyOS systems). Wider Reception Range: Listen to FM, VHF, AM, SW, and WB, and stay up-to-date with your favorite radio shows and music with this powerful multi-band receiver. RF75A has a wider range of shortwave frequencies compared to the RF750. Automatic Scan and Manual Storage: You can save up to 396 stations, so you can easily access your favorite stations. Experience powerful sound and crystal-clear reception with its 9.85′ wire antenna. Personal Music Player: Boost your music experience with this all-in-one outdoor audio system. With Bluetooth 5.0 feature, a 3.5mm earphone socket, and a TF card socket, you can easily connect to your personal audio devices and connect to your computer as a speaker. Outdoor Companion: This one-of-a-kind radio is designed to be small and lightweight, making it ideal for travel and outdoor activities. Use the flashlight and SOS for emergencies.   What’s in the box? 1 x Raddy RF75A 1 x Storage bag 1 x Lanyard 1 x Wire antenna 1 x Type-C charging cable 1 x Earphone   Reception I always like to start a radio review by either listening to AM stations first, or WWV time stations for checking out shortwave reception. In this instance I started listening to AM stations in the daytime to see what I could hear on a typical day (no storms nearby, early spring, etc.). Living in a fairly remote area I was surprised it captured as many stations as it did, making me think the ferrite bar inside must designed well for such a small radio. Evening and nighttime listening brought in many of the usual stations with which we are familiar, particularly the so-called Clear Channel stations. What was more impressive were the many small stations I was able to pick up, not only at night, but early in the morning around 8 a.m. One in particular caught my attention as I am quite certain I have never captured them before, was WHKY 1290, Hickory North Carolina. That’s a distance of about 285 miles, received in the morning. I am only about 50 miles from Cincinnati and cannot receive some of their smaller stations on any radio! Color me impressed! Nighttime brought stations in from several thousand miles, as you would expect, yet I was likewise impressed with this little radio’s capabilities on AM. (Left: Surprisingly effective Ferrite Bar | Right: Side vide showing the magnetic wire wrap) FM I confess to not being much of an FM listener, but I did tune around the band for FM stations to test its ability to “lock on” to signals (as indicated by a tiny red light) and to pick up stations from quite a good distance away with clarity and good sound. This might be a good time to mention the quality of sound from the small 3 Watt(!) speaker and bass boost from the back. Again, this is not my Sangean 909 X2 with a large speaker, nor my CC Radio EP, but it has rather amazing clarity and volume capability for such a small radio. I cranked the volume up quite high with no distortion, and even though the speaker is small, the bass boost seems to round out the sound quite nicely, avoiding some of tinny sounding speakers common in such a small radio. Weather The radio has coverage of the NOAA weather radio stations and it surprised me with being able to receive 4-5 stations, more than I have gotten with most other radios. All but one of the signals were crystal clear, with the fifth having some noise, but still quite intelligible. Air Band This radio includes the air band frequencies and amateur 2-meter frequencies (30.000-199.975 MHZ). I am usually able to receive some signals, but I am quite far away from any local airports or repeaters, so my main reception is from CVG, Greater Cincinnati Airport. While the radio scans the air band frequencies, like any other radio, it is best to find local frequencies you want to hear and program them into memory so you are not wasting a lot of time scanning dead air (these are country specific). Likewise amateur repeaters or GMRS, marine, or public service channels would be best used in memory channels except when scanning for new frequencies. SWL Shortwave listening is very respectable, with frequency ranges between 4.750-21.850 MHz (it does not have SSB capability). Tuning can be accomplished by pressing and holding one of the directional tuning keys for about 2 seconds, a long press scans faster. A single press of either directional button will move the frequency increment based on the band/mode chosen. The radio also features something I have come to really like: a pause button which works not only in music mode, but also when receiving regular radio signals, activated by a quick press of the power button. The frequency is held while pause is active, and then releasing the pause with a second quick press of the power button resumes with all your setting still active. When comparing this with another radio it was particularly useful instead of having to turn the volume down like most radios. This feature is also nice for answering a call or other interruption, and you resume right where you left off. Sound Effects, TF Card, Audio in, Bluetooth Usage and other Errata I have not covered these features as they do not impact radio reception, but I mention them just for completeness. All of these features are available and can be read about in the user’s manual. I will mention the flashlight feature and the emergency siren features, as these are useful for portable operation. The light is quite bright, and the siren will hurt your ears if you trip it accidentally, especially more than once. Ask me how I know! There is a sleep timer as well as an alarm clock function, with the sleep timer adjustable by default starting at 90 minutes. Most buttons have multiple functions depending on the mode employed, so reading the manual is important for some of these features. I was able to get up and running without reading the manual initially, but some features were functional only in certain modes, so eventually you will need the manual which can be downloaded from the Radioddity site.   The App A bit of a novelty in this size and type of radio is the Apple/Android app available to control radio functions remotely through Bluetooth connectivity. I have to say, on Android at least, the app is beautiful and I wish more apps used such a clear color scheme and large controls. Your mileage may vary based on your preferences, but I like it!   As to function, the app gives you more information than the radio screen, such as the Bandwidth, SNR, received signal strength and the volume setting in one display. As a side note, the radio can still be adjusted at the radio, and then changes are reflected in the app almost instantaneously. Of course, the main use for the app is to operate remotely, and the controls are easy to use, including, most importantly, direct keyboard entry of frequencies! This is always the biggest drawback to small radios without a keypad. There are instructions for using the app, but for the most part the app is laid out so well you can control the radio pretty much intuitively. (The free Phone app on an Android phone. I like the crisp, clear layout and colors, and the intuitive design.) Negatives – Yep, there are a few. When tuning with a single press each time there is some soft muting – fortunately it does not last long, but it is there. The buttons also make a clicking sound, not too loud, but it is there. If something like that annoys you, be aware all the buttons make a mechanical click. I have noticed on several occasions that the band/mode button may stick slightly and take you past where you want to go. Not a big problem, but it does happen now and again. Of course, this could just be my unit. Also, naturally, the buttons are small. And while I did not have much of an issue even with fairly large fingers, there were times when I pressed the desired button but also hit the one below it. Not a problem for me, but again, if you have very large fingers you may find the radio a bit tricky to navigate in some places. (This only happened on the front buttons for me, the tuning buttons are adequately spaced for most anyone I think.) The telescoping antenna is probably the weakest point on the radio – similar to most radios, really. It is thin and could be bent easily. I had no difficulties, but I always took care to raise it gently and watched where I was moving the radio around. Then again, I do that will all my radios with telescoping antennas. Just a heads-up to be careful. Concluding Thoughts I like this little radio, and will probably keep it in my car for those times when I might want to listen to the radio out and about, check the NOAA weather forecast, use the flashlight, or (hopefully never need) to use the siren. The battery seems to last a long time on a charge when using the radio – I cannot spaeak to the MP3 drain or a prolonged flashlight/siren drain, but under normal use it seems excellent. It uses a USB-C connection like my phone, so charging is not an issue for me. It will almost fully charge in an hour; the instructions say 2 hours. Pocket radios certainly have their niche, and I think this one does quite well in that role. If you are in the market for such a radio, I think you will be pleased, especially for the price and the addition of the free remote-control app. 73! Click here to check out the Raddy RF75A.
Everything You Want to Know About Shortwave Radio
Shortwave radio is a form of radio transmission that has been around since the early 20th century. It uses high frequency signals that can travel long distances, making it possible to communicate with people across the globe. In this blog post, we will explore the fascinating world of shortwave radio and its many uses. Shortwave Radio for Communication Shortwave radio has been used for communication purposes for decades. During World War II, it was a vital tool for military communication, as it allowed soldiers to communicate with each other across long distances. Today, shortwave radio is still used for communication in areas where other forms of communication are not available or reliable. For example, it is commonly used by sailors and offshore workers to communicate with each other and with the mainland. Shortwave radio is also used by amateur radio operators, or "hams" who use it to communicate with other hobbyists around the world.   Shortwave Radio for Information and Entertainment In addition to its use for communication, shortwave radio is also a valuable source of information and entertainment. Many countries around the world use shortwave radio to broadcast news and information, particularly in areas where access to the internet is limited. Shortwave radio is also used to broadcast music, sports, and other forms of entertainment. Some shortwave radio stations even broadcast programs in multiple languages, making it possible for people in different parts of the world to listen to the same content.   Shortwave Radio Today While shortwave radio has been around for a long time, it is still a valuable tool today. In fact, it is often used in emergency situations, such as natural disasters. When other forms of communication may be down, it's important to have reliable communication tools that can connect you to help quickly and efficiently. That's where shortwave radios like the Raddy RF75A come in. With its built-in flashlight and SOS function, radios like RF75A are essential toosl for anyone who wants to stay connected during emergencies or disasters. It is also a popular hobby among amateur radio operators, who use it to communicate with other enthusiasts around the world. And for those who are interested in world news and culture, shortwave radio offers a unique perspective that can't be found in other forms of media.   Shortwave Radio V.S. Longwave Radio Shortwave radio and longwave radio are two different frequency bands used in radio broadcasting. Shortwave radio operates on frequencies between 1.6 and 30 MHz, while longwave radio operates on frequencies between 30 and 300 kHz. Shortwave radio is popular for international broadcasting and communicating with remote regions, while longwave radio is used for navigation and communicating with submarines. Shortwave radio can reach a wider audience due to its ability to bounce signals off the ionosphere, but the quality of the transmission can be compromised by interference and atmospheric conditions. Longwave radio, on the other hand, is less affected by interference and is useful for transmitting signals over long distances. Both shortwave and longwave radio have their strengths and weaknesses and are used for different purposes. How Far Can a Shortwave Radio Reach? Shortwave radio has been around for almost a century, but its capabilities to reach far distances remain a topic of interest to many enthusiasts. A typical shortwave radio can reach up to thousands of miles, depending on several factors. These include the time of day, season, weather conditions, and the power of the radio transmitter. During the day, the ionosphere is denser and can reflect more radio waves, making it easier for signals to traverse long distances. At night, the ionosphere's density decreases, reducing the range of shortwave radios. In addition, season and weather conditions can affect radio signal strength, with colder temperatures and clear skies generally producing stronger signals. The power of the radio transmitter also plays a significant role in determining how far a shortwave radio can reach. The higher the wattage of the transmitter, the farther the signal can travel. However, there are legal limits to the amount of power that can be transmitted, depending on the country's regulations. In conclusion, shortwave radios can reach far distances, but the range depends on various factors. Nevertheless, with proper tuning and equipment, shortwave radio enthusiasts can communicate with other enthusiasts from around the world. How to Choose a Shortwave Radio? When choosing a shortwave radio, it is important to consider the various frequency bands it covers. A good shortwave radio should be able to receive signals in the AM, FM, SW (shortwave), WB (weather band) and VHF (Very High Frequency) bands. While AM and FM bands are commonly found in most radios, the SW and WB bands are particularly important for shortwave radios. The SW band allows you to pick up signals from various parts of the world, while the WB band allows you to get real-time weather updates from your local area. The VHF band is important for aviation enthusiasts, as it allows them to tune in to air traffic control signals. Some radios also offer SSB (single sideband) which can enhance reception of weaker signals. Raddy shortwave radio offers an extensive selection of features for shortwave listeners (SWLer). The RF760 and RF320 models both provide air band reception, enabling users to tune in to a variety of aviation communication channels. Additionally, the RF760 model offers the added benefit of SSB modulation, which is essential for tuning in to some international stations. With these features, Raddy shortwave radios provide a comprehensive listening experience that caters to the needs of SWLers who want to stay informed on global events. Another factor to consider is portability. A good shortwave radio should be lightweight and easy to carry around. It should have a powerful battery that can last for hours, especially if you plan to use it outdoors or during emergencies. Additionally, the radio should have a sturdy build that can withstand rough handling. Some models also come with additional features such as a built-in flashlight, USB port, and micro SD card slot. These features can come in handy during power outages. Thirdly, you'll want to consider the features and functions of the radio. Look for a model that offers a good tuning system, as well as clear and accurate sound quality. Raddy RF75A, RF760 and RF320 are digital tuning, especially RF320 has the finest tuning knobs. Other features to look for include a built-in clock, alarm, bluetooth connection, app remote control and memory presets, or its retro look. Ultimately, the best shortwave radio for you will depend on your specific needs and preferences. RF919 RF760 RF320 RF75A RF750 https://www.radioddity.com/products/raddy-rf919 https://www.radioddity.com/products/raddy-rf760 https://www.radioddity.com/products/raddy-rf320 https://www.radioddity.com/products/raddy-rf75a https://www.radioddity.com/products/raddy-rf750 Band Frequency Range Sensitivity Stored Stations Battery Type Battery Speaker Screen Support SSB Antenna Tuner Bluetooth External Antenna Port Type-C APP Control Earphone Jack Micro SD Card Audio Format FM/AM/SW/CB/VHF/UHF/WB/AIR@@FM: 64-108MHZ AM: 153-1710kHz SW: 2-30MHz CB: 25.00-28.00MHz VHF & UHF: 20.000-999MHZ WX: 162.400-162.550 MHz AIR: 118.00-138.00MHz@@FM: 2uv AM: 1mV/m SW: 20uV CB: 10dBuV VHF: -9dBuV UHF: -9dBuV WX:-9dBuV AIR: 1uV@@1600@@Replaceable@@5000mAh@@20W@@Dual Screen@@✔@@✔@@✔@@3@@✔@@✔@@✔@@Support Max 256GB@@MP3, WMA, WAV, APE, FLAC@@ FM/AM/SW/CB/VHF/UHF/WB/AIR@@FM: 64-108MHZ AM: 520-1710kHz SW: 2-30MHz CB: 25.00-28.00MHz VHF & UHF: 20.000-520MHZ WX: 162.400-162.550 MHz AIR: 118.00-138.00MHz@@FM: 1.5uv AM: 2mV/M SW: 30uV CB: 10dBuV VHF: -8dBuV UHF: -8dBuV WX:-8dBuV AIR: 3uV@@700@@Replaceable@@1000mAh@@1W@@Single Screen@@✔@@@@@@1@@✔ @@ @@ ✔@@ @@ @@ FM/AM/SW/VHF/WB/AIR@@FM: 64-108MHZ AM: 520-1710KHZ SW:3.20-21.95MHZ VHF: 30.000-199.975MHZ WB:162.400-162.550MHZ AIR:118.00-138.00MHZ@@FM≤8dB VHF≤8dB AM≤86dB SW≤40dB AIR≤8dB@@995@@Replaceable@@2000mAh@@5W@@Single Screen@@@@@@✔@@1@@✔@@✔@@✔@@Support Max 256GB@@MP3, WMA, WAV, APE, FLAC@@ FM/AM/SW/VHF/WB@@FM: 64-108MHZ AM: 520-1710KHZ SW:4.750-21.850MHZ VHF: 30.000-199.975MHZ WB:162.400-162.550MHZ@@FM≤8dB VHF≤8dB AM≤86dB SW≤40dB@@369@@Fixed@@1000mAh@@3W@@Single Screen@@@@@@✔@@1@@✔@@✔@@✔@@Support Max 256GB@@MP3, WAV, WMA@@ FM/AM/SW/WB@@FM: 87.5-108MHz AM: 520-1720KHz SW: 5.7-17.9MHz WB: 162.400-162.550MHz@@FM≤8dB MW≤86dB SW≤32dB@@110@@Replaceable@@1000mAh@@3W@@Single Screen@@@@@@✔@@1@@ ✔@@ @@ @@Support Max 256GB@@MP3, AV, WMA@@ Shortwave Listening Tips Listen to Asia and Australia in the morning and listen to Europe at night. No SW frequency operates 24 hours. You may not hear anything unless you are listening at the right time, or you may hear another language, or you may hear some other country sharing the frequency. Many countries are better heard in non-English broadcasts. Explore the dial and you will hear many fascinating things, including exotic music. Some stations only air a few minutes of English; or only in ID announcements (Mexico); or only language lessons (Ecuador). Country of origin is shown. Many of the frequencies are relayed from elsewhere. In the case of China, all of them shown below are relays. Don't assume any particular frequency is actually coming directly from the originating country. Some major countries no longer broadcast to North America intentionally, such as Australia, Germany, South Africa or the UK. Longer frequency lists for these give you more chances to hear something directed elsewhere. More than one station may be involved under some countries, or even outside broadcasts to that country (Liberia, Nigeria, Sudan). Many of the strongest signals from strictly religious broadcasters in the US and elsewhere are not shown.   Conclusion Shortwave radio may seem like an outdated technology, but it is still a valuable tool for communication, information, and entertainment. Its ability to travel long distances makes it a useful tool in areas where other forms of communication are not available, and its unique programming offers a perspective that can't be found elsewhere. Whether you are an amateur radio operator or simply curious about the world, shortwave radio is definitely worth exploring.

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This shortwave radio with app intelligent remote control is the perfect solution for tuning in to broadcasts from around the world. With its intuitive app control, you can easily select and control the radio's various functions from anywhere in the world.

Six Sound Effects

For an even greater listening experience, the RF75A offers six sound effects to choose from, including normal, pop, rock, classic, jazz, and country.
Perfect for Outdoors

The flashlight and SOS function make the RF75A not only a shortwave radio but also an emergency kit. It is the perfect companion for your next backyard barbecue or camping trip.
 
3W Bass Speaker

The 3w bass speaker delivers powerful bass, clear alto, and loud treble for the ultimate sound experience.
Long Service Time

Utilizing a Type-C charging port, the unit can be quickly recharged with a 1000mAh battery in 3-4 hours and lasts up to 7-8 hours.
Six Backlight Colors

Six stunning backlight colors add a vibrant visual touch to your music.
 
Sleep Timer and Alarm Clock

Set your radio to turn off automatically after a certain amount of time, as well as set an alarm clock to make sure you don't miss important news and broadcasts.

RF75A

RF320

RF760

RF750

RF30

Band

Frequency Range

Sensitivity

Stored Stations

Battery

Bluetooth

w/ External Wire Antenna

SOS & Flashlight

APP Control

Earphone Jack

Micro SD Card

Audio Format

FM/AM/SW/VHF/WB@@FM: 64-108MHZ
AM: 520-1710KHZ
SW:4.750-21.850MHZ
VHF: 30.000-199.975MHZ
WB:162.400-162.550MHZ@@FM≤8dB
VHF≤8dB
AM≤86dB
SW≤40dB@@369@@Fixed@@✔@@✔@@✔@@✔@@✔@@Support Max 256GB@@MP3, WAV, WMA@@
FM/AM/SW/VHF/WB/AIR@@FM: 64-108MHZ
AM: 520-1710KHZ
SW:3.20-21.95MHZ
VHF: 30.000-199.975MHZ
WB:162.400-162.550MHZ
AIR:118.00-138.00MHZ@@FM≤8dB
VHF≤8dB
AM≤86dB
SW≤40dB
AIR≤8dB@@995@@Replaceable@@✔@@✔@@✔@@✔@@✔@@Support Max 256GB@@MP3, WMA, WAV, APE, FLAC@@
FM/AM/SW/CB/VHF/UHF/WB/AIR@@FM: 64-108MHZ
AM: 520-1710kHz
SW: 2-30MHz
CB: 25.00-28.00MHz
VHF & UHF: 20.000-520MHZ
WX: 162.400-162.550 MHz
AIR: 118.00-138.00MHz@@FM: 1.5uv
AM: 2mV/M
SW: 30uV
CB: 10dBuV
VHF: -8dBuV
UHF: -8dBuV
WX:-8dBuV
AIR: 3uV@@700@@Replaceable@@@@✔@@ @@ @@ ✔@@ @@ @@
FM/AM/SW/WB@@FM: 87.5-108MHz
AM: 520-1720KHz
SW: 5.7-17.9MHz
WB: 162.400-162.550MHz@@FM≤8dB
MW≤86dB
SW≤32dB@@110@@Replaceable@@✔@@✔@@ @@ @@ @@Support Max 256GB@@MP3, AV, WMA@@
FM/AM/SW@@FM: 87-108MHz
AM: 522-1710KHz
SW: 4.75-21.85MHz@@ @@440@@Replaceable@@✔@@ @@ @@ @@✔@@Support Max 32GB@@MP3, WMA@@
Specificatins
AM: 520-1710KHZ
FM: 64-108MHZ
SW: 4.750-21.850MHZ
WB(Weather Band): 162.400-162.550MHZ
VHF: 30.000-199.975MHZ
Reception Sensitivity: AM:86dB | FM: ≤8dB | SW: 40dB | VHF: ≤8dB
Static current ≤70uA
Speaker Φ40mm / 4Ω / 3W
SNR(Signal to Noise Ratio) FM/VHF: ≥40dB | MW: ≥30dB | SW: ≥40dB
Stored Staion 396 (FM/VHF/Mediumwave/Shortwave: 99 each)
Buletooth Info VER 5.0 | ≤65 feet receiving (20 meter)
Minimum operating voltage 3.4V
External input voltage DC .5V
Lithium Battery 3.7V 1000mAh
Spport Audio Format: MP3, WAV, WMA
TF Card Max Capacity: Max 256GB
Size/Weight: 3.6’’ x 2’’ x 1'' / 3.7 oz | 9.2 x 5.3 x 2.6cm / 105g


Note:

1. About Bluetooth Control App download
 - Android system: scan the QR code in the Raddy RF75A APP Instruction to download and install App "Radio-CT"
 - iOS system: App Store - search "Radio-CT" to download

2. About Bluetooth Connection
 - Connect to RF75A in your phone setting when turn to the Bluetooth Speaker Mode
 - Connect to RF75A-BLE in App's Bluetooth list when turn to the Bluetooth App Control Mode

3. About Antennas
 - When receiving FM, VHF, SW, and WB bands, please pull out the antenna adjusting the length. If there is a strong radio interference that leads to a cross station, you can shorten the antenna.
 - When receiving AM broadcast. RF75A uses a built-in magnetic antenna to receive medium waves. The magnetic antenna has certain directionality when it receives the signal. Therefore, when receiving a medium wave, you should rotate the direction of the machine body appropriately to find the best reception effect.

3. Chargers with output voltage of DC 5 V/ IA-DC 3A are recommended.

What's in the box?
1 x Raddy RF75A
1 x Storage bag
1 x Lanyard
1 x Wire antenna
1 x Type-C charging cable
1 x Earphone


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5. For shipping options to other countries, please visit our EXPANDED INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING page.

6. Please be aware that for outlet items, pre-orders, and open box items, the shipping services and charges may vary.
 

How Do I Change The Shipping Address Or Cancel My Order


Contact support@radioddity.com (CLICK HERE) immediately if you need to change the shipping address or cancel your order. Please be advised that some orders are shipped very soon after placement and it will not always be possible to make changes to the shipping address and/or cancel the order.

 

Frequently Asked Questions


1. What forms of payment do you accept?
Radioddity.com currently accepts PayPal* or credit card for all orders.
*When purchasing with PayPal, your shipping address will automatically default to the address on file with PayPal, regardless of the shipping address you enter on your Radioddity.com order.

2. Why has my credit card payment failed?
Payment with a credit card may fail because of bank authorization and fraud prevention systems. If you are having trouble making a payment via Credit Card, you may contact your card issuing bank or PayPal directly. Here are PayPal's phone numbers:
+1-888-221-1161 (US & Canada Toll Free) +1-888-215-5506 (US & Canada Toll Free)
+1-402-935-7733 (International) +1-402-935-2050 (International)

3. How do I know if it is safe to shop with you?
Radioddity.com takes great pride in offering a safe and secure online shopping experience. We also respect your privacy and we're committed to protecting it.

4. Is there any discount for bulk/volume purchases?
Radioddity does provide discounts for some bulk/volume purchases. Please email our customer service for more details.

5. Do you ship internationally?
Yes, we do! We ship to US & EU countries. For some products, we ship to CA.

6. How can I contact Radioddity.com for additional assistance?
Email Customer service:
please email us via support@radioddity.com, and we will respond to your email as quickly as possible, usually within 24-48 hours.

7. How are warranties handled?
Repairs on defective merchandise are handled by the manufacturers and not by Radioddity unless otherwise indicated. If any item arrives damaged due to shipping, immediately contact the courier. Keep all shipping materials and contact us immediately.

8. Why didn't I receive an order confirmation email after my PayPal payment is completed?
We send a confirmation email to your primary PayPal email address or the e-mail address you have specified if you used the "PayPal Express Checkout" method. Make sure that you have a Radioddity account registered under your PayPal account's primary e-mail address.
In rare circumstances, a technical bug confirmed by PayPal can get in the way. If you do not receive any information at all, and your order does not appear in your Radioddity account, please contact us and send us your order details.

9. How do I change the shipping address or cancel my order?
Please contact customer service immediately if you need to change the shipping address or cancel your order. Please be advised that some orders are shipped very soon after payment and it will not always be possible to make changes to the shipping address and/or cancel the order.

10. What does Radioddity.com charge for shipping order and how long will it be before I receive my order?
Please CLICK HERE to learn about our shipping policy.

11. Do you ship to PO boxes or Military APO/FPO addresses?
Only USPS can ship to both PO Boxes and Military APO/FPO addresses. The items have to be less than 2kg. Please allow additional time for orders to be shipped to these addresses. Express shipping cannot be sent to both PO Boxes and Military APO/FPO addresses.

12. Why am I unable to track my order?
It can sometimes take 24-48 hours or so for tracking information to update once an order has shipped from our warehouse.
Occasionally, a package may not receive the proper origin and transit scans while on its journey to you, so neither us nor express is able to track the exact location of the package in transit.
Please email us if you do not receive your order by the end of the quoted time frame. Please note that orders shipping via UPS can be delivered as late as 9:00 pm local time in some areas.

13. Taxes, Customs, & Duties
If the package is checked by your country's customs office when the item arrives in your country, most websites are declaring that you are responsible for import duties, tariffs, and taxes. However, Radioddity will be happy to go fifty-fifty with customers. Quality customer service is our highest value and we try our best to reduce our customer’s loss.

14. How do I return products if I am unsatisfied?
Please CLICK HERE to learn about our return policy.

15. What do I do if received the wrong item?
Return the wrong item. If the item you received is completely different from the one you ordered, please contact our Customer Service with photos or videos of the different product. If a return is necessary, replacement plus return shipping cost will be issued to you on receiving the returned product. Or if you decide to keep it, we will offer a 10% discount for buying it.

16. How do I return defective items?
If your product turns out to be a defective one with physical damage within 30 days from the initial receiving date. You can mail the item back in the original package without any wear and tear for a free replacement. However, you will need to provide photos and videos showing the defect(s) of the product.
*NOTE: We strongly recommend obtaining and saving your return tracking number until you are notified that we have completed your refund.*

17. When will a replacement be sent?
Replacements are treated the same way as that of new orders -- they typically arrive in 10 to 13 days. If a product needs to be returned for replacement, the replacement is sent after receiving the returned item.

18. How long does it take for me to get a refund?
It may take 1 or 2 weeks for your return to reach our warehouse. Once it is received and inspected (usually within 72 hours of arrival) your refund will be processed and automatically applied to your credit card or original method of payment within 2 days. Please note that depending on your credit card company, it may take additional 2-10 business days after your credit is applied for it to post to your account.

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