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  • 17/03/2019

    Очень интересный конструктор с удовольствием собрал его. Производитель некоторые детали положил даже с запасом, к сожалению в комплекте нет блока питания так что об этом прийдеться подумать самому. Вся сборка заняла около двух часов. Рекомендую всем кому интересно проводить вечера вместе с паяльником, или как развивающую игрушку для ребенка.

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  • 03/11/2018

    This was a fun kit to build. I was intimidated at first to soldering the chip right but with good magnification a clean tip I had good results and the radio works well. Generally it does tune in the first time when you push the power button and you need to turn it off then back on and it will tune and play fine once the light goes out on the digital display. The sound quality is fair for a compact radio.

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  • 25/10/2019

    went together well but dose not work no audio out of the tea5757 chip and no audio out of anything all else seamlessly work nice box but doesn’t work

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  • 26/07/2018

    Once finished the radio is working but with a very poor cuality. It is just a DIY entertaiment kit but do not buy it as a useful radio. Too much noise.

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  • 14/01/2019

    C'E' TUTTO.... IMBALLAGGIO IMPECCABILE .....GRAZIE!!

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  • 31/05/2020

    Great

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  • 24/08/2018

    I have no use for a radio because I live in Thailand and all the stations are in Thai, so this was a building project only. I completed the circuit and attached the speaker with jumper wires, and put one for the antenna. It came on to a radio station and played for about 10 minutes before shutting down. I never figured out what the problem was, whether I had made an assembly error or a part failed. It kept me entertained and a little frustrated for an evening. It's a challenging project.

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  • 23/08/2020

    Great little project for someone with a little experience since there were no directions. Works well and it just needs a good power supply. It was interesting that the LED frequency display shuts off after a few seconds, but it keeps the last tuned frequency when turned on and off with the switch. Would like to see a slightly better connection for the whip antenna for FM.

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  • 13/05/2020

    Great little kit, but it must be said that the display screen does cause interference with the speaker but disappears when it is powered off. And it doesn't remember the station very well once powered off. Not sure why this is, maybe I should have been wearing an earth band while assembling? just a thought. There is very little help to assemble so a good bit of knowledge is required and there are a couple of YouTube videos out there of people assembling it.

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  • 25/04/2020

    The kit arrived in good condition and relatively quick. One thing many first-timers will not like is no instruction, not even a basic diagram to aid in parts placement. You will have to have some understanding of electronics to be able to even begin this kit. And, of course, you must be able to solder reasonably well, the TEA5767 chip will be especially challenging as it is an SMD device. I recommend that you equip yourself with the tools for "hot air" soldering to do this part well, it can be done with an iron but requires a very steady hand and much patience. I was able to assemble it in an afternoon. One huge oversight in this kit is the antenna connection, the included antenna is not able to attach without modification. I had to enlarge the screw hole to accommodate a larger screw. The radio worked on the first try and received very well. One other small shortcoming this the case, it's troublesome to assemble and required a bit of "trial and error" to get it to go together. Once assembled, however, it is solid. Last, some better documentation would help with power supply choices, especially the plug size on the radio. A clock function would've been a nice enhancement too. If you're looking to build a small functional FM radio, however, this is a nice choice.

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