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Saturday, 20th December 2003
TEAC launches SR-L30 DAB/FM portable DAB digital radio

Hi-fi manufacturer TEAC has launched its new TEAC SR-L30 dual band DAB/FM radio, featuring twin speakers and 10 DAB presets in a varnished maple wooden cabinet.

The SR-L30 offers ten DAB digital Band III and thirty FM presets, accessed through 6 preset buttons. The radio offers manual and automatic station tuning, a backlit blue LCD matrix display and twin full-range 3 inch speakers, producing 2 Watts power output per speaker.

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TEAC SR-L30 DAB digital radio
The striking TEAC SR-L30 offers both analogue and digital outputs

The striking, modern-looking TEAC SR-L30 lets you connect it to a separate hi-fi system through standard RCA phono outputs and the radio is powered by the mains, through its supplied AC to DC adaptor. It also features digital optical outputs for connection to a MiniDisc recorder or other external recording device. The TEAC SR-L30 also sports a headphone socket.

Weighing in at around 2kg and measuring 310 x 146 x 95 mm, the SR L30 is available to buy now, priced around GBP150.00.

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