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Second Hand Sony ICF-SW55 World Band Radio

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The ICF-SW55 is slightly larger than the existing ICF-SW-7600G.
Performance is similar.
There is a familiar keypad for directly entering frequencies, and also a thumb wheel which allows you to tune up and down the bands either in 1000 or 100 Hz steps. But the front panel is dominated by a large liquid-crystal display screen.
There is a world map which shows your time zone with respect to UTC, a signal strength metre, a display which shows you if your on either wide or narrow AM bandwidth, upper or lower sideband, a complex but versatile 5 function timer to programme the radio to choose certain channels at a particluar time.
You can store up to 125 favourite frequencies in the set. You do this in groups of up to 5 frequencies for each favourite station. e.g. Let's say you want to store Radio Netherlands channels in it. By using a shift button and the keypad you can get the display to show HOLLAND.
Then under the display are five function buttons, and you can programme button number one to remember 5955, button 2 to remember 13770 kHz, and so on.
Imagine it rather like an electronic logbook, where each page contains the name of a station, and up to 5 favourtie frequencies.
The set comes with some stations already programmed in it.