Sony ICF-P26 Portable AM/FM Radio with Speaker

Sony ICF-P26 Portable AM/FM Radio with Speaker

Sony ICF-P26 Portable AM/FM Radio with Speaker

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  • Analog Display
  • AM/FM Radio
  • Headphone Jack
  • External 17" Antenna
  • Uses Two AA Batteries
  • Includes Carrying Strap
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Listen to music, news, talk, and more while on the go with the Sony ICF-P26 Portable AM/FM Radio. You can use the built-in 100MW speaker, or connect headphones via the 3.5mm audio jack, to listen to your favorite AM and FM stations. The radio has an analog frequency display and external antenna that extends up to 17", and uses two AA batteries (sold separately). For additional portability, it includes a carrying strap.

UPC: 027242879034
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Sony ICF-P26 Portable AM/FM Radio with Speaker
  • Carrying Strap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Sony ICF-P26 specs

    Tuner Type Analog
    Speaker Mono
    Power 100 MW
    Connectors 1 x ⅛" (3.5 mm) headphone out
    Indicator LEDs 1 x LED tuning indicator
    1 x LED battery status indicator
    Battery Type 2 x AA
    Antenna Length Fully extended: 17.0" (43.2 cm)
    Fully retracted: 4.5" (11.1 cm)
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 2.7 x 4.7 x 1.5" (6.9 x 11.9 x 3.8 cm) with antenna folded
    Weight 6.7 oz (190 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.0 x 3.0 x 1.9"

    Sony ICF-P26 reviews

    ICF-P26 Portable AM/FM Radio with Speaker is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 26.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hurricane Must have After just experiencing hurricane irma in south florida i vowed to never get caught again with only a radio that requires 4d batteries. good luck finding them as the winds approach. as soon as my power was restored i ordered 2 of these from b&h. harkens back to the transistor radios of my youth, though slightly larger it is equipped with a nice antenna, seems to be well constructed, am and fm capable and requires only 2 AA batteries which were abundantly available. If like me you are in a storm prone region or just have need for a small battery operated radio this is definitely a worthy product. hope i only ever need it to listen to the ball games.
    Date published: 2017-09-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from AM Goes Up to 1710 kHz I purchased a Sony ICF-P26 today. It differs from the one in the illustration in that the AM scale has a 17 on it. The AM section of the radio supports the 1600-1710 kHz frequencies that, as a previous reviewer has noted, are missing from the Sony ICF-S10MK2. This is a nice AM/FM battery-powered (2 x AA) mono-only pocket radio. I also own a Sangean SR-35, and find the two radios to be quite similar and comparable. Differences include the following: 1. The antenna on the Sony swivels only up and down, not in all directions as does the one on the Sangean. Also, the Sony's antenna is just a bit shorter. 2. Subjectively, the Sony looks just a tad more visually appealing, but feels slightly more square and less comfortable in the hand. The dimensions of the two radios are very close, but the Sony is a little heavier. 3. The Sangean is marginally more powerful, 120 mW vs. 100 mW, and thus can play a bit louder. When using the built-in speaker, the bass (such as it is) is a little fuller on the Sangean. 4. I'm not a big AM listener, but AM reception seems like it might be a bit stronger on the Sony, at least on the one AM station in my city that I might occasionally want to listen to. 5. Although FM selectivity and sensitivity seem pretty much comparable on the two radios, one of my favorite stations, located at 89.9 mHz, comes in much better on the Sony than the Sangean when I'm listening at home. It's basically unlistenable on the Sangean, but strong and static-free on the Sony. I'd recommend the ICF-P26 for anyone looking for a good pocket-sized radio with a built-in speaker. It's not the smallest such radio on the market, but I've found that anything smaller than the ICF-P26 or the Sangean SR-35 does not make for particularly pleasant listening through the built-in speaker. The 2 1/4 speaker in these two radios seems to strike a good balance between listenability and small size. Finally, note that stereo headphones or earbuds can be used with both these radios, but the sound will be mono.
    Date published: 2015-09-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great New Pocket Radio from Sony! I saw an article about this new AM/FM radio being offered by Sony on a recent Facebook group. The positive comments offered by the author of the article were validation enough for me to purchase a radio for my use. The radio is the Sony ICF-P26 Portable AM/FM Radio. Powered by two AA batteries, the radio provides enough volume to listen while working at my desk without distortion. Unlike previous Sony pocket radios, the P26 covers the full AM band, 530-1710 kHz. It also covers the standard FM band, 88-108 MHz. Another positive is that it delivers monaural sound to both sides of your headphones/earbuds. The controls are straightforward - OFF/AM/FM slide switch and tuning thumb wheel on one side, volume control and headphone jack on the other side. The telescoping antenna, located on the same side as the volume control, does not swivel. For me, this is a negative. The sound quality is good, most likely due to the speaker which takes up the majority of the front of the radio. This radio is definitely a performer!
    Date published: 2015-11-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from ICF-P26 AM/FM Radio with Speaker, is well worth the price I have enjoyed using the ICF-P26 Portable AM/FM Radio with Speaker. The radio stations play very clear. live in northern NJ, 5 miles outside of NYC, and already at night I have picked up radio stations from long distance places likes WSB 750 in Atlanta Georgia, WHAS 840 AM in Louisville Kentucky. 900 CHML in Hamilton Ontario, WBAL 1090 in Baltimore Maryland. I am going to Florida soon and will be driving up, and I look forward to picking up long distance stations like my favorite WFAN 660 in New York, since I will probably stay in North Carolina. The only weird thing about the radio is that the on off switch an the tuning switch is on the same(right)side. The volume switch is on the left side Normally the on-off switch and volume is on the same side, But I am still enjoying the radio.
    Date published: 2017-03-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Meets our needs for an emergency radio This inexpensive AM/FM battery powered radio was purchased to provide emergency radio reception during power outages - mainly associated with hurricanes. It meets those needs just fine. Picks up both AM and FM stations that carry the simulcast of continuous weather reports from our local TV station once the power goes down. Battery life is good and it uses 2 AAs. We always have a big stock of AAs during hurricane season!
    Date published: 2017-09-27
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Simple Simple and efficient AM/FM radio. Not very powerfull but works fine.
    Date published: 2015-12-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good radio I have the other current SONY model (silver color) Great radio one small problem. Cannot access AM stations between 1600 and 1710 mHz. AM band only goes to 1600 mHz. Despite that I would still recommend this old school radio and I'm sure the new black model will work just the same. Also it lacks the 1600 - 1710 AM stations.
    Date published: 2015-08-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product for the money Good AM band reception, which is hard to find.
    Date published: 2017-04-02
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