Sony SRF-M37W Digital Tuning Weather/FM/AM Stereo Radio

Sony SRF-M37W Digital Tuning Weather/FM/AM Stereo Radio

Sony SRF-M37W Digital Tuning Weather/FM/AM Stereo Radio

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Product Highlights

  • Weather Band Tuning Function
  • Direct Weather Button
  • 20 Station Presets
  • 5 Direct Key Preset Memory
  • Local/Distance DX Switch
  • 1 x AAA Battery Power
  • Digital Clock/Battery Indicator
  • Headphones & Belt Clip Included
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Sony SRF-M37W overview

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The compact, portable SRF-M37W Digital Tuning Weather/FM/AM Stereo Radio in black gives you access to your local AM/FM and weather stations. It features 20 station presets and a 5 direct key preset memory. There's also an FM local/distance (DX) switch for optimal reception of both far and near stations. The Walkman radio is economical to power too; all it takes is 1 'AAA' battery and you're up and running. And, a digital clock/battery indicator keeps you apprised of the time and remaining battery life.

Weather Band Tuning Function
Lets you listen to up-to-the-minute weather from your local weather band broadcasts
Direct Weather Button
Lets you access weather forecasts at the touch of a button
20 Station Preset Memory
Enjoy easy one-button tuning for 5 weather band, 10 FM, and 5 AM frequencies
AAA Battery Operation
All you need is 1 AAA battery (not included) to power the Walkman radio for hours
5 Direct Key Preset Memory
Electronically tune into any 5 stations you set, even in different frequency bands with the press of a single, easy to reach button
Digital Clock and Battery Indicator
Keep track of the time and keep an eye on battery power with this one indicator
Included Accessories
The Walkman radio comes with MDR-027LP headphones and a belt clip for convenient listening
FM Local/Distance (DX) Switch
This switch provides optimal reception of both close and distant radio stations
UPC: 027242733572
In the Box
Sony SRF-M37W Digital Tuning Weather/FM/AM Stereo Radio
  • Belt Clip
  • MDR-027LP Headphones
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Sony SRF-M37W specs

    Audio
    Antenna Type AM: Built-in ferrite bar antenna
    FM: Headphone cord antenna
    Station Presets AM: 5
    FM: 10
    Weather Band: 5
    Tuner Type Digital
    DX Switch
    Audio Formats Supported FM/AM Radio
    Audio Capabilities
    Radio AM, FM, Weather
    Clock Yes
    Convenience
    Menu Options Yes
    Portability Belt clip
    Display
    Display Technology LCD
    Hardware
    Headphone Open air
    Inputs & Outputs
    Headphone Output 1 x Stereo mini jack
    Power
    Power Requirements 1 x AAA Battery
    Battery Life Up to 54 Hours AM reception with Sony Alkaline Battery
    Up to 34 hours FM
    Up to 31 hours TV and Weather Band
    Battery Indicator Yes
    Output Power 2.8 mW + 2.8 mW (at 10% harmonic distortion)
    Frequency Range AM: 530-1710 kHz
    FM: 87.5-108 MHz
    Weather Band: Ch. 1-7
    General
    Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.1 x 6.5 x 1.9"

    Sony SRF-M37W reviews

    SRF-M37W Digital Tuning Weather/FM/AM Stereo Radio is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 83.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointing First off, the physical dimensions and design are pretty good and the price is very reasonable. What really surprised and disappointed me is the reception of this radio. Local FM stations suffer from fading and distortion, AM seems a bit better. I bought this model as a replacement for an old similar sony model that eventually stopped receiving FM signals. Before the old unit broke, it's reception was much better than this one. Sadly, the days of Sony making quality products seem to be over. I purchased two of these, one for me and another for a friend. He said he hasn't noticed any reception issues (lives on the same block) so perhaps I got a lemon...
    Date published: 2010-11-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for runners I use this radio while I go on long runs and when I do yard work. I am on my second radio. The first one I dropped and one of the two audio channels went silent. My first unit began to have some problems on the volume adjuster. The sound would cut in and out. I figure that no piece of equipment will last for ever. I jogged with the first one for several years, and hundreds of miles. I'm now on my second unit and am happy with it. Reception of AM and FM are very good. It comes with headphones, but I buy ear buds to use instead. I recommend it to those who like to listen to music or talk radio, and especially to those who like to feed their brain while they exercise.
    Date published: 2010-04-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I ordered! This small radio is exactly What I needed. I needed a small am/fm radio for the gym to tune in to specific frequencies to watch their news/sports flat screens. I was able to preset all the stations so I can go from one show to another easily while I'm on the tread mill. Another advantage is it only needs one small AAA battery to operate and it has a battery strength indicator so you know when you need to replace the battery. Reception is good and its well made and durable.
    Date published: 2016-01-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good value - easily mobile The antenna earphone cord position is everything in pulling in FM stations. The radio struggles only with those FM stations close to one another in frequency. It pulls in AM stations from more than 100 miles away, depending on the wattage of those stations, although there is a hiss on the reception even with directional compensation. Local reception is very good. The radio can hold 10 FM and five AM presets, plus weather bands. The weather band chews up the battery faster than the FM and AM stations. There's also a handy lock switch which fixes a station so an accidental push of a preset will not change the station.
    Date published: 2015-10-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best yet for me! Almost 100% love it - and I have had a series of similar products that I haven't loved as much. Love the option to go to whatever station I want among those I have saved, without scanning through the other saved stations. Love the good spacing of the buttons. Easy to find and use controls. Only suggestion / drawback is the placement of the weather band button. It should not be right next to the saved channels. I hit it by accident all the time and then have to go change bands to get to where I want to be. And - sometimes, a couple of my fav stations have a vert hard time coming through. But this is the best radio I have had for running.
    Date published: 2017-09-30
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nothing Special Ordered this radio primarily to use while cycling, working out or shopping during the day since I enjoy sports and political talk AM radio as well as music. Other reviews led me to think the reception was exceptional (Prison Radio?) and there were plenty of pre-sets. Neither is true. Reception is decent but no better than my old Walkman (cassette player), and that radio has tons of FM presets. This one has 10, plus 5 AM. Weather Band has total of 7 channels, which is ridiculous as they're all tuned to same content (all sound the same, anyway). Still, the sound is quite good for just one AAA battery. I'm satisfied, not thrilled.
    Date published: 2012-01-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from have bought thi radio several times I work construction and can be very hard on radios, this one can take quite a bit of abuse before dying. love its compact size and the lock button to prevent accidental station changes. the clock is handy because I don't like to wear a watch. only down side is it is not waterproof.( have lost 2 dropped in buckets of water.)
    Date published: 2016-02-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent little radio I've had this for nearly two years. The headset cord gave out after a year, but the radio itself soldiers on. I guess i'm old-school, but i usually prefer listening to the radio (FM) rather than saved music files. I usually use it when working outside, clipped to my belt. The little locking switch helps prevent accidentally bumping the buttons that control the tuner. It doesn't apply to the volume wheel, though, so you can still adjust the volume without having to move the locking switch. The belt clip could be more secure; moving around a bit in the course of working can cause it to slip off every so often. Tuner quality is adequate to good; good enough to get most of your local, favorite stations without too much static or drop out.
    Date published: 2012-11-22
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