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Login or register to post reviews. Reviewed Oct 23rd, by lizasound. Great equipment! Sounds great, and very nice shape! My favorite! Reviewed Mar 10th, by ilkkasuni. In the 80's, I owned both models, the and , the latter just being rather a facelift. The receiver is big, bulky and heavy, for a carry-around radio. To the batteries, there was consumption. But who cares, the sound quality was just massive. The amplifier, the huge loudspeaker, the tone controls were enough to put up a beach party, to FM hit music.

Today, many very modest stereo cassette recorders of the 80's, are referred to as ghettoblasters. The Satellit was a true blaster, even though just monaural. The Satellit FM tuner is highly sensitive, yet being able to handle strong signal field.

On short-wave, the GS is very sensitive. Yet the Satellit made it, even with just the built-in telescope! Not to mention how the Satellit coped with long-wire antennas. For a world-band receiver, the Satellit also was rather selective.

Then again, the receiver was blaimed for the quite dark AM audio, hard to read, and it was. The GS medium-wave, then. It only took a very simple modification, and even under hard-core DX conditions, the Satellit beat the belief out of communications receivers, being references.

Yes, yes. There are numerous Canadian and U. AM stations having been received in Finland never before, my just slightly modified Satellit hoovered in, in mid's. With no doubt, one of the best overall receivers, as well as boom-boxes ever built.

The very last of the great, true German Grundig Satellit series. One should not mix these later on brand-copies, with the genuine Grundig high quality receivers of the 60's to 80's. Still, to the GS versus GS , there was something I cannot explain, even having owned them both models for years. The original GS just somehow was more dynamic a receiver than the GS My statement: the GS was the final footprint.

The GS , no more was. Germany, Portugal, China This website is not affiliated with or sponsored by Grundig. To purchase Satellit spares or accessories, please contact the company via their website or visit an authorised retailer.

Grundig Satellit Portable Radio Receiver 2 reviews. Grundig Radios Satellit Satellit Reviewed Oct 23rd, by lizasound Great equipment! Submitted by kaskyman on June 14th, Anyone have any ideas on a non-working Preselector function? Create new account Request new password. Re: Denon a Re: Technics Sh Gallery Images. Recent Comments. Recent Images.


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