I wonder how many folks out there now only have wireless handsets at home and no POTS phone (Plain Old Telephone Set--is a real telecommunications abbreviation).
I've done that with good results with cheap car radios from thr 80s and early 90s. My question is -- is it the car radios themselves that have gotten worse or is it because of the windshield's built in antenna?...BTW, newer car radios have nowhere near the quality of reception as the older ones used to have. I knew a few people who had AM radios pulled from old cars and set up to use at home or semi-portable (they were heavy!) because they would easily pull in signals from the most outrageous distances and were really easy on the wallet -- well, as long as you set them up to run off of another power source than a car battery.
Yes, it does. IC-R3 frequency coverage - 0.495-2459 MHz (excluding cell frequencies)That R3 looks SWEET !!!
But, will it pickup the weather channels?...