Chris’ review of the Sangean WR-7 FM radio and Bluetooth speaker

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Chris Freitas, who writes:

I recently came across a post on the SWLing Post after I saw Sangean released the WR-7. It recently became available on Amazon and decided to purchase one after seeing your review and Radio Jay Allan’s review.

As I am writing this, I am pleased with the overall quality of this radio. The dark walnut wood is a nice solid build and the light-up dial is a nice touch.

The sound quality is fantastic and beats the pants of my larger iHome “Orb” Bluetooth speaker and sounds a bit better than the Jambox Mini.

I have not done a lot of FM listening yet, but this little radio is pretty sensitive without the wire antenna. It picks up all of the Memphis FM stations with little or no static. With the included wire antenna, I can receive WMAV 90.3 FM in Oxford, MS…about 80 miles away with ease.
The WR-7 is definitely a keeper and will be using it on trips and between rooms in my apartment or outside while sipping on some coffee.

Anywho, I wanted to tell you about my experience with the radio and I have included some pictures of it too.

Thank you for sharing your report, Chris!  You’re right: the Sangean WR-7 is a fine little FM radio and Bluetooth speaker. I’m happy to hear how well it’s serving you and even snagging distant FM stations. Later this year, I’m going on an extended trip and will take the WR-7 with me to provide a nice source of local FM music and WiFi radio while paired with my iPad running TuneIn.

Click here to view the Sangean WR-7 on Amazon.com (affiliate link).

Click here to read our full review of the Sangean WR-7.

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2 thoughts on “Chris’ review of the Sangean WR-7 FM radio and Bluetooth speaker

  1. Christopher Lochner

    Thanks for the review. You just bumped me into a purchase. Does the dark cherry look good in person?

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