Updating ccr information
Some models, such as the Sangean DT-400W substituted the weather band for TV audio. At first glance, one would say - yeah okay, that's really not much difference from the CCR . The controls are pretty much laid out the same and the appearance is identical.
As the CCR already included weather, I was indeed curious as to what their approach was. For those not familiar with the CCRadio family, let's go over the basics. For the remainder of this review, we will refer to Amateur (Ham) 2-meter as VHF. The large 5 inch, 6 watt speaker dominates the left side of the radio.
We at were excited to have an opportunity to review the new CCRadio2 (CCR2) now available from C. The CCRadio2 replaces the CCRadio Plus (CCR ) from the C. The CCRadio family has always included audio from VHF television band.
I was curious how they would react to the loss of this band once the digital television conversion took place.
If you have an active record in CCR then you have a DUNS number.
You can view your active CCR record to determine your DUNS number, or if you have questions or problems with your DUNS, please read the following: *Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number: The Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number is a unique nine character identification number provided by the commercial company, Dun & Bradstreet (D&B).
The substitution of the amateur radio 2-meter FM reception for VHF television audio was a very novel approach to this dilemma. This is a hefty portable radio covering AM, FM, Weather and Amateur (Ham) 2-meter FM bands. The display (3" x 1.5") for the CCR2 is on the right side of the front of the radio.
A cluster of four smaller buttons are situated to the left of the up/down tuning buttons.
Underneath the display, to the right, are up/down tuning buttons used to tune the radio in its largest tuning increments.
The up/down tuning buttons also do double duty when the radio is off for setting the clock.
Call D&B at 1-866-705-5711, if you do not have a DUNS number.
The process to request a DUNS number takes about 10 minutes and is free of charge.