The Tecsun ICR100 radio is a 4-in-1 Pocket FM Radio, Digital Audio Recorder, MP3 Player, and a portable set of Hi-Fi Speakers with Digital Signal Processing proving crystal clear audio. The Tecsun ICR100 includes Tecsun’s innovative tuning technology, Easy Tuning Method (ETM) that allows listeners to quickly and easily scan for FM broadcasts with a push of a button.
Using the Tecsun ICR100 in MP3 mode allows listeners to play music from your desktop / laptop via a USB connection or from a Micro SD card via the inbuilt reader.
The Tecsun ICR100 radio is equipped with an internal digital audio recorder that can be used to record your favorite radio programs. The Tecsun ICR-100 can record FM broadcasts received by the radio or can be used in conjunction with other audio sources via the Line In input. This feature is especially popular with Tecsun Radio connoisseurs as it can record broadcasts received with other Tecsun radios that can be used for DXing and comparison between radio models. The audio files can then be easily transferred between the Tecsun ICR-100 and a computer for other audio applications such as Windows Media Player, iTunes, etc. The Tecsun ICR-100 line input allows recording of MP3, WMA and WAV formats.
The Tecsun ICR100 is designed to use a 4 Gb Micro SD Card (not supplied) that provides up to 60 hours of recording endurance!
The Tecsun ICR100 is powered by a high-capacity 1,000mAh Lithium rechargeable and removable battery, providing up to 20 hours of nonstop use on a single charge. The battery can be charged with the Tecsun Australian USB Power Adaptor 240v*
The Tecsun ICR100 provides exceptional audio clarity for its 1.5″ full range speaker held within the specially designed acoustic chamber, the Tecsun ICR-100 offers exceptional, distortion-free, ear-delicious sound quality further enhanced by the radio’s use of DSP.
*240v power adaptor not supplied with radio
Notes on microSD card file sequence (generally applicable to SD cards loaded from another device):
When the files are in a single folder, then the device plays the audio files in the sequence that they were placed onto the card. When multiple files are transferred to a microSD card simultaneously this does not mean that the files are also on the card simultaneously; some files may be copied faster than others. If there is a specific sequence required it is best to transfer the files one by one.
When the files are in multiple folders, then the device first plays all the files from the folder that was placed on the card first, before moving on to the next folder. Within a folder the device plays the audio files in the sequence that they were placed onto the card.