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Sangean Internet Radio / Network Music Player / USB / FM-RDS Digital Receiver WFR-28

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Sangean Internet Radio / Network Music Player / USB / FM-RDS Digital Receiver WFR-28

The Sangean Ultra-Compact Portable Wi-Fi Internet Radio (WFR-28) is a combination Internet radio and audio media streaming device that is fully portable. With it, users can listen to 13,000+ radio stations from NPR, FOX News, CNN, BBC, CBS to KROQ, and over 35,000 podcasts, as well as your local FM band with RDS (Radio Data System).

Additional features include Frontier Silicon's IR 2.2 network audio software, which provides the most complete, versatile and easy-to-use software available for the next generation Internet-connected audio systems. The WFR-28 delivers sound beyond its size, and bass and treble controls let you further adjust the sound to your liking.


  • Internet Radio (Over 13,000 Stations) / FM-RDS Waveband
  • 10 Station Presets (Five iRadio, Five FM)
  • USB MP3 Playback
  • MP3 and WMA Compatible
  • Network Music Player
  • Plays Music Stored on Your Computer
  • Search by Country, Genre and My Favorite Radios
  • Plug-and-Play
  • UPnP / DMR Music Streaming (DLNA 1.5 Compliant)
  • Bass and Treble Control
  • Normal / Flat / Jazz / Rock / Movie / Classic / Pop / News / Sound Effects
  • Two Alarm Timer by FM, Internet Radio or Buzzer
  • Sleep Timer
  • Snooze Function
  • Plays on Rechargeable and Dry-Cell Batteries
  • Built-in Rapid Battery Charger
  • I/O jacks: DC in, Aux-in, Line-out, Headphone and USB Socket
  • The iSangean App Enables Remote Control of the WFR-28 Running on your iPhone or iPod Touch.




Internet and FM Radio

The WFR-28 delivers solid radio listening, complete with a built-in external telescopic antenna for solid FM reception, not to mention you can listen to over 13,000 Internet stations worldwide. Save your favorite Internet stations as well as your FM stations on your presets.

DLNA, UPnP and Windows 7 Certification

Enhances music sharing and playing and provides a remote control app for your iPhone and iPod touch.

Big Sound, Small Package

The WFR-28 delivers sound beyond its size. The EQ audio controls let you further adjust the sound to your liking.



Auxiliary Input and Line Out Jack

Connect external devices like your iPod, iPhone, MP3 or CD player to the auxiliary input for your enjoyment.

Internet Radio, FM Radio or Buzzer Alarm

Wake to your favorite choice of internet radio stations or FM stations; or - if you must - a classic buzzer alarm. Whichever you choose, a gradual alarm feature gently raises the alarm volume, so it's not too jarring. Dual alarm lets you set separate wake times.



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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Ray C.
  • 11/7/2015 7:42:32 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsSangean has a hit here.

Pros: 1. Strong Wi-Fi reception.
2. Strong FM reception.
3. Good feel, and accessibility to all controls.
4. Good sound on built in speaker, strong line out (in stereo) to external amplified speakers.
5. Great display.
6. Long battery life.
7. Really sturdy.

Cons: 1. Needs a handle.
2. Batteries can be a tight fit.
3. A bit heavy.
4. The Tuning encoder can lag, or jump ahead.
5. Only five FM station and five internet station presets.
6. Odd Voltage AC adapter.

Other Thoughts: (I did not buy mine from NewEgg)
The Sangean is a big portable. It makes a good table radio; and though it has a ridge in the back that acts as a grip to pick it up, it would benefit from some sort of handle on the top. You know it isn’t small if it takes four D size batteries. I intended to use AA size rechargeables with D size adapters to power this radio, but that didn’t work out; the battery compartment is too tight, and I could not stuff my batteries with adaptors into this space. I can now see why people who purchase this radio also order the rather costly D size rechargeable batteries. The AC adapter for this is an odd 7.5 Volt 1.6 Amp device that will be hard to find a replacement for if the original is lost or broken. The paper manual included is really pretty easy to read (unlike some other Chinese manuals), but is not as useful as it should be. This radio is shiny black, solidly built, all points of contact feel snug and secure, all the buttons snap sharply and smoothly, there are four nice grippy feet on the bottom, nothing cheap here.
The unit takes some time (about 30 seconds) to start up (I have mine set to disconnect from my WiFi when in Standby until I sort out my battery situation. Leaving it connected to your WiFi should shorten the startup time.). Connecting to my WiFi went well, run the Wizard, select your network, choose the characters for your WiFi password, and boom, you’re in. The steps in the manual do not exactly match the steps required on the radio, if you’ve done one like this before you will be fine, if not you may find it confusing. The tuning/selecting encoder suffers from the same problem most of these do; it doesn’t always keep up with the user, depending on what the unit’s processor is doing, it may be several seconds before the encoder recognizes that you are attempting to make a selection, and then it may jump ahead several steps. The operation is a bit of a learning curve, but if you have operated a WiFi radio before, this is pretty straightforward and intuitive.
The display is bright, colorful, beautiful, and informative. The display stays lit when the radio is on the ac power supply, and fades down after a few seconds of any input when on battery. The sound is really good for a radio this size. This radio has sound contour presets to help you find a sound you like and includes a custom setting so you can set your own sound profile. This has a separate line output (in addition to a headphone output) that easily powers externally amplified speakers, and it sounds good doing it. When listening to internet radio the “INFO” button will step the display through several sets of data.
This radio is immensely easy, and pleasant to use. The batteries charge while the power supply is connected to the radio. In the weeks I’ve had this radio, it has only lost a stream, twice. This is one of the nicest built, and most useful radios that I own.

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  • Rocco D.
  • 9/25/2015 2:09:17 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsInternet Radio

Pros: Easy to set up wi fi and to find and program radio stations. Radio stations can be found easily using the radio search and even faster by doing it on line instantly updating the radio.
Quality sound. Totally portable using the internal optional batteries.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Amazing radio to be able to listen to any distant or local station from anywhere to wherever you are.

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  • Alberta B.
  • 11/17/2013 10:57:22 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSamgean Internet Radio

Pros: I can play any radio station in the US that streams online, plus foreign ones (my husband is from Asia, and he can listen to the station he listened to as a boy). The sound quality is really, really good. It is everything I thought it would be.

Cons: I bought D batteries to make the radio more portable. Big mistake. Blew through those in 3 days. I am thinking about getting rechargeables. Another con is that it only has 5 preset slots for AM. 10 would have been ideal. You have to go through many, many steps to reach a station if it isn't preset.

Other Thoughts: I would buy this radio again in a heartbeat because it is portable, has great sound and is cordless (once I buy rechargeable batteries).

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