Geneva has just introduced what they deem to be a contemporary take on the classic world receiver, calling it simply as the WorldRadio. This particular radio is capable of receiving all of the available radio stations via the broadcasting technologies of that particular era, where among them include FM, long, and short waves. Fast forward to today, and most of the popular local radio stations would be broadcast over FM, via DAB digital radio in select European countries and thousands of others can be tuned in over the Internet. The new Geneva WorldRadio will let you access today’s radio stations, in addition to what the classic world receiver did for previous generations.

Underneath the hood lies a no-nonsense audio system, digital color display with touch controls, digital FM tuner, a Bluetooth receiver, and an alarm clock, all crammed into an elegant, streamlined chassis with aluminum handle and tuning controls. With its high-performance amplifier and full-range loudspeaker, it can pump out mid and high frequencies with accuracy, while producing warm, rich bass below 80Hz.

The Geneva WorldRadio will arrive next month in a choice of 3 metallic finishes: silver, red, and black, and you will have to cough up $299.95 for this beauty.

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