About Sanyo Bmbx 10
Fortune 500 consumer electronics company, Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. started its operations as a manufacturer of bicycle headlamps. Their first successful product was the first plastic radio, introduced in the year 1952. They were also the pioneer of the first Japanese pulsator-type washing machine in the year 1954. The Sanyo BMBX-10, shortened form of BoomBox is small satellite radio receiver, launched by Sanyo. It can tune in to SIRIUS satellite radio service and the regular AM/FM radio bands. It has custom two-way stereo speakers built in a concealed form in the body. The base unit includes a detachable face-plate that can be replaced with various faceplates of different colors bundled along with the package. The built-in FM receiver can tune in to FM-radio frequencies between 88.1 MHz and 107.9 MHz. It has a separate automatic tuner button that sets all the broadcast satellite radio stations. The BMBX-10 can store up to 60 preset stations, 20 each for AM, FM, and satellite broadcast. One can directly jump to any preset station by the touch of a button. The monochrome LCD display screen shows the title of the song, artist name as well as the album apart from the duration and name of the channel. The module is powered by a regular AC power adaptor with a power rating of 7.6 volts. It can also be used inside your car by powering it through the cigarette lighter adaptor. While on the move, it can run on 8-D batteries. It has a maximum power output of 12 Watts. The package also includes a high-reception Sirius Antenna Mounting Dock for tuning into satellite radio at remote locations.