Sangean HDR-19 HD Radio/AM/FM-RDS/Bluetooth/AUX Premium Wooden Cabinet Radio

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Original price was: $299.99.Current price is: $215.00.

  • HD Radio with Digital and Analog AM/FM-RDS Reception with 40 Station Presets (20 AM / 20 FM) that Supports Emergency Alerts and Bluetooth 5.2 (AVRCP / A2DP)
  • Real Time Clock with 2 Alarm Timers by Radio or Buzzer / Sleep Timer Functions with HWS (Humane Wake System) Buzzer and Radio with Adjustable Dimmer
  • Information Display for Station Name / Call Sign / Radio Text / Program Type / Date / Signal Strength / Station Frequency
  • USB 5V/3A for Charging Smartphone’s or Other Small Devices and AUX-In for Additional Audio Sources
  • DC In / AUX-In / Headphone / USB Type-C (On/Off: 5V/1.5A / 5V/3A) Socket for Charging Other Smaller Devices with AM/FM External Antenna connections
Sangean HDR-19 HD Radio/AM/FM-RDS/Bluetooth/AUX Premium Wooden Cabinet Radio
Sangean HDR-19 HD Radio/AM/FM-RDS/Bluetooth/AUX Premium Wooden Cabinet Radio

Original price was: $299.99.Current price is: $215.00.

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Specification: Sangean HDR-19 HD Radio/AM/FM-RDS/Bluetooth/AUX Premium Wooden Cabinet Radio

Product Dimensions

10.35 x 6.06 x 6.5 inches

Item Weight

4.5 pounds

Item model number



2 AAA batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

December 14, 2023



Reviews (4)

4 reviews for Sangean HDR-19 HD Radio/AM/FM-RDS/Bluetooth/AUX Premium Wooden Cabinet Radio

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  1. USWestShopper

    This radio has nice sensitivity and good looks. The sound is quite good, as well. The user interface could be better: The buttons and labels on the radio are too small. The presets involve a two-step process, and step one is finding the presets button, so the process is a bit clunky. The remote is only somewhat useful, since it provides no access to station presets at all (as far as I could determine–the documentation is not great). It would be nice to be able to detach the telescoping FM antenna and substitute a dipole (or other) external antenna–lots of radios have a coaxial plug on the bottom of the telescopic antenna that allows this, and at the price point of this radio that flexibility should be included.
    Still, for my purposes this radio works well, and the build quality is above average.

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  2. Jon Helberg

    The Sangean WR-55 may be the best sounding monaural radio we have ever heard. It arrived well packed and undamaged. Setup merely involved plugging it in. Instructions needed mainly for radio placement vs. the wall wart. Here are our initial impressions:

    – Sound is rich and plays loud – amazing treble and bass response with adjustable midrange
    – Retro design
    – Build quality
    – Knobs/switches operate smoothly/positively and appear to be metal vs. silver painted plastic
    – Rotary tuning dial is smooth and gorgeously lit with adjustable brightness
    – Non-skid feet
    – Solid wood cabinet
    – Excellent AM & FM reception
    – Bluetooth, Aux input, USB type C charging socket & AM antenna screws
    – Multi-color LED tuning indicator

    – Multi-colored LED tuning indicator is very bright – wish it could be dimmed along with the
    tuning dial light
    – Tuning is finicky – see review by radiojayallen

    – Single knob midrange tone control – works surprisingly well between talk & music. Separate
    treble/bass controls would be nice but would require an additional knob
    – Bluetooth connection is fast/easy but loses lots of volume and fidelity
    – Wall wart – doesn’t bother us but may some
    Wish List:
    – A darker colored option for wood cabinet

    Highly recommended

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  3. Client d’Amazon

    Très bon radio de table avec une grande qualité de son. Surprenant pour sa petite taille.

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  4. RonZ

    I’ve had this for almost a week now, enough time to test it a bit and form some opinions. First off this is a very handsome radio, build quality is first rate which I would expect at this price. It’s heavier than I was expecting. The speaker is large and can get pretty loud without distorting. The knobs and controls give it a quality feel and the wood cabinet is not only nice to look at but gives the sound a warm quality.

    To test AM reception I consulted the Radio Locator website and printed off a list of AM stations which I should be able to receive in my area according to them. I grabbed my Eton Elite Executive, Tecsun AN-100 small loop antenna and a C.Crane Twin Coil antenna and set up to see what I could receive in the mid to late afternoon. Radio Locator gave me a list of 15 AM stations that I should be able to hear at my location. Two of those stations turned out to be off-the-air; local stations that weren’t present at all. Of the remaining 13 stations the Eton could easily capture all of them and deliver listenable signals. The HDR-19 couldn’t hear about 5 of those but when I added the AN-100 or Twin-Coil antenna all of them came in well enough. I had slightly better results using the AN-100 on the HDR-19 and preferred it over the C.Crane Twin Coil. The AN-100 fits well on top of the HDR-19 and looks good there. The Eton didn’t need any help, it delivered a great signal all by itself. It found about 8 or 9 extra stations not on the Radio Locator list. The Sangean could barely hear half of those with the AN-100 but not very well. In general AM reception of non-local stations was very noisy, lots of RF noise, typical for this area. The Eton with selectable bandwidths handled the noise better.

    Night time AM reception was challenging because it’s hard to turn the radio, but when I tested it I was able to pick up the major stations out of New York City which is nearly 900 miles away, plus WBZ in Boston and Zoomer out of Toronto and many others in between. (I’m in Florida) I had to use the AN-100 to get these but still this was good performance for a table radio.

    FM was a different story, it pulled in lots of stations very clearly. I’m between two NPR stations, one about 45 miles south of me which includes an HD station that I like and one about 75 miles to the north which has 3 HD stations. I can usually get one or the other but the HD stations to the north are a hard catch and the one to the south should be out of range too. The HDR-19 is bringing in at least one these stations almost every day, more often than I would expect. There was one magical day when they all came in strong and crystal clear. I’m really happy with this because I like to listen to classical music and the HD stations are the only source I have, except for the internet of course. This is a great FM radio and probably the best HD Radio that I have used.

    Bluetooth works flawlessly and sounds great! I have positioned this radio next to my recliner and stream TV sound to it. It sounds wonderful. I can understand everything being said which is otherwise a problem for me.

    I’ve had this radio for nearly a week and the only real problem I’m having is turning it off! Not only is there no listener fatigue but I actually miss it when I do turn it off. This is a great sounding radio. I usually ignore the equalizer presets and go with the normal program.

    A couple of minor complaints: 1) There is no provision for attaching an external FM antenna. It would be nice to have that option. There are terminals for an external AM antenna. I hope someone will test that out. 2) The button labels are hard to read in a darkened room. A light behind those would be great.

    This radio is a keeper!

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