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Grundig Yacht-Boy 450

AM/FM Portable Radio (1982-83)

Grundig Yacht-Boy 450

Specifications

Type: Mono Radio

Tuning Bands: FM, MW, LW, SW

Tuning Scale: Analogue

FM Tuning Range: 87.5 to 108 MHz

MW Tuning Range: 510 to 1620 kHz

LW Tuning Range: 145 to 260 kHz

SW Tuning Range: 5.9 to 18.4 MHz

Speakers: 1 x 4 ohm

Antenna: ferrite and telescopic

Power Supply: 7.5V DC

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Manufactured by Grundig, Fürth .

The Grundig Yacht Boy is a somewhat improved successor to the Yacht Boy 400 , the pocketbook-sized travel radio is equipped with a digital clock and a digital frequency display.

Technical data

  • Principle : single conversion , IF 460 kHz / 10.7 MHz
  • Modes : AM (A3) , FM (F3)
  • Frequency range : VHF, LW, MW, 6 x sW (49 / 41 / 31 / 25 / 19 / 16 m band)
  • Frequency dial : Analogue dial
  • Frequency memories : none
  • Signal strength indicator : Tuning LED
  • Signal processing :
  • Features : Digital clock
  • Sensitivity : AM (A3) / Selectivity : kHz (-6/-60 dB)
  • Batteries : 5 x 1.5 V ( UM-3 ), 7.5 V DC; MR44 cell for clock operation
  • 220 x 135 x 40 mm, weight 0.7 kg

The Grundig Yacht Boy 450 travel portable is similar to the Yacht Boy 400 , it has a pocket book format with a linear dial with the shortwave broadcast bands.

The set comes in a black or silver-coloured plastic cabinet, with 22 x 13.5 x 4 cm, the Yacht Boy 450 has about the dimensions of a paperback book. It is powered by 5 UM-3 batteries (AA type) and has a jack for an external 7.5 V power supply unit on the left side. Under a round cover on the rear side, which can be opened with a coin, there is an MR44 button cell for operating the digital clock.

The base joint of the telescopic antenna on the upper edge is retractable, the buttons for setting the time are located on the upper edge, and an earphone socket is located on the left side next to the external voltage jack. There is no external antenna connector provided.

The loudspeaker is located on the left side of the front panel. In the middle row of controls, the volume slider is at the top, the tone control is a rotary potentiometer (the developers at Grundig always had an understanding of good sound), and at the bottom, the slide switch to select the shortwave bands is located.

The right half of the front panel is dominated by the display window of the analogue dial for the different shortwave bands. In the shortwave bands, the 100 kHz dial marks allow you to locate a station quite well in the 49m and 41m bands. On the higher frequency bands, the marks are much closer together. The tropical bands are missing, but the unit covers long waves.

The bands KW/LW/MW/UKW are switched with push-buttons, they switch on the radio when pressed, a small orange off button turns the radio off.

The tuning knob is located on the right side, a small tuning LED lights up generously to indicate a station worth receiving, so it also serves as an operating lamp.

The display on the left above the loudspeaker grille shows the clock and alarm time. Small buttons on the top of the unit are used to activate the frequency display, local time / alarm time, to activate the alarm function with radio reception or buzzing sound, etc.

Operation of the Yacht Boy is completely unproblematic: press one of the band buttons to turn on the set, select the shortwave band with the slide switch and tune to the desired station, adjust volume and tone, done. The frequency search is quite difficult on the analogue dial with coarse frequency marks, pressing the corresponding key activates the digital frequency display. Pressing the orange O off button silences the Yacht Boy 450; when you switch it on, the last station come up again at the last used volume setting.

In summary, the Grundig Yacht Boy 450 is a simple travel radio with an acceptable shortwave band coverage for Central Europea, it has a good sound typical for Grundig and, thanks to the digital frequency display, makes frequency determination very practical. With the digital clock functions, the unit can be used as a travel alarm clock and is an almost perfect litle travel radio.

Technical principle

Single conversion with six spread shortwave bands; digital frequency display with frequency counter.

The unit is completely solid state.

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Portable Spy Station: Grundig Yacht Boy 400

JOEL JOHNSON — The Grundig Yacht Boy 400PE is ostensibly a portable marine device for tuning in AM/FM and shortwave radio stations (as the 'Yacht Boy' moniker might have tipped you off to.) For those that want to explore the darker side of radio reception, however, the Yacht Boy becomes a indispensable tool for discovering and monitoring 'Numbers Stations', the shortwave radio stations that broadcast mysterious streams of five-figure number blocks throughout the night. Although no one knows exactly what they are for, hobbyists poking about the edges have inferred that the broadcasts are the messages of various spy organizations, utilizing nigh-uncrackable one-time pad crypto. Since short wave can be bounced around the world without a repeater or an amplifier, it's perfect for international communication where large transmitters or receivers could be a liability. There are better shortwave radios than the Yacht Boy, but few as portable (or as cheap.)

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RECEIVER REVIEW: GRUNDIG YB500

This review was compiled independently. The Medium Wave Circle and Radio Netherlands has no financial connection with R.L. Drake, the manufacturer of this receiver.

Reviewers: Jonathan Marks, Diana Janssen, and Willem Bos.

INTRODUCTION

The Yacht Boy 500 appeared in most of the Grundig outlets in Europe in the course of October 1993. In North America the situation was different. Some of the US radio dealers we spoke initially disappointed that Grundig North America gave the exclusive distribution rights in the USA for the Yacht Boy 500 to a mail-order house called Willabee & Ward. Their toll-free number is +1 800 367 4534. In 1997 a salesman there told us the Yacht Boy 500 is still available at US$299. That does indicate though that Grundig in North America has brought some of its prices down to more closely match the competition from the Far East.

This radio was first shown at the Berlin Audio and Video Fair in 1993 and initially caused an impact on the European scene. The receiver offers coverage of FM with the Radio Data System, longwave, medium wave and continuous shortwave coverage from 1611- 30000 kHz. Unlike some of the Yacht Boy series, the 500 is double conversion.

The radio has an enormous number of functions with many of the buttons on the front of the receiver being used to do two or more things. Press a button gets you one function. Pressing and holding a button gives a different result. The display tells you what you’ve selected. We gave this radio to some visually handicapped users who reported they had difficulty setting up menus and accessing the memories without help from a sighted person. Things are not helped by a truly terrible translation of the (quite clear) German language instructions. In 1997 this had not been improved much if you want to get a quick overview of how the set works. Pressing 0 we’re told in the manual gives “passage from the ROM table to the normal memory and back again, with transfer into the tuning memory”. Reception may increase during evening and night hours due to “much more better propagation”. Nevertheless keep the instructions at arms length because unless you make frequent use of the memory and scan functions it is easy to forget the correct button sequence.

RDS FACILITY

Many stations in Europe (and a growing number in North America) now transmit a silent data code with FM signals. If the signal is strong enough the radio decodes the data and puts the name of the station on the display. The radio also knows of any alternative frequencies that many be in use and can check to see if these sound better. There are around 100 stations using RDS in the USA. During tests near Baltimore and Washington DC we noted WHFS with an RDS signal on 99.1 MHz. You can’t use the function for DXing though. Weak signals cause too many errors for any RDS decoder to function properly. We found the FM sensitivity best suited to a European environment. During our tests in Baltimore and Washington DC during November 1993, the unit we had purchased had overloading problems with nearby stations. Retracting the telescopic whip helped if you wanted to listen to stronger FM signals. The set also has a signal strength meter on FM (really designed to optimise the RDS feature) which is useful is getting the angle of the FM whip correct for maximum signal.

The radio works off 4 penlight batteries and consumes around 65 mA at normal listening levels. That’s quite economical. We got around 24 hours of listening on a fresh set of batteries. A dual-voltage mains adapter is supplied and if this is used the audio power of the amplifier is noticeably boosted.

Shortwave tuning is achieved by tapping the desired frequency onto the keypad, or moving up and down the dial in 1 kHz steps. If you hold down the TUNE buttons the steps increase to 5 kHz. This set offers SSB (but not sync detection), and comes complete with 95 major frequencies of 9 international radio stations already programmed into it. A further 40 stations can be put in the memory. A 77 mm loudspeaker gives an adequate sound for the size of the radio, and the bass response can be boosted for pleasant FM listening.

MEDIOCRE SW PERFORMANCE

The single 3.5 kHz bandwidth filter is narrower than most other portables. That gives a distinctive mellow sound to any shortwave signal. But the shape factor of the filter is only fair/poor. At night in Europe the background noise rises considerably as a result of second and third order intermodulation products. The marine band of 1.8 MHz is full of harmonics from the medium wave band. Although it may look sophisticated, the radio is only really designed for reception of the stronger international broadcasters. The Yacht Boy 206 and 207 offered much quieter results on the 49 metre band for instance, with considerably less intermodulation. We had really expected a bandwidth option for a radio in this price range (in North America the cheaper Yacht Boy 400 has this for much less). The Yacht Boy 500’s mellow audio is something you either like or hate. The audio distortion problems in early models have been solved and dealer stocks are only the new versions.

CONCLUSIONS

This is a radio with a lot of functions. If you need simple shortwave performance, we feel the extra frills on the Yacht Boy 500 may be unnecessary and too complicated to use. Once mastered, however, the data bank of pre-programmed stations is handy while travelling and FM audio is great for a radio of this size. In our opinion, shortwave performance is only fair. Results will be better in low signal areas (e.g. US Mid-West and Pacific).

This review first appeared on the Radio Netherlands website.

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Table of contents.

  • Table of Contents 2
  • Your Unit at a Glance 4
  • Front of Unit 7
  • Top of Unit 9
  • Right Side of Unit 10
  • Left Side of Unit 10
  • Rear of Unit 10
  • Power Supply 12
  • Mains Operation 12
  • Battery Operation 12
  • Battery Check 12
  • Data Protection (Mains and Battery Operation) 13
  • RESET Button 13
  • General Operation 14
  • Switching On/Off and Locking 14
  • Direct Entries 14
  • Display Illumination 14
  • Volume and Tone 15
  • Waveband Selection 15
  • Station Tuning 16
  • Frequency Tuning in the FM Band 16
  • Frequency Tuning in the am Band 16
  • Station Tuning with the Numeric Buttons 18
  • Entering a Meter Band 19
  • Storing, Calling Up, and Clearing 21
  • What Can You Store 21
  • Checking the Reception Frequency 21
  • Creating/Overwriting a Memory Position 21
  • Calling up Stored Stations 21
  • Indicating Free Memory Positions 22
  • Clearing a Memory Position 22
  • Going to Sleep to Music 23
  • The Clock 24
  • Setting the Clock (TIME I) 24
  • Setting the Clock (TIME II) 24
  • Clock Time Indication (TIME I/II) 24
  • Automatic Switch-On/Wake-Up Function 25
  • Entering a Switch-On Time 25
  • Checking the Entered Switch-On Time 25
  • Wake-Up with Radio/Automatic Switch-On 25
  • Wake-Up with Sound Signal/Date Reminder 26
  • Clearing the Wake-Up Function 26
  • Special Functions on am 27
  • SSB Mode (Amateur Radio Reception) 27
  • Interferences 27
  • Specification 28
  • Specification Hints – Prescriptions 30
  • Hints - Prescriptions 30
  • Radio Stations 30

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Gagarin cup (khl) finals:  atlant moscow oblast vs. salavat yulaev ufa.

Much like the Elitserien Finals, we have a bit of an offense vs. defense match-up in this league Final.  While Ufa let their star top line of Alexander Radulov, Patrick Thoresen and Igor Grigorenko loose on the KHL's Western Conference, Mytischi played a more conservative style, relying on veterans such as former NHLers Jan Bulis, Oleg Petrov, and Jaroslav Obsut.  Just reaching the Finals is a testament to Atlant's disciplined style of play, as they had to knock off much more high profile teams from Yaroslavl and St. Petersburg to do so.  But while they did finish 8th in the league in points, they haven't seen the likes of Ufa, who finished 2nd. 

This series will be a challenge for the underdog, because unlike some of the other KHL teams, Ufa's top players are generally younger and in their prime.  Only Proshkin amongst regular blueliners is over 30, with the work being shared by Kirill Koltsov (28), Andrei Kuteikin (26), Miroslav Blatak (28), Maxim Kondratiev (28) and Dmitri Kalinin (30).  Oleg Tverdovsky hasn't played a lot in the playoffs to date.  Up front, while led by a fairly young top line (24-27), Ufa does have a lot of veterans in support roles:  Vyacheslav Kozlov , Viktor Kozlov , Vladimir Antipov, Sergei Zinovyev and Petr Schastlivy are all over 30.  In fact, the names of all their forwards are familiar to international and NHL fans:  Robert Nilsson , Alexander Svitov, Oleg Saprykin and Jakub Klepis round out the group, all former NHL players.

For Atlant, their veteran roster, with only one of their top six D under the age of 30 (and no top forwards under 30, either), this might be their one shot at a championship.  The team has never won either a Russian Superleague title or the Gagarin Cup, and for players like former NHLer Oleg Petrov, this is probably the last shot at the KHL's top prize.  The team got three extra days rest by winning their Conference Final in six games, and they probably needed to use it.  Atlant does have younger regulars on their roster, but they generally only play a few shifts per game, if that. 

The low event style of game for Atlant probably suits them well, but I don't know how they can manage to keep up against Ufa's speed, skill, and depth.  There is no advantage to be seen in goal, with Erik Ersberg and Konstantin Barulin posting almost identical numbers, and even in terms of recent playoff experience Ufa has them beat.  Luckily for Atlant, Ufa isn't that far away from the Moscow region, so travel shouldn't play a major role. 

I'm predicting that Ufa, winners of the last Superleague title back in 2008, will become the second team to win the Gagarin Cup, and will prevail in five games.  They have a seriously well built team that would honestly compete in the NHL.  They represent the potential of the league, while Atlant represents closer to the reality, as a team full of players who played themselves out of the NHL. 

  • Atlant @ Ufa, Friday Apr 8 (3:00 PM CET/10:00 PM EST)
  • Atlant @ Ufa, Sunday Apr 10 (1:00 PM CET/8:00 AM EST)
  • Ufa @ Atlant, Tuesday Apr 12 (5:30 PM CET/12:30 PM EST)
  • Ufa @ Atlant, Thursday Apr 14 (5:30 PM CET/12:30 PM EST)

Games 5-7 are as yet unscheduled, but every second day is the KHL standard, so expect Game 5 to be on Saturday, like an early start. 

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