The Realistic DX-60 is an AM-mode only shortwave radio marketed by Radio Shack in the late 1970s through the early 1980s. The radio receives 3 MHz to 27 MHz AM shortwave in three bands, 26.965 MHz through 27.405 MHz HF CB in one band, 540 kHz to 1620 kHz standard AM broadcast in one band, and 87 MHz to 108 MHz monaural standard broadcast FM. The radio exists in two versions, model 12-764 and a nearly identical but production-cost-reduced 12-764A.
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