Yes, I was disappointed too, when I found there was no tuner on the FP3. After all, it’s a lot more eco-friendly than streaming… I suppose the standard reply is that analogue radio will soon be a thing of the past. Personally I hope it will last a few more years!
It’s not just analogue radio which I agree is preferable but digital radio can be picked up via air waves that are not network or wifi so I could listen to the radio when out of network range up a mountain or on a far away beach etc.
It’s a pity indeed, FP3 does not have analog (FM), nor digital (DAB+) radio !
Though, I read in another topic on this forum that the FM receiver is present, but its connection to the earphone socket, required for the cable to act as an aerial, would be missing…
Hello amoun, I didn’t really mention that, but the fact that the aerial input of the fm tuner wouldn’t be connected to the earphone jack socket, which is required for the earphone cable to be used as an antenna.