Midland WR-10 Analog Desk Top Weather Alert Radio with Am/FM


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About Midland WR-10

The WR-10 Weather Max gives you two products in one. You have a combination AM/FM broadcast radio. You also have a 24-hour a day National Weather Service monitor. A complete information system in the palm of your hands. The Weather Max has a full tone alert signaling system built in. When the National Weather Service issues an emergency report, they transmit a special tone. This tone is picked up by your WR-10 to provide you instant emergency weather information. Your WR-10 will advise you of special weather warnings even if you are listening to standard AM or FM broadcasts.

The WR-10 has an emergency battery backup system for use if you lose power. It will provide up to six hours of operation if power fails. It also allows the WR-10 to be used as a temporary portable to take on trips, picnics to the beach, etc. The WR-10 provides a new concept in high performance Weather Monitors combined with the information and entertainment of an AM-FM radio.

Midland WR-10 Features

  • VHF weather monitor with seven different national weather service channels in the 162 MHz fm band: provides 24-hour-a-day national weather service information from seven different channels for maximum reception possible (in areas where available)
  • AM-FM reception: receives standard am and fm commercial broadcast stations. special system interrupts broadcast reception for emergency weather warnings.
  • Alert monitor system receives special tones transmitted by national weather service stations warning of dangerous weather conditions: when the alert feature is activated, the receiver remains in a standby mode.
  • User-selectable warning system: your choice of led only, led & alarm or voice only
  • Weather button: large touch-bar turns unit from alert mode to full time monitoring.
  • High performance chassis: receives weather broadcasts up to 50 miles from transmitter.
  • Test button: permits testing of alert system.
  • Large top-firing speaker: directs alerts and audio toward listener.
  • Emergency powered: uses a single 9-volt battery (optional).:makes unit completely portable.
  • Telescopic antenna: provides maximum range reception-up to 50 miles-folds down for easy transport.
  • Fully variable volume control: adjusts audio output.
  • External antenna jack: permits use of an optional extended range base antenna or a mobile antenna.
  • External power jack: allows use of ac adapter (included) or dc cigarette lighter power cord (optional) to run off a car or boat battery.
  • Compact, ultra modern styling: small enough to take along; looks good anywhere.
  • External alert jack: allows control of other alerting devices.

Midland WR-10 Specifications

Frequency Range
AM 510-1650KHz
FM 88-108MHz
WX 162MHz
(162.4O, 162.425, 162.45, 162.475, 162.50, 162.525, 162.55MHz)
Number of WX Channels
Input Voltage
9-14 Volts DC
AM Max Sensitivity
60 dB/M
FM 30 dB Quieting Sensitivity
20 uV
WX 20 dB Quieting Sensitivity
1.5 uV
Alarm Trip Sensitivity
Speaker Impedance
32 ohms
WX Rejection at 96.6 or 97.7MHz
70dB max.
10% THD Power Output
210 mW max.
8.5 x 1.6 x 6.1" (W x H x D)
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Midland WR-10 Reviews

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Peace of Mind


from Hammond,In  -  Audiophile

nice to have turned in around the home,especially when bad weather is near.regular am/fm is fine also.


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Myra H  how do I set my radio to a local station?
Andrew R  From the included instruction manual: "1. Advance the POWER/VOLUME ON/OFF switch toward the top of the radio. Continue rotating it about one half of the way. 2. Slide the TUNING button to receive the desired station. 3. Readjust the volume to desired listening levels. 4. Position the telescopic antenna for best FM reception. On AM, the antenna is built into the cabinet. Rotating the cabinet itself can improve AM signal reception."
dan s  Where can I get an external antenna ?
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