Over on the swling.com blog, Thomas has uploaded a review of the TitanSDR Pro that was published in the May 2015 version of The Spectrum Monitor online magazine. Although the TitanSDR pro software defined radio is an expensive (1,380 EUR for the basic / 1,970 EUR for the PRO), it may be of interest to those looking to go further into the short wave listening hobby. The TitanSDR is a high performance 9 kHz to 32 MHz receiver with 16 built in preselectors and a bandwidth up to 2.1875 MHz. It’s main markets appear to be government intelligence and military, but it also finds good use in general short wave listening.
Thomas reviews the TitanSDR positively, liking its easy to use software and its superb sensitivity, but noting that it’s high price may be a bit off putting.
Also, in the current June version of The Spectrum Monitor magazine Thomas also reviews the SDRPlay, a $149 USD HF capable radio, also giving it a favourable review.