DAB Radio for the kitchen?
i bought one of these…
…for 20quid from tesco outlet on ebay. i’m quite fussy about sound but its pretty good. mind you best bit was that it came scratched, i called tesco and they refunded my cash and just told me to dispose of it… so i did, its in my workshop!
ricersounds have some cheap ones with decent reviews as well.
conversely my wife has a fancy leather retro roberts thing, cost silly cash and i think it sounds like shite. but she bought it because it looked nice.Posted 5 years agosadexpunkSubscriber
I just looked into this and really fancied a pure. The couple I were interested in would have come out at over a ton including chargepak tho. In the end I followed advice from here and picked up a half price Red radio from sainsburys. £30 instead of 60 which does the job just fine.
Still lust after one of those pures tho, just can’t justify the cost. Or afford it to be honest :-/Posted 5 years agoBristolPabloMember
Pure One. Mine is about 18 months old and the other day the power adaptor stopped working but they have a 2 year warranty. Tried the adaptor on another Pure radio, nothing. Tried the good power adaptor on the original radio, all good. Called Pure and they said a new one would be in the post foc. I also said the aerial was a bit bent, no dramas they would stick one in the post too… 3 days later, new adaptor and aerial… Stuff like that makes me stay loyal to a company.Posted 5 years agoNeil_BoltonMember
Bought the wife and I a John Lewis DAB radio http://www.johnlewis.com/231264324/Product.aspx
Annoyingly I’ve just noticed they have it reduced down to £99.99 from the £129.99 that I paid for it just before XMas 👿
However, it’s a bloody good bit of kit and I’m really pleased with it even if I’ve missed out on the reduced price.
Does DAB as well as iPod, Internet Radio and also any shared media servers you might have on your wireless network.
Good sound to, with two speakers, and a good quality bass. I’d recommend (especially at £100 – not that I’m bitter).Posted 5 years ago
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