Grundig's DAB debut

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Grundig is the latest company to jump on the growing DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) bandwagon with its first two DAB products – a portable model and a kitchen radio.

Designed for use on the move, the GDR300 (pictured) features internal aerial, headphone socket and six station pre-sets. A blue LCD screen displays information on radio programmes, artists and songs. Three AA batteries provide up to 16 hours of continuous listening, the manufacturer claims. It costs £119 from Dixons/Currys.

A mains operated stereo DAB digital radio, the Opus kitchen radio is available in a wood effect and silver finish with 10 presets and a blue LCD display. It’s available for £149.99 in store, but is £60 cheaper if you buy it from Dixons’ website

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