Sony launches its first DAB – the XDR-C705 clock radio


Apparently Sony has never made a DAB radio – until now that is, with the XDR-C705.

Packed in that slightly retro black and white casing is both FM and DAB reception, a large front speaker and a large LCD screen with station information and the time – because this is an alarm clock as well as a radio. In fact, there’s up to four different alarm settings, so you can vary day-to-day or weekends and weekdays.

Available now, it retails for £60.


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One thought on “Sony launches its first DAB – the XDR-C705 clock radio

  • Hey, Sony is pumping it up in the design stakes again. That’s GOOD news. They used to be market leaders.

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