Name: colourSTREAM (ROBERTS) Type: DAB/Internet Radio with iPod Dock Specs: Click here for full specs Price: £176.09 from Amazon Image Gallery: Click here Billed as a next-gen radio system, the ROBERTS colourSTREAM has a list of features as long…
There are hundreds of iPod docks out there these days, but the Tower from Magicbox caught our attention, with its built in DAB/FM radio and alarm clock. Available in metallic red, purple, blue or black, the dock despite its…
Not too long ago DAB radio seemed to have a glittering future. Championed by the BBC and backed by a slew of high profile manufacturers it seemed inevitable that DAB would be the radio format of the future. However in the last two years much has changed and DAB radio is now at an interesting crossroads.
Satellite radio is already a huge success stateside, with Krueger heavily involved in the popular satellite subscription service Sirius.
Listen to your iPod/iPhone when you wake up with this latest Chronos iDock clock radio. Part of Apple's "Made for iPod" and "Works with iPhone" programmes, Chronos iDock Series II enables also boasts stereo DAB, DAB+ and FM clock radio.
Track and 'now playing' information is displayed on the Chronos iDock Series II screen and users can control their iPod/iPhone via the radio or remote control.
Based on the award-winning Chronos iDock and available in black or white it comes with enhanced controls including a rotary dial and larger, easy-to-use buttons. PowerPort provides charging for USB accessories such as a mobile phone charger, reading light or even cup warmer solving the problem of having insufficient power points next to the bed.
Other features includefour independent alarms (for waking to DAB/ FM, iPod/iPhone or a tone) adjustable sleep and snooze timers and a light sensor which automatically dims the display. An MP3/CD player or headphones can be connected and a matching remote control is also supplied.
British company Monitor Audio is probably best known for its high-quality, hi-fi speakers but here's a DAB radio which stands out from the crowd – even the PR described it over the phone as the 'marmite' of DAB radio. You'll either love it or hate it.
Dubbed the Airstream 10, it certainly looks interesting, though I'm not sure how practical it would be in the kitchen – kind of looks like it will topple over.
That thing there is the England Rugby Edition of Pure’s portable Move DAB radio. The only thing that’s England Rugby Team about it seems to be that little rose logo there just above the display.
The Move DAB radio can run for 40 hours…
Alex finds her way around Intempo's retro-styled digital radio.