Roberts: the Rolls-Royce of radio


I’ve been meaning to get a digital radio for ages, and I’ve finally bit the bullet and bought a bottom-of-the-range Roberts radio. Mind you, what’s bottom of the range for Roberts is still streets ahead of other firms’ best products, and despite the lack of features such as tone controls and other goodies, it’s a cracking bit of kit. Most importantly of all, it sounds superb. Or at least, it does if you don’t listen to horrifically compressed stations such as some of the pop channels, whose techies clearly don’t have ears.

4 thoughts on “Roberts: the Rolls-Royce of radio

  1. tm says:

    Digital radio – what an excellent idea, lots of channels I listen too, good reception, easy changing. Obviosly living within 20 miles of one of the largest cities in the UK recption won’t be a problem. Oh, hold on…

  2. tm says:

    No reception is perfect. In the sense that it is totally non-existent and therefore the equivalent of zero at all times…

  3. mark wouters says:

    Hello,
    ASDA Do a cheap DAB Radio at £24.97 its ok sound !!!!
    Intempo are cheap at Tesco £29.99 (KTC-01) SUPERB !!!
    The Best DAB RADIO for sale,though is THEE Roberts RD50 CFM !!!!Sonic superiority INDEED,

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