You wont go wrong with any Roberts. Ive got one of those Bush retro ones at home and a Pure One Mini at work - both excellent, so for me as long it seems like its all about what style you go for?
Thanks Clem. That's already re-assuring to read. I was worried that it's all show and no go. I want it to sound good!You wont go wrong with any Roberts
I hear you Glen, i thought the same, i.e. "Am i just being made to pay more because of the retro look?"I would go with the Pure, it's the one that I have in my bedroom.
The Roberts is trading on its "old skool" appearance.
Get the Marshall Pure DAB radio. You wont regret it!
I see... well sounds like its an extra feature that you pay extra for and probably uneccesary then.Internet radio is radio through your internet - connect to wireless & away you go. I use a squeezebox for radio - there are thousands of stations to choose from. Have a look at the tunein website to get an idea of what's available.
Quite possibly, especially if she generally just listens to a couple of different stations, but if you live in a basement flat like me it's a necessary featureI see... well sounds like its an extra feature that you pay extra for and probably uneccesary then.
Just read on a review that some have pause & rewind function like you can when watching TV through a smart box, but guessing it's (yet another) feature that you pay more money to have!
Agreed, but they are good pieces of kitThe Roberts is trading on its "old skool" appearance.
That looks identical, rebranded maybe, to the Bush one I bought for my Ma's kitchen. She wanted the colour to match, make was an afterthought...This one appears to have two speakers and is Stereo 2 x 5w
No idea if it sounds good though as don't have one!