What DAB radio?

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  1. owey

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    I am after a DAB radio for the house, must be able to work from mains and batteries. I don't want to spend more then £90.00 for one, I am looking for any recomendations that people may have and also would like to know the ones to keep clear of :confused: .
     
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    Thanks nwgarratt had a look on there site looks good, think I will go and have a look in person before I buy. Has anyone bought this Panasonic RFD1 DAB radio that can tell me how good the reception is?
     
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    I had a play with one in my local Panasonic shop (they wanted £129.99 !!).

    It has a really nice blue LED display. Has fast tuning fron one station to another. It also has sockets to hook it up to a proper Hi Fi.

    The reception was excellent on just the telescopic aerial. Thesound quality was very pleasing to listen to. A lot of the cheaper models have only one speaker or sound very tinny due to rubbish speakers. It can also take an external aerial if needed.

    I want one. I just have to wait.
     

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