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Wi-Fi radio just got more affordable with Bush's Wi-Fi offering, The Bush TR2015. Now you can enjoy radio from around the world without it costing the earth.
All you need to use this radio is a plug socket and a wireless network, simply plug the Bush TR2015WIFI in, select your wireless network and the radio is ready to use. It looks just like an ordinary radio except you can search and tune into over 1,000 web radio broadcasts including the BBC radio stations and most other UK stations.
If you have time to listen to something other than the radio with all that choice, you can use this Bush TR2015WIFI to stream music from your PC as it's compatible with MP3, WMA and RealAudio formats.

FEATURES

* More stations - access more than 1,000 web radio stations
* More choice - listen to radio stations from Auckland to Albuquerque
* Easy to Use - stations are listed alphabetically so you can find what you're looking for quickly
* Versatile - Plays Wi-Fi Radio and streams music from your PC too
* Convenient - no extra leads or wires required, just the power cable (supplied).
* Sound choice - listen your stations via the stereo speakers or on your headphones
* More functions - Clock radio with sleep/snooze function and 10 presets

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

* Requires broadband internet connection and wireless router
* Auto set up
* Streams music files from your PC
* Can be used in any room of the house
* Digital tuner
* Digital Clock with sleep & snooze functionality
* LCD display
* Built in Stereo speakers
* Headphone socket
* Mains operated
* 10 radio station presets
* Dimensions (WxHxD) : Size 250 x 160 x 80mm

EDIT: Removed Dab and FM from title. Thanks Nozzawolf and calmacuk.
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1 Like #1
Good price but I'm fairly certain this unit is wifi only - no DAB or FM so be careful here.
#2
Nozzawolf
Good price but I'm fairly certain this unit is wifi only - no DAB or FM so be careful here.


CDiscount says Bush TR2015WIFI wifi Internet DAB / FM Radio
1 Like #3
agnes
CDiscount says Bush TR2015WIFI wifi Internet DAB / FM Radio


It doesn't have DAB or FM:

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/digitalradio/0,39030009,49288370,00.htm
1 Like #4


Thanks for that - Cdiscount posting more than a little misleading - good price though :)
#5
Agnes, you just beat me to the keyboard!!
#6
agnes
Thanks for that - Cdiscount posting more than a little misleading - good price though :)


Oh so you thank him after I pointed it out eh??! ;-)
#7
Nozzawolf
Oh so you thank him after I pointed it out eh??! ;-)


Oh and thanks to you too of course :-D
#8
Ooops, I should add thanks to OP too. :thumbsup:
#9
If it's Receiva based then Internet Radio is the way to go, simply great technology woefully underappreciated!
#10
great price - really good reviews
#11
From the cnet review it looks like it doesn't have the ability to setup stations via a web site (like Recevia radios can)
#12
I love bush
#13
Nozzawolf
Good price but I'm fairly certain this unit is wifi only - no DAB or FM so be careful here.


I have this radio, and it is only Internet and streaming from your PC, no dab or fm, but it works very well and is a good deal at this price.

Voted hot.
#14
does this include postage if not please amend the title to add postage op
#15
plus £3.99 delivery
#16
This unit is fantastic. Admittedly, I had some issues with it when I originally acquired it a few years ago. However, after a firmware upgrade that was released sometime last year, all the issues I had were resolved :thumbsup: I assume these units come with the latest firmware installed, if not, the firmware upgrade is done over the air via one of the radio's context menus i.e. it is dead simple to do.

@lucidamike:
I thought this unit was Reciva enabled. I've managed to link my radio up with a Reciva account in the past and select favourite stations that can be accessed by one of the radio's menus.
#17
So can you give it any radio station to stream?

I only listen to Somafm over the web and this would be ideal if it works with their streams.
#18
C discount have amended their description now - must be reading this thread!
#19
turkeywelder
So can you give it any radio station to stream?

I only listen to Somafm over the web and this would be ideal if it works with their streams.


I've listened to SomaFM before on this set so I can only assume it still works!

You can browse by genre or location.
#20
Hot! Under £20 for an internet radio is incredible....Who needs fm/dabI have already have it everywhere in the house
#21
Was wondering if this has 2 speakers or is single? I.e. stereo or mono?
Also any audio in/out options?
Thanks.
#22
Review here

Suggests that receiva works fine.

Hmm. Might have a pop at this.
#23
I've ordered one...
#24
Voted hot
#25
Cheers, sounds good, have just ordered one.
#26
How does it cope with being on a WPA encrypted network?
#27
Not wanting to sound a bit of a numpty here but how does this work? Is there a defined standard?

My wife wants a radio to listen to ClassicFM. I had a quick search and you can from a PC listen to their stuff online but it uses a flash player. Is that how this radio works? Or is it a bit like online TV stuff where the BBC iPlayer is just that bit different to say an NBC Silverlight player?

Is there anywhere which lists available channels for such radios?
#28
davester2k
How does it cope with being on a WPA encrypted network?


Fantastically :-D I have it running on a WPA2 network currently.
#29
mike_the_tv
Not wanting to sound a bit of a numpty here but how does this work? Is there a defined standard?

My wife wants a radio to listen to ClassicFM. I had a quick search and you can from a PC listen to their stuff online but it uses a flash player. Is that how this radio works? Or is it a bit like online TV stuff where the BBC iPlayer is just that bit different to say an NBC Silverlight player?

Is there anywhere which lists available channels for such radios?


https://www.reciva.com/ lists all the stations the radio can access.
Classic FM is listed!
#30
Ordered.

Hot deal!
#31
Oh, says out of stock now :x
#32
mike_the_tv;6437875
Oh, says out of stock now :x

It's not showing out of stock for me??! Where does it say this?
#33
not out of stock for me either...
#34
Just ordered one so, hopefully back in stock.
#35
How do you get a post un-expired?
#36
BritishBeef
It's not showing out of stock for me??! Where does it say this?


It didn't say it, it was just removed from the website which happens when stock has run out. Looks like they found another batch now :thumbsup:
#37
Its back in stock it seems, but the buy it now button did disappear....
#38
Does this need a PC to stream?
1 Like #39
meinnit;6438251
Does this need a PC to stream?

It just needs a WiFi access point.
#40
BritishBeef
It just needs a WiFi access point.


Thanks!

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