Foehn & Hirsch Portable WiFi Internet Radio (Black) £43.57 delivered at Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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A good alternative to DAB and a decent price for a WiFi internet radio.

The F&H Pocket Size Internet & FM Radio allows you to enjoy over 12,000 radio stations from all over the world. You can sort stations by region, by country and even by genre. Within seconds, you could listen to a pop station in Paris, or BBC news in the United Kingdom. Follow your home town sports team wherever you are and wherever they are. Plus, the list of radio stations is automatically updated every time you turn it on. And with FM reception, you can even listen to local radio stations. Personalise your F&H radio with custom station lists, built using a web portal. With 15 hours of operation time, you'll be able to amaze your friends all day. Simple wheel navigation makes it easy to get around the device, and the 3.5in headphone jack makes the F&H radio compatible with all the headphones and speakers you already own!
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Product Features

* Listen to over 12,000 radio stations from around the World
* Tune into over 7,000 Podcasts
* Around 15 hours of continuous use from a fully charged battery
* Listen to your local stations while you're travelling
* Search by Country or Genre.

Technical Details

* Formats - RM, MP3 and WMA
* Battery - Built-in 1500mAh Li-Ion Polymer
* Wireless - 802.11b/g
* Display - 1.8" LCD display with white LED light
* Eco - Power saving mode
* Sound - 2W 36mm speaker. Headphone jack
* Dimensions - 72.9x125.1x23.1mm
* Weight - 160g


Edited By: millarcat on May 23, 2011 10:27
#2
seems to be a good price to me
#3
Yeh good price........... and positive reviews, good battery life also (If you've got a smart phone - "tune-in radio"is a free app with 50,000 channels- it has a great interface too)
#4
Not sure I understand the point of this. It needs a wi-fi connection to use so it's incredibly limited as a potable radio....unless the owner is intending to use it at home in which case a decent DAB radio is much better for less cost.

I haven't voted either way as IMHO the voting system should be based on whether the item is a good deal or not, but I'd welcome views on how this could be usefull without having to stump up expensive hot-spot costs.
#5
It's only useful as an internet radio if you're within range of your or someone elses home network. That's why I mentioned the smartphone app "tune-in radio" 50,000 stations for free. The bonus on this is that unlike a smartphone it has a battery life of 3-4 days which no smart phone can boast especially if it's streaming music.



Edited By: mightykaboosh on May 23, 2011 12:14
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dannyschuster
Not sure I understand the point of this. It needs a wi-fi connection to use so it's incredibly limited as a potable radio....unless the owner is intending to use it at home in which case a decent DAB radio is much better for less cost.

I haven't voted either way as IMHO the voting system should be based on whether the item is a good deal or not, but I'd welcome views on how this could be usefull without having to stump up expensive hot-spot costs.


um how can a dab radio compete with an internet radio !?
#7
Almost bought this a week or two ago until I read the detailed reviews which pointed out it's mono. Not normally an issue except for some reason instead of merging the left and right feeds this radio just outputs one. The result of this is that depending on what you're listening to you may only hear part of the audio, eg just the drums or guitar if the vocals are on the other feed.
#8
Now it's up to £59.99, unless you want the green verison at £44.99
#9
straymuffin
Almost bought this a week or two ago until I read the detailed reviews which pointed out it's mono. Not normally an issue except for some reason instead of merging the left and right feeds this radio just outputs one. The result of this is that depending on what you're listening to you may only hear part of the audio, eg just the drums or guitar if the vocals are on the other feed.

Step back and look outside the box for a moment. . . whilst the broadcaster may be broadcasting in stereo the receiver is receiving the both channels but processes as mono output to the speaker that same as normal fm radio the radio decodes it into stereo but can default to mono if you have just mono radio.. . . . I have this radio (mono) and two stereo sets if all 3 are on at same time you can hear how one set can process the sound quicker as much as 7 secs faster . . as for this set I use with car radio via the Aux input and and have a 3g wifi dongle to get the wifi.

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