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Logik IR-100 Internet Wi-Fi Radio - £39.99 instore (or £46.98 delivered)

£39.99 @ Currys
I have bought 2 of these now and they are really good quality. I found a headphone to phono lead on teh net for 52 pence as well that means I can listen to the radio via my hi-fi amp as well. Also… Read More
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9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
I have bought 2 of these now and they are really good quality. I found a headphone to phono lead on teh net for 52 pence as well that means I can listen to the radio via my hi-fi amp as well.

Also streams MP3's etc.. from your PC (once you share the folder).


Features for this Logik IR100

- Connectivity - Wireless broadband needed
- Power - Mains power
- Presets - 5 presets
- Other - WiFi enabled
- Other - Audio file streaming from PC
- Other - Clock/ alarm


Specification for this Logik IR100

Audio Quality Mono
Interface WiFi
Aerial type Indoor
MP3 functionality
LCD Display
Headphone Socket
Mains lead supplied
Clock
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1 Like #1
Not a bad deal I guess, but I'm not a fan of the product. I bought one on ebay 6 months ago and sold it a week later.
#2
Ian Orford
Not a bad deal I guess, but I'm not a fan of the product. I bought one on ebay 6 months ago and sold it a week later.


Why?

I'm toying with the idea of buying one. :thinking:
1 Like #3
I agree with the last post They're a great gadget and it all does work, but for me my DAB radio is better quality, faster at tuning, and doesnt drop out as much as my Internet radio does. Also, the alarm on my DAB is better with more options for sleep, weekends etc.
1 Like #4
My subjective opinion only - it's large, clunky and pretty ugly.

I seem to remember that the internet service it connects to to get a list of radio stations has millions of stations. That's obviously a good thing, but it did find it pretty hard to find the ones you want.

Then, once I picked a station, there was a delay whilst buffering the stream, then it would often stutter or stall. That may well have been my wifi network, but no other wireless clients have problems.

Personally, if you're in a DAB area, I would recommend the new Pure Siesta. Looks nicer, has low power consumption and has a nice feature of a 5-day alarm so I dont have to turn it off at weekends. I really am that lazy :-)

[If I'm making sense, can you up my reputation - dying to get off Matcstick level ;-)]
#5
Is it any good.


What's the mp3 transfer like?

What's the sound quality like?

The Sony wireless streamers are driving me nuts!!!
#6
Brought one of these on Ebay about a week ago.
Previouly I had been listening voa my laptop which, being fairly old, took ages to start up > connect to my network > connect to the relavant site.
This unit is excellent for the money!
Going on from Ian's comments, there is a huge amount of radio stations which can be a pain to go through, probably easier to go to the web site and select from there. All the radio stations are listed by genre/year.
It does remember the last radio station you were listening to and I believe there are a number of presets.
All in all for the money, well worth the £40 as I have not seen anything near the price.
#7
Stations can be found by Genre or Location, so it's not so difficult to find things really. There are 5 presets and for many DAB users (or would be DAB users) it is the best alternative. It streams easily, although I agree that sometimes it can take a few seconds to get going. For £40 its a bargain. My father (70) can now listen to "hancocks Half Hour" etc.. anywhen he likes as BBC7 (and others) have on-demand services. If I get in at 7 0'clock, I can put the 6 o'clock news on !!! It's a nice solution.
#8
just got two from pc world, one for my mother and one for me. I am very pleased with them! Although mono the speaker is very good, and headphone output seems fine with my amp/receiver :)

thankyou very much OP
#9
if it has not got a certain internet radio station in there can you program it in somehow?
#10
you can go on the website and request it

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