M&S Internet Radio with iPod® Dock now £89.50 @ M&S (free del to store) - HotUKDeals
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Tap into the digital world with this incredible Internet Radio with iPod docking station. You can access up to 1100 radio stations from around the globe, stream audio files directly from your PC or Mac and connect to your iPod's music library via the radio's control panel.

Access over 11000 radio stations from around the world

iPod speaker system with charging and full iPod control

Media streaming of MP3/WMA/Real Audio files from mac or PC

Podcast and 'listen again' service compatible

Electronic alarm clock functionality with sleep and snooze

Connect to internet via built-in Wi-Fi or wired LAN

Compact remote control

Frequency: 802.11b/g. Band III 174-240 Mhz FM 87.5-108.5

Wi-Fi audio files format support: MP3, WMA, Real Audio

Speaker: Full range 2.5'' neodymium drive unit, 6 watt class D amplifier

Connectors: 3.5mm headphone, 3.5mm AUX IN, stereo RCA

Presents: 10 internet radio, 10 FM radio presets

LCD display: 2 x 16 character LCD display with icons

Power supply: 240V AC to 9V DC external power adaptor

Dimensions:H70 x W255 x D120mm

Compatable with iPod classic, iPod nano generations 1, 2, 3 & 4, iPod touch generations 1 & 2 *
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#1
Is this old stock? I had a look on their website and can't see this model any more.

I bought one of these from Revo about 2 years ago and mmmmmmmmm...??? They're OK - but not fantastic. Reception is good and sound is very clear, but I wouldn't call it stunning. It's biggest downfall (in my opinion) is the buttons. If you're planning on using it as a bedside clock you'd quickly find it's really difficult to find your way round the many identical buttons on. It's just not very intuitive.

Oh - sorry, I forgot to mention that when I bought mine I paid £50-somthing quid from Revo.

As a digi-DAB for the kitchen counter it's fine, I guess, which is where mine is now. But I don't believe for a minute that it's worth £89.50. So voting it cold I'm afraid as I don't believe it's a bargain.

Edited By: hobbes748 on Jan 14, 2011 07:31
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I bought this as a Revo last year too for £50. It was a load of rubbish which kept crashing and the volume buttons only worked occasionally. It went back. Do yourself a favour and don't buy it.

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