M&S Wi-Fi Internet Radio MX-200 [ in-store ] £29.99 - HotUKDeals
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Just been to my local M&S store & picked up this Wi-Fi Internet Radio MX-200 marked up at £29.00 was initialy priced at £44.00. It is showing out of stock on line, so might be worth having a look in your local store. I bought the last one from the Castlepoint M&S store (Bournemouth). Product Code: T043329. Free 2 year guarantee

You no longer have to be sitting in front of your computer to enjoy your favourite digital radio stations. This smart radio has a built-in Wi-fi that allows you to listen to any Internet radio station and it lets you stream music & podcasts directly from your PC.

Uses your wireless broadband connection to connect to the web
Stream audio from the web
Listen to more than 6000 stations from around the world
Stream audio from your computer
Dimensions: H17.5 x W21 x D11cm
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#1
I'm sure my local store doesn't stock electrical items, i'll ring M&S tomorrow. Does this work on the reciva network, wish I'd got one last time they were listed :(

Good Price & with 2 Years guarentee can't be bad.
#2
in depth report here. & as far as im aware it does work with reciva network, Ive not had mine out the box yet !
#3
Cheers good to know, should have some spec on the last thread so I'll have a look :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/568428/m-s-wi-fi-radio-mx-200-for-46-10-de
#4
Wow a deal thats actually available in the south. That's incredible! Except it isn't any more.

Good deal though.
#5
Internet radio is the way to go. Forget DAB! Excellent price!
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i have two of these - they are by far the best internet radios i have owned (these are my fourth model), generally hold signal without dropouts, reasonable sound quality and very com[act and quite good looking...
#7
Many thanks. Great find.
#8
richp
in depth report here. & as far as im aware it does work with reciva network, Ive not had mine out the box yet !


Wow some people have too much time on their hands!! Looks like a good deal to me, maybe not the best internet radio but great price!
#9
Now saying Out Of Stock

Bought mine from ebuyer and use it with some creative audio speakers as the sound through the single speaker is very so-so. It has a 3.5mm jack which connects to most pc speakers. It DOES NOT broadcast internet stations on it's own, you need to have a wifi connection. It broadcasts through RECIVA. You can enter your favourite stations through their website. I have stations from France, USA and this country ( probably about 40 in total but you can store many more) .

Internet radio stations broadcast at different bit rates, some of them are as low as 24kbs which sounds like am/ medium wave radio ( but without the hiss ) whereas some are as high as 128kbs and sound very good. Not every station broadcasts on the internet, so your favourite may not be available. Some stations are only available in their country of origin. Some sports events are also unavailable ( even in this country ).

You can also listen to BBC radio programmes from the past seven days. I listen to the Ken Bruce music quiz when I'm doing the cooking.

I find you can never say the word broadcast too many times :)
#10
battery power?
#11
i'm going start shopping around for wifi and dab radios soon especially after hearing about the digital switch over and the end of FM/AM in 5 years time. home radio's, Av recievers, and car stereos will become useless :(
#12
This is a good price,but these are not very good radios.I had one,very poor wireless reception.When it worked it was excellent,but most of the time had difficulty in connecting even when less than 2 metres from router.Would have to switch it on and and off a lot to get a connection.Returned it,and got a squeezebox radio which in my opinion is well worth the extra I paid.
#13
I had one of these and was forced to return it. When it worked it was a nice piece of kit but logging on was very sloooooooooooow - if it could find the wireless signal at all :(
#14
Why is this expired, it clearly says 'in-store' ?
#15
Got one of these just after Christmas from M & S. It is fantastic, especially for the price. I have it plugged into my hi-fi for much improved sound quality. It's a snip at £30!
#16
yasmo10
i'm going start shopping around for wifi and dab radios soon especially after hearing about the digital switch over and the end of FM/AM in 5 years time. home radio's, Av recievers, and car stereos will become useless :(


Don't believe the scaremongering, no dates have been set yet and the current DAB effort isn't up to the job imho so FM will be around for a few years still if the commercial stations have anything to do with it.

WiFi radios though are just great allowing you to listen to so many more stations than DAB and even pause and listen again to stations that offer those services i.e. offering more than FM or DAB could ever do (except mobile reception at the mo) WiFi all the way for me.

Rob

Edit : Just been told that the M&S Homeware store in Capital Retail Park, Leckwith has 16 in stock as of yesterday. Hope that helps someone.
#17
FM still has plenty of life in it. :p

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