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Maxtek Cream DAB & FM Radio free delivery,3 years warranty £29.99 @ ALDI

£29.99 @ ALDI
A mini DAB and FM Radio with a lovely cream design (or hearts design) free delivery.3 years warranty. Features Bluetooth® 4.1 Frontier solution 20 station presets: 10 DAB, 10 FM DC and e… Read More
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A mini DAB and FM Radio with a lovely cream design (or hearts design) free delivery.3 years warranty. Features

Bluetooth® 4.1

Frontier solution

20 station presets: 10 DAB, 10 FM

DC and earphone jack

Radio and buzz alarm

Snooze control

LCD display

Power source – mains adaptor or 4 x AA batteries (not included)

Auto time synchronisation
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#1
Interesting, as it has a Aux-In socket, as well as Bluietooth.
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Looking for an AC/DC DAB with bluetooth, so I'll be interested to read reviews of the sound quality. The dimensions suggest a smallish speaker though. Wish it had more than ten presets per band. Not as if that should cost them anything. A lot of the (garbage) Bush ones have 30 + 30.

And how long will AA batteries last in a DAB set??? Even C cells are dead in hours in many.

More pics available at http://vintage-radios-london.co.uk/Maxtek-Cream-Mini-DAB-FM-Radio-Mini-Roberts-Radio-Style-New-Boxed

This looks like the full manual for what looks like this model without Bluetooth (Sadly, hukd auto-asterisks the bit after www which is spelt q, u, e, s, h) http://www.quesh.co.uk/data/images/products/69133UG.pdf

And if you want to give one of these for Valentine's, scroll down the Aldi page to find one with hearts on it.

Edited By: woodface7 on Feb 04, 2017 22:08: Manual talk
#3
Aldi had a previous DAB radio offer, larger but also a bit vintage.
On DAB the sound was over mellow but reason it went back was the truly awful muffled Bluetooth sound quality. Then got a Pure Pop Mini, clearer DAB sound but Bluetooth still a bit naff. Now I use a car FM transmitter to convert my phones Bluetooth to speaker on the Pure, far better.

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