Orange Liveradio portable internet radio £23.20 delivered @ Orange Accessories using code bill20 - HotUKDeals
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Posted almost a month ago by paulgee31. I thought it was worthy of a repost based on the 20% off code bill20 instead of just commenting in the original thread where it will most likely go unnoticed. I just ordered one myself for £23.20 so it does work.

Original thread here http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/liveradio-internet-radio-29-00-oran/711061


Product Description

The Orange Liveradio gives you access to 4000+ worldwide internet stations and in addition to a wide range of podcasts and audio books. The great thing about Orange Liveradio is that no PC is required when you are listening to your internet radio stations. All you need is a Wi-Fi router and broadband internet access. If you want to personalise your internet radio stations then you can do so through orange.co.uk/liveradio

key features

* 2 x 4cm quality stereo speakers
* stereo amplifier 2x2w
* improved digital sound quality with Bass Boost enhancer technology
* standard 3.5mm stereo jack socket for headphones or speakers
* USB port for various MP3 players

other specifications

* 8 Preset Keys to store your favourites.
* time / clock / alarm functionalities.
* white backlit display 128 x 64 pixels.
* dimensions: 220mm (W) x 123mm (H) x 78mm(D)
* weight: 0.638kg.

whats in the box

* liveradio
* power adaptor
* rechargeable AA batteries included for portability
* easy set-up user guide

It comes with a 2 year warranty.......

How can I exchange the Liveradio?

If your warranty is still valid (24 months from the purchase date), you can under certain conditions, exchange your Liveradio. Please contact customer care for further information.

How long do the Liveradio batteries last?

The batteries last for four hours of continuous listening or 24 hours in standby mode. It takes 10 hours to completely recharge the batteries.
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#1
bought one last time around - despite some criticisms, I actually really like it - cheap as chips and I found it easy to setup and great for the kitchen/conservatory. It has rechareable batteries so you can move it from room to room. Ok its not the greatest sound quality (but does have a headphone/line out) but perfectly adaquate for me.
#2
any other comments, seems too good a price to let it go!
#3
m00bs
seems too good a price to let it go!


My thoughts exactly! 8)
#4
For what its worth, you can also stream music from your computer over your wireless network via media player.
1 Like #5
I love mine - wake up to the radio, and the sound quality is fine.
suspended#6
Gotta be a bargain cheers op
#7
OK, so ordered two, one for my dad (gadget freak) and one for my step son-in-law to be. Xmas sorted
#8
Thanks, ordered one. The alarm functionality means I can replace my rubbish Hitachi DAB clock radio. For me DAB has been a huge disappointment.
#9
Great product, picked one up from the last deal.....
Sits in the kitchen, allows us to listen to Finnish radio (and who wouldn't want that ?!) and happily streams media from the network also :D
Really pleased, easy to use and setup - buy one !
#10
Can it run from mains?
#11
tek-monkey
Can it run from mains?


whats in the box

* power adaptor
#12
Lol, soz. Am at work so skim reading, should have paid more attention. Very tempted for my GFs place, cheers OP.
#13
I also bought one last time, sound quality isn't great but more then good enough for the kitchen. Best thing is how it supports upnp media streaming! Can listen to all of my music thats sitting on my PC! Also the interface is very intuitive, does lots of nice little things you would hope for like searching your music library
#14
Pagemaster
bought one last time around - despite some criticisms, I actually really like it - cheap as chips and I found it easy to setup and great for the kitchen/conservatory. It has rechareable batteries so you can move it from room to room. Ok its not the greatest sound quality (but does have a headphone/line out) but perfectly adaquate for me.


Hi

I have seen a review on youtube about the radio not having a turn-off button (so you either need to disconnect it from the power or take the batteries out? Please, could you confirm whether this is true?

Thanks
#15
Thanks o.p. ordered.
#16
Bought one. Can always link it to a 2.1 speaker system for better sound. Nice. Ta!
#17
nice find!...was looking at this a couple of years back.then it cost alittle under £100!so ordered.thanks.
1 Like #18
Hadrian
Hi

I have seen a review on youtube about the radio not having a turn-off button (so you either need to disconnect it from the power or take the batteries out? Please, could you confirm whether this is true?

Thanks

It has a standby mode which wears the batteries down more slowly, but there is no 'Off' button.

I bought one of these at £30 and really like it.
It's not perfect by any means though because:-

i) it never connects first time to my WPA-PSK network and I need to go through the connection process manually to get it up and running, which can take a couple of minutes. This isn't really an issue if you leave it plugged in though.

ii) the sound quality isn't great for music, but perfectly good for spoken word,

iii) the website is a bit crappy, and the list of radio stations and podcasts on there is fairly basic so you'll probably need to enter a lot of your favourites manually.

iv) the battery life only tends to be about 3 hours,
#19
v) for some reason podcasts don't seem to be listenable on it as soon as they are available to download elsewhere, which is a bit puzzling.
#20
bill888
I presume the mains adapter plugs into the radio.

If so, can the LiveRadio run off mains power with the batteries removed from the radio?


Yep
#21
****, got mine when it was £30
Im happy with mine for what I need ... tinkering around on the bike at the bottom of the garden, in the bath ... plays from Wireless, media from your PC, plays from USB, and podcasts. You cant complain for the money.

It will recharge the batterys when plugged into the mains.
You cant complain about the sound for the price... good enough for me,
No off button is weird, I just put the batterys in when I know Im going to be on the move with it.
My wireless connection on WPA is fine, connects first time for me.

I would truly recommend this.
However, **** all support on the Orange site ... this is pretty much discontinued in terms of support and firmware ... but it works fine for what its meant to do.
#22
does this work abroad or only in UK internet networks?
#23
cheers, just ordered one :)
#24
Thank you, just ordered one.
#25
No off switch :(
#26
this is still the same price as the previous deal - no change at all and the 20% off voucher is also on that original deal

so If your gonna give heat give it to the original post

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/liveradio-internet-radio-29-00-oran/711061
#27
thanks for posting this deal, I missed the original one, 3 weeks 6 days ago @£29
banned 1 Like #28
It's bordering on a deal that's a month old. Under that set of circumstances it's fine to bring it to the members attention again. I see the OP has given credit to the original finder.

Cracking deal all the same.
banned#29
janz70
this is still the same price as the previous deal - no change at all and the 20% off voucher is also on that original deal

so If your gonna give heat give it to the original post


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/liveradio-internet-radio-29-00-oran/711061

it's you're not your
sorry but if you're going to be stupidly pedantic then so am I
hot deal OP good post-ignore the whining babies
#30
i bought a revo pic from ebay reduced from £120 to £60, only used it 3 times, i work from home so the internet is more suitable.
#31
janz70
this is still the same price as the previous deal - no change at all and the 20% off voucher is also on that original deal

so If your gonna give heat give it to the original post


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/liveradio-internet-radio-29-00-oran/711061


I gave credit to the original poster and thread. The voucher was not showing at the time. I explained why I made this thread. Please get a life.

Oh, and it wasn't me that expired the other thread.


Edited By: simate on Jul 27, 2010 23:23: i
Edited By: simate on Jul 27, 2010 23:25: i
#32
Great find - Cheap as chips! - I have looked at the review on youtube and have now ordered - many thanks:D
1 Like #33
Yup I confirm there was no voucher at the time I orderd it on the last deal.
Some people want to get a fuckin life on here ... all bl00dy little hitlers.
#34
I got one of these when it was £29 - and it's fantastic to use as an Internet radio but just to be a little more tecky - If you want to listen to BBC broadcasts on this device then you will be forced to use BBC's international streams which are 48kbps rather than the crisper 128kbps as the connection comes from outside (Yes, i was expecting the radio to connect directly to the streams too) but it seems it uses some kind of proxying, suspect that it's down to the way the radio interacts with the online account you need to setup in order to manage stations etc.

With it doing this, I find BBC Radio One very crescendo(ey) with the stream seeming to be like AVC (Automatic Volume Control) on TV's for adverts breaks. From what I can tell there's no way round this and I cannot seem to get Com One's firmware on the box either.
#35
BBC's 'listen again' is not directly supported, although I did read that some crafty little monkey on another forum used a program called 'url snooper' to get around this issue (not myself) lol
#36
Mascherano
janz70
this is still the same price as the previous deal - no change at all and the 20% off voucher is also on that original deal

so If your gonna give heat give it to the original post
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/liveradio-internet-radio-29-00-oran/711061

it's you're not your
sorry but if you're going to be stupidly pedantic then so am I
hot deal OP good post-ignore the whining babies


this from a man who has 2 posts - you wouldn't know a deal if it bit you in the ass

Strangely the original deal has been expired

Edited By: janz70 on Jul 28, 2010 19:35: update
#37
janz70
Mascherano
janz70
this is still the same price as the previous deal - no change at all and the 20% off voucher is also on that original deal

so If your gonna give heat give it to the original post

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/liveradio-internet-radio-29-00-oran/711061

it's you're not your
sorry but if you're going to be stupidly pedantic then so am I
hot deal OP good post-ignore the whining babies


this from a man who has 2 posts - you wouldn't know a deal if it bit you in the ass

Strangely the original deal has been expired


Back again with nothing worth typing (_;)


Edited By: simate on Jul 28, 2010 20:49: .
Edited By: simate on Jul 28, 2010 20:50: .
#38
Radio arrived and set up this morning - it is so good have ordered three more.One for each room!!
:D
#39
Looking at buying at £ 23.20
Can anyone let me know what is the most up to date version of firmware available elsewhere , and what version is in the current Orange model.
What are the significant implications of having the out of date firmware?
#40
radio arrived this morning. I'm really techno challenged but I've set it up and have radio 7 and radio 4 on preset buttons already. Very happy with it, thanks OP (s)

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