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Panasonic DAB digital radio from ASDA - £16.00 instore @ Asda

£16.00 @ George (Asda George)
Part of the asda toxic sale picked up this for £16 along with the 3 pack of Panasonic telephones for £14 Read More
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Part of the asda toxic sale picked up this for £16 along with the 3 pack of Panasonic telephones for £14
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#1
just picked up two of the Onn ones for £11 each in Colchester! (none of the other deals about except the Xbox headset, they'd sold out of the PlayStation 4 games I checked :| )
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I got one of these at £45 a while back. Great radio. 10 preset buttons - and they're on top so you can press them without the radio moving across the table. The speaker is pretty big so the sound is pretty good.
1 Like #3
Presumably it eats batteries like every other DAB radio I've used?
1 Like #4
looks a great radio for this price
Panasonic webpage here:
http://www.panasonic.com/uk/consumer/home-entertainment/hi-fi/rf-d10eb-k.html
User reviews here (mixed bag!) :
http://www.panasonic.com/uk/consumer/home-entertainment/hi-fi/rf-d10eb-k.reviews.html

apparantly needs 'C' size battery - I'm guessing it eats batterys !
3 Likes #5
I have this DAB radio and can confirm it is a cracker

Build quality is great and sound quality is fantastic, crystal clear on every station be it DAB or FM no hissing or bubbly noises you get from other DAB's
I regularly hear very high frequency sounds from my Panny that I never hear even in the car..

It regularly sends people to the front door because they thought they heard a sound, then can't believe when they realise it was actually the radio, it almost throws the music out in a 3D spatial type sound

I love it!

Never used it on batteries so can't comment on battery life
Microwaves and other electrical items that usually interfere with some DABS don't have any effect on the Panny,
so you just know the components inside are of a decent quality..
I paid £60 for mine in Sainsburys and you hardly ever see them reduced, I have only once and that was down to £45 last year for a week, then back up to £60 since.

10 Presets on the top of the radio for DAB and they can be used again for FM stations too, so no fiddly dials to tune, the LCD backlit display can be turned off or you can have it set to constantly on all the time which I have done..Has built in graphic equaliser to arrange how you want your bass and treble to sound
Its FM, DAB and DAB+ and pulls in weak signals really well

Probably the best transistor type radio I have ever owned and I have owned a few
I had a Roberts before this and it blew the Roberts into the weeds, so thats how good this radio is

Edited By: crazylegs on May 16, 2017 15:06: edit
#6
lanky78
just picked up two of the Onn ones for £11 each in Colchester! (none of the other deals about except the Xbox headset, they'd sold out of the PlayStation 4 games I checked :| )

You did well at only £11 each?. :-)
#7
I can't see these on the Asda website.
1 Like #8
Besford
Presumably it eats batteries like every other DAB radio I've used?
No, it's pretty good. On battery power, the off button puts it into a deeper sleep than on mains power. It takes longer to turn on when in battery mode, but it's still more responsive than my mum's Pure Evoke Mio. There are stats online to list the run times on battery. It's not a cheap way to listen but it's not preposterously energy draining like dab used to be. The wake-to-radio function doesn't work in battery mode, if that's important.
#9
Besford
Presumably it eats batteries like every other DAB radio I've used?
Tesco listing claims 33 hrs battery. Not too sure about that, but it's not entirely unbelievable.
#10
harrysgirl1971
I can't see these on the Asda website.
They don't even have them in my Asda superstore, they have never stocked them!
I have just come back from there after having another look but no nothing in my store..

If you can find one of these in your stores then wow grab it quick because that would be the bargain of the year at £16
#11
crazylegs
harrysgirl1971
I can't see these on the Asda website.
They don't even have them in my Asda superstore, they have never stocked them!
I have just come back from there after having another look but no nothing in my store..

If you can find one of these in your stores then wow grab it quick because that would be the bargain of the year at £16


Asda Living stores stock them if any left
#12
Great price, heat added. I'm after one with aux-in and an alarm (it's for bedside use) if anyone's seen a good one.
#13
Guess it's fine for price. Mine has a noticeable hiss at low levels. The display has poor a viewing angle too.

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