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Philips AE5200 DAB Clock Radio - £29.99 @ Sainsburys

£29.99 @ Sainsbury's
Product Features Clear and crackle-free DAB radio Easy to use Large backlit LCD display for easy viewing in low light DAB and FM pre-set stations Quick scan of DAB stations Technical Detai… Read More
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Product Features
Clear and crackle-free DAB radio
Easy to use
Large backlit LCD display for easy viewing in low light
DAB and FM pre-set stations
Quick scan of DAB stations
Technical Details

Tuner/Reception/Transmission
DAB: Band III, Info display, Smart Scan, Menu
Tuner Bands: FM
Station presets: 20
Auto digital tuning: Yes
Antenna: FM Antenna
Sound
Output power (RMS): 300 mW
Speaker diameter: 2.5"
Volume Control: Volume Control up/down
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#1
Link doesn't work and no details of retailer
#2
Biscuitman
Link doesn't work and no details of retailer


Updated, thanks.
#3
Good price for DAB.
#5
bought this in asda in october for £15...still good deal though;)
#6
Cheers for the help(_;)
#7
Good price but DAB is sooo last year now :p
Internet radio is what you want - shame the only models out there are so rubbish!
#8
Dab good concept but poorely executed.
Dab will turn out to be the betamax of the 2011 no great loss.

Internet radio not so sure too much choice and not enough quality.
#9
DAB = BAD. :(
#10
I never get why these things are always designed to look like something from the 80's...
#11
Bigfootpete
Good price but DAB is sooo last year now :p
Internet radio is what you want - shame the only models out there are so rubbish!


I use both - if you're correct then I'd be interested to hear of an internet radio that works as well as my Pure radio does in the car . . . . Oh - and it would have to have free data too!

DAB may not be perfect but it is still worth having, as opposed to biased comments like these.
#12
So you would prefer I made a useless comment not promoting one or the other?
I was indicating my preference, my Dab comment has the poke tongue smiley, indicating it's not meant to be taken seriously, and I did say that internet radios were rubbish.


You're a newbie on this site and already putting people down, we don't need people like you on this site.
#13
I have just returned mine to Sainsbury's today (bought in Jan) I should have read the reviews first, as this eats batteries for fun as other reviewer have written. I have hardly used it and it has used 12 new AA Duracell in a month ! As a mains powered radio it maybe ok, but the power consumption is not good.
#14
What are the alernatives to DAB (apart from internet radio as its not for home use) ? Surley its better than standard FM etc.

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