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Philips DAB Radio for only £27.00 @ ASDA

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7y, 2w agoFound 7 years, 2 weeks ago
Saw these in store today, with plenty of stock.

Not bad for a Philips DAB radio!
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#1
A good price for a Philips. There are some great stations on DAB. Voted hot
#2
gluke21;7413277
... There are some great stations on DAB.

Depends on your location. Check out battery life before buying. I retired my last Philips DAB as it cost me fortune in batteries ie. 6 D batteries per month at about 4 hours per week.
#3
reduced in asda govan to £17!
#4
got mine for £20 in lincoln
#5
Surely it's mains powered?
#6
buelligan
Depends on your location. Check out battery life before buying. I retired my last Philips DAB as it cost me fortune in batteries ie. 6 D batteries per month at about 4 hours per week.


That's one of the problems with DAB it seems to use a lot of power for some reason.
#7
thanks
#8
Beware -----Digital Radio are ok with main power but cost fortune to run on battery:thinking:
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sharkalos
Surely it's mains powered?


Yep
#10
buelligan;7413659
Depends on your location. Check out battery life before buying. I retired my last Philips DAB as it cost me fortune in batteries ie. 6 D batteries per month at about 4 hours per week.

why didnt you use rechargeables :roll:
#11
salsasss;7416316
Beware -----Digital Radio are ok with main power but cost fortune to run on battery:thinking:

use rechargables.....pure use an expensive one but its worth as it lasts ages - over 100 hours i think
#12
Thanks. Heat and Rep added
#13
nice one need 1 for a old lady i know
#14
i have a different model of philips dab from amazon which i got about a century ago

it's a great little bit of kit
#15
Croupier
Yep


thanks rep added. Will see if i can grab one tomorrow
#16
:thumbsup:
#17
royals;7416452
why didnt you use rechargeables :roll:

Originally it was because 6 (decent) rechargeable D batteries and a charger were to expensive. I then bought a stock of Philips D batteries from Richer Sounds at £1 for 6. :whistling:
#18
Has anyone bought this model and can provide a view on it?
#19
mikkyB
Has anyone bought this model and can provide a view on it?


I bought it and I'm happy with it. I bought it for in work and the only quibble I got is some channels are quiet compared to others. I work in a noisy environment and some channels I like ie. Talkport ,I can barely hear, but most are loud and clear. It's my first DAB radio so I don't know if that's the norm.
#20
None in Sheffield Handsworth store, shame as I really wanted one.
#21
This is still current....saw today and was going to repost it, until I saw this one

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b198/ironeagleuk/DSC03139.jpg

Loads in the Folkestone branch
#22
Based on the photo this looks like the Philips AE5200 so a good price as it normally costs around £40

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