Revo iBlik Radiostation DAB/ Wifi Internet Radio /iPod dock Radio Alarm £99.95 @ Superfi - HotUKDeals
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The Revo iBlik Radiostation may look like a radio alarm clock with a smart, contemporary design, but in fact it is a sophisticated DAB and FM radio tuner with RDS, wired and wireless networking and Apple iPod dock functions. Wireless networking means that whenever you're in range of a wireless network or hotspot, you'll have access to over 5000 Internet radio stations. It also enables you to stream media from your PC or Mac. The iBlik Radio-station also has multiple clock/alarm functions and iPod dock/MP3 player connectivity, allowing it to be used as a quality speaker system - and enabling you to wake up to the widest choice of sources.

Whether you put the iBlik Radio station in your living room, bedroom or kitchen, you'll have complete control with the included remote control. Giving you massive amounts of listening choice and functions not normally found in such a device, the Revo iBlik Radiostation is an impressive and compact radio system.


£170+ at other places
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#1
Good price for it and heated, but it depends what you want it for. For this set of features it's untouchable at the price (only real competitor is the Pure Avanti Flow @ £220) but I have the non-DAB version and the UI is fairly dreadful and wifi reception is patchy at best. For an Internet Radio or media streamer i'd be tempted to spend the extra £20/30 for a Pure Evoke Flow or a Squeezebox Radio.
#2
cheap price but couldn't recommend this - I had one of these and sent it back - the volume goes up in huge steps so fine-tuning the sound level isn't possible - also, I found that sometimes the alarm didn't go off which left me high and dry on more than one occasion - bought a roberts stream instead which is fantastic!
#3
gsloman
cheap price but couldn't recommend this - I had one of these and sent it back - the volume goes up in huge steps so fine-tuning the sound level isn't possible - also, I found that sometimes the alarm didn't go off which left me high and dry on more than one occasion - bought a roberts stream instead which is fantastic!


That's happened to me too. When it can't connect to the network in the morning it just seems to sit there displaying 'Network Error' rather than defaulting to FM radio or the buzzer.
#4
Yep, agree with a few of the other comments - I have a couple of Revos, the one listed, and a Pico - both a pain the the ****. The cheaper Bush model I have ...no problem and the now, "long gone" Ministry of Sound, long roundy one, is SUPERB....Got 2 of these...

I use internet radios a lot and my next buy would probably be a pure...

Hope this helps :roll:
#7
Shame about the negative experiences. I bought one because of the reviews on Amazon. Fingers crossed I'll like mine when I get it!

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