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Roberts Internet/DAB Radio STREAM 93i, £104.00 at Hughes

£104.00 @ Hughes
The Stream 93i is a highly rated internet/DAB/FM radio from the highly respected Roberts. Normally costs around £130 but several stores are offering it for £120 this weekend. Hughes have it for £109 b… Read More
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The Stream 93i is a highly rated internet/DAB/FM radio from the highly respected Roberts. Normally costs around £130 but several stores are offering it for £120 this weekend. Hughes have it for £109 but using code easter5 brings it down to £104. Amazon have it for £110 if you live outside Hughes' free delivery area.

It was What hi-fi award winner for the past couple of years - see review.
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#1
Why is this cold, seems like a great deal to me?
#2
pants
Why is this cold, seems like a great deal to me?
I also think it is a great price for this product but I can also understand anyone thinking it is a lot to pay for a radio. HUKDs is a fickle old place!
#3
It's a small system but the sound is very good. Decided to buy another 1 a few months back.
#4
pants
Why is this cold, seems like a great deal to me?

Maybe because it's internet radio service is locked down to one provider? I don't know if this is the case, because I don't own one and can't be beggared to read the instruction manual. But some years ago, when I was looking for an internet radio to replace my one that had broken, which was locked to one one service provider, service aggregator or whatever it is called, I found it seemed all were so, and Roberts wouldn't let you add the URL of stations unless they were in the list of the provider that they used. So I went "sod that" Then I got a phone with very good audio and went why do I need a "radio" anymore because there are loads of good radio apps that give you full choice? And so I dropped the idea. Just the other day I bought a Lenovo Yoga 3 from Argos and that has excellent audio output, so why would anyone want a radio which restricts choice and can only do audio when there are better devices out there that can do so much more?
#5
Cheers, got one of these a few weeks back. Totally amazing, thought the internet radio would be a gimmick but use that most now. Can search for anything and it finds a station. Ordering a few more for around the house.
#6
Can this be used as a Bluetooth speaker? How does it compare to an anker bluetooth speaker and a radio app? The sound is great on the anker
#7
people voting badly as they don't understand. fantastic price, fantastic unit.
#8
Anon32
Can this be used as a Bluetooth speaker? How does it compare to an anker bluetooth speaker and a radio app? The sound is great on the anker
I use a cheap Bluetooth reciver plugged into aux at the back as well as just send my music from galaxy S6 via wifi. Don't forget to download the new app UNDOK which works so much better then previous rubbish app they had before. You can rename the radios to where you have them located e.g. kitchen, main bedroom, living room etc... you can also control, update & select media from within the app.

Edited By: AJ92 on Apr 16, 2017 09:07
#9
I have one of these bought it a few months ago very good radio
#10
This should be going hot, Its a brilliant radio and well worth the money.
#11
AJ92
Anon32
Can this be used as a Bluetooth speaker? How does it compare to an anker bluetooth speaker and a radio app? The sound is great on the anker
I use a cheap Bluetooth reciver plugged into aux at the back as well as just send my music from galaxy S6 via wifi. Don't forget to download the new app UNDOK which works so much better then previous rubbish app they had before. You can rename the radios to where you have them located e.g. kitchen, main bedroom, living room etc... you can also control, update & select media from within the app.

What was the brand of blutooth receiver?
The roberts one never drops in price it seems
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trott3r
AJ92
Anon32
Can this be used as a Bluetooth speaker? How does it compare to an anker bluetooth speaker and a radio app? The sound is great on the anker
I use a cheap Bluetooth reciver plugged into aux at the back as well as just send my music from galaxy S6 via wifi. Don't forget to download the new app UNDOK which works so much better then previous rubbish app they had before. You can rename the radios to where you have them located e.g. kitchen, main bedroom, living room etc... you can also control, update & select media from within the app.
What was the brand of blutooth receiver?
The roberts one never drops in price it seems
I have an Aukey and no brand 1 but I just suggest buy 1 based on reviews e.g. : https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00B79MWA4/ref=mp_s_a_1_57?ie=UTF8&qid=1492353407&sr=8-57&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=bluetooth+receiver&dpPl=1&dpID=31mXLr0fU4L&ref=plSrch
#13
thanks for that aj92
#14
DAB+ Hot

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