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Majority Radio DAB+ Wifi Radio Hi-Fi System Tuner FM Spotify Bluetooth UPNP - Refurbished £35.95 at velocityelectronics eBay
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Majority Radio DAB+ Wifi Radio Hi-Fi System Tuner FM Spotify Bluetooth UPNP - Refurbished £35.95 at velocityelectronics eBay

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Posted 10th Feb

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I received mine today - extremely capable little tuner. Excellent receptiob and sound quality. Can be controlled via remote or App. The unit I received was in mint condition.
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DAB/DAB+/FM Digital and Internet Radio
Listen to your local and national stations easily by selecting DAB/DAB+ digital radio or FM radio modes to enjoy your old favourites. For more choice of available stations from all over the country and world, simply connect the radio to your WiFi network to gain access to thousands of radio stations.

Once you find a station you love, set it as one of your 150+ preset stations for easy navigation to your favourite audio every time.

Spotify Connect, Bluetooth and Connectivity
Connect your Spotify account easily to the Robinson with the Spotify Connect feature (Free and Premium user compatible), and use your device as a remote to select your playlists.

Using the Bluetooth connectivity, you can immerse yourself in your favourite media and enjoy your favourite playlists from the apps on your phone or tablet. Also connect your phone to the adapter via UPnP.

Remote Control
Using the supplied remote control, browse through the adapter settings, modes and preset stations for convenient and enjoyable navigation.

Through the Air Music Media App on your smart phone, you can also control the radio adapter from your phone.

Connect Your Own Speakers
The Robinson does not include built-in speakers, so you are free to add your favourite speakers, no matter how big or small, via the OPTICAL OUT or LINE OUT ports of the Majority Robinson. You can now enjoy unlimited choice of digital, FM or internet radio through your best speakers.

Dual Alarm Clock Features
Set up to two alarms on your radio, with options for weekends, weekdays, daily or once. Set the mode and wake up listening to your favourite station. When the alarm sounds, put it into snooze for 9 minutes.

Listed Features:

Media:

Internet Radio
Remote Control
DAB/DAB+
FM
Bluetooth

Spotify Connect (Free or Premium)
Line out for an external speaker

Optical out for an external speaker
Media Centre with UPNP

Functionality Features:
150+ preset options for internet, DAB/DAB+ and FM
Dual Alarm Clock to set once, everyday or choose specific days for the alarm to sound
Snooze/Nap Alarm features
Equaliser adjustment settings
Sleep Timer
Timer Option
Information Centre
Local Radio

Please note that there is no headphone jack. Cannot connect Bluetooth earphones.

Dimensions: 11.5 x 8.7 x 5.2 cm

In the Box:
Majority Robinson Adapter
Remote Control
Antenna
RCA cable
Power adapter
Instructions Guide

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Top comments
africanspeed10/02/2020 18:30

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It's 40 quid and it does all the above. I reckon it's quite good. You shouting at people and using lots of exclamation marks won't change people's opinions.
Aiadi10/02/2020 19:00

Why not get an Alexa and have all the that and a ton of stuff more???!!!


And have the cyberworld listening into your every conversation - no thanks. I had one and the number of adverts that popped up on my Facebook or whatever after discussing something in earshot was astounding.
JoeLennox10/02/2020 18:50

Why have two devices when you can just buy a HiFi with DAB+ and Internet …Why have two devices when you can just buy a HiFi with DAB+ and Internet built in


If you already have a Hifi without DAB or WiFi then this would be a much cheaper solution than buying a new system.
Edited by: "donh01" 10th Feb
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How's the internet radio? Only would buy for the Irish radio. Thanks
What's the watt/sound quality like please?
Would be good if you could connect speakers to it
JoeLennox10/02/2020 17:51

Would be good if you could connect speakers to it


 
Connect Your Own Speakers
 
The Robinson does not include built-in speakers, so you are free to add your favourite speakers, no matter how big or small, via the OPTICAL OUT or LINE OUT ports of the Majority Robinson.
col1110/02/2020 17:30

What's the watt/sound quality like please?


It does not have an amp or speakers.
It's to connect to a hifi or amplified speakers via it's line out or optical connection.
africanspeed10/02/2020 18:30

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It's 40 quid and it does all the above. I reckon it's quite good. You shouting at people and using lots of exclamation marks won't change people's opinions.
AzNDeals10/02/2020 17:54

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Why have two devices when you can just buy a HiFi with DAB+ and Internet built in
JoeLennox10/02/2020 18:50

Why have two devices when you can just buy a HiFi with DAB+ and Internet …Why have two devices when you can just buy a HiFi with DAB+ and Internet built in


be interested to know what hifi does dab+ and internet radio... or do you mean bluetooth and use your phone? not really the same and, frankly, think the screen looks nice for iding songs...
JoeLennox10/02/2020 18:50

Why have two devices when you can just buy a HiFi with DAB+ and Internet …Why have two devices when you can just buy a HiFi with DAB+ and Internet built in


If you already have a Hifi without DAB or WiFi then this would be a much cheaper solution than buying a new system.
Edited by: "donh01" 10th Feb
Thought about it for a minute, then realised I have an old smartphone or 3 that can do all of this...
Why not get an Alexa and have all the that and a ton of stuff more???!!!
donh0110/02/2020 18:54

If you already have a Hifi without DAB or WiFi then this would be a much …If you already have a Hifi without DAB or WiFi then this would be a much cheaper solution than buying a new system.


Exactly this - not everything is available to stream online. An excellent addition to a HiFi system or sound bar for that matter.
col1110/02/2020 17:30

What's the watt/sound quality like please?


The sound quality is pretty good. Of course, this and the wattage depends on whatever amplifier and speakers you run it through.
Aiadi10/02/2020 19:00

Why not get an Alexa and have all the that and a ton of stuff more???!!!


And have the cyberworld listening into your every conversation - no thanks. I had one and the number of adverts that popped up on my Facebook or whatever after discussing something in earshot was astounding.
nedmundo10/02/2020 19:13

And have the cyberworld listening into your every conversation - no …And have the cyberworld listening into your every conversation - no thanks. I had one and the number of adverts that popped up on my Facebook or whatever after discussing something in earshot was astounding.


Your phone itself listens, had Marc Jacobs ads appear on her fb after it was mentioned by me in a psn chat
I think it looks nice and will give some heat for what it is and does.Shame something couldnt be done about the aerial looks wise.Maybe a different design / colour so it blends in or a long enough lead so get gets away from the unit.
Majority have top products, I've a couple of DAB devices and they are A1

maxmix
Ok, interesting, 2 questions:
1. Is the DAB via 'airwaves' or over the internet?
2. Can it do Bluetooth sounds OUT....i.e. can it connect to Bluetooth speakers or headphones?

Thanks
africanspeed10/02/2020 18:30

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It runs Spotify which in modern times is quite recent. Trolling again I see
Aiadi10/02/2020 19:00

Why not get an Alexa and have all the that and a ton of stuff more???!!!


Or a google home speaker
nedmundo10/02/2020 19:12

The sound quality is pretty good. Of course, this and the wattage depends …The sound quality is pretty good. Of course, this and the wattage depends on whatever amplifier and speakers you run it through.


Ahh.. I thought it was a complete unit with speaker/s
Thanks
That’s an ugly bit of kit.

Surely an echo dot is a better choice?
doubleuc10/02/2020 19:25

Your phone itself listens, had Marc Jacobs ads appear on her fb after it …Your phone itself listens, had Marc Jacobs ads appear on her fb after it was mentioned by me in a psn chat



Worrying - isn't it?
d8smt10/02/2020 19:39

Ok, interesting, 2 questions:1. Is the DAB via 'airwaves' or over the …Ok, interesting, 2 questions:1. Is the DAB via 'airwaves' or over the internet?2. Can it do Bluetooth sounds OUT....i.e. can it connect to Bluetooth speakers or headphones?Thanks


1. Both &
2. I haven't tested that bit out yet, but suspect its connect your phone via bluetooth to control the music played. The sound would still come out via the amp and speakers
d8smt10/02/2020 19:39

Ok, interesting, 2 questions:1. Is the DAB via 'airwaves' or over the …Ok, interesting, 2 questions:1. Is the DAB via 'airwaves' or over the internet?2. Can it do Bluetooth sounds OUT....i.e. can it connect to Bluetooth speakers or headphones?Thanks


if you read towards the bottom of the listing it states Please note that there is no headphone jack. Cannot connect Bluetooth earphones.


HTH
nedmundo10/02/2020 19:13

And have the cyberworld listening into your every conversation - no …And have the cyberworld listening into your every conversation - no thanks. I had one and the number of adverts that popped up on my Facebook or whatever after discussing something in earshot was astounding.


Do you browse the internet, carry a phone on you or use a bank card at all for your purchases or do you have your tinfoil hat on you all the time?
Edited by: "Aiadi" 10th Feb
Aiadi10/02/2020 22:45

Do you browse the internet, carry a phone on you or use a bank card at all …Do you browse the internet, carry a phone on you or use a bank card at all for your purchases or do you have your tinfoil hat on you all the time?


Some of the above, but not in the room that the Alexa was in and theconversations occurred
africanspeed10/02/2020 23:24

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Unless, of course, you want to leave the music unit behind (eg for the rest of the family) while you take your phone out with you. Assuming you do of course go out (if you don't then there's no point in having a mobile phone) or you do have somebody else at home who might want to listen to music while you're not around.
Otherwise you may be right. But it seems from your other posts you might see why rev6 comes to that conclusion.
Edited by: "d8smt" 10th Feb
d8smt10/02/2020 23:31

Unless, of course, you want to leave the music unit behind (eg for the …Unless, of course, you want to leave the music unit behind (eg for the rest of the family) while you take your phone out with you. Assuming you do of course go out (if you don't then there's no point in having a mobile phone) or you do have somebody else at home who might want to listen to music while you're not around.Otherwise you may be right. But it seems from your other posts you might see why rev6 comes to that conclusion.


rev6 is obsessed with me.
d8smt10/02/2020 23:31

Unless, of course, you want to leave the music unit behind (eg for the …Unless, of course, you want to leave the music unit behind (eg for the rest of the family) while you take your phone out with you. Assuming you do of course go out (if you don't then there's no point in having a mobile phone) or you do have somebody else at home who might want to listen to music while you're not around.Otherwise you may be right. But it seems from your other posts you might see why rev6 comes to that conclusion.


It's a network receiver. The likes of Marantz, Yamaha, etc, do similar things independent of their other products with similar features with an amplifier. These are useful for adding network features to an existing system, say an integrated amplifier.

Yeah their posts are always so negative to the deal and worded in a way to get a response from people. The top comment in this thread, I knew who they were quoting without even reading it.
Edited by: "rev6" 11th Feb
rev611/02/2020 00:00

It's a network receiver. The likes of Marantz, Yamaha, etc, do similar …It's a network receiver. The likes of Marantz, Yamaha, etc, do similar things independent of their other products with similar features with an amplifier. These are useful for adding network features to an existing system, say an integrated amplifier.Yeah their posts are always so negative to the deal and worded in a way to get a response from people. The top comment in this thread, I knew who they were quoting without even reading it.


What is wrong with having an honest discussion about a product??? Why encourage people to buy something that is already obsoloete???
africanspeed11/02/2020 00:16

What is wrong with having an honest discussion about a product??? Why …What is wrong with having an honest discussion about a product??? Why encourage people to buy something that is already obsoloete???


Rubbish! Obsolete, archaic and outdated tech! Like buying a VCR player in 2020. COLD!

This isn't how to start a civilized discussion
Or you can plug in older laptop/tablet with WiFi, most dab radios do have Internet streams, and they offer better quality.
Does anyone know if it transmits a Bluetooth signal to listen via Bluetooth headphones? Thanks
nedmundo10/02/2020 19:13

And have the cyberworld listening into your every conversation - no …And have the cyberworld listening into your every conversation - no thanks. I had one and the number of adverts that popped up on my Facebook or whatever after discussing something in earshot was astounding.


Didn't happen. If this was commonplace we'd all be seeing it, and I've got 5 Alexa's and 4 Google Home Minis and I've never seen an ad related to anything I've talked about. Unless they are specifically targeting you of course...
Not all that feature packed as it mentioned there’s no AM radio
BungalowBill11/02/2020 07:25

Didn't happen. If this was commonplace we'd all be seeing it, and I've got …Didn't happen. If this was commonplace we'd all be seeing it, and I've got 5 Alexa's and 4 Google Home Minis and I've never seen an ad related to anything I've talked about. Unless they are specifically targeting you of course...


We are all (mostly) seeing it. Couple of weeks back a guy in work was discussing his python and then my Facebook was suggesting I learn to code. All my mates have similar stories.
xena_wales11/02/2020 07:44

We are all (mostly) seeing it. Couple of weeks back a guy in work was …We are all (mostly) seeing it. Couple of weeks back a guy in work was discussing his python and then my Facebook was suggesting I learn to code. All my mates have similar stories.


The common thread here is Facebook.
People are worried about data privacy and security while using that awful service that buys and sells your data every 5 seconds.
OTOH I use an Echo dot and don't get adverts based on it because:
1: I don't use Facebook
2: I use a browser with Do Not Track enabled.

Amazon may have my data, but nobody to use it, shame.
Anyway, this is a great device. I know people who still have great 90's tech HiFI systems that would be brought into the 21st century with this. An Echo may be easier, but the sound quality of a good HiFi is incomparable. This of course being a module means you can thus upgrade your speakers etc and keep functionality without worrying about buying new stuff with the latest tech too.
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