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Orange Liveradio internet radio - £58.00 delivered @ Orange accessories
Orange Liveradio internet radio - £58.00 delivered @ Orange accessories

Orange Liveradio internet radio - £58.00 delivered @ Orange accessories

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Mine got delivered just now. Looks a tidy bit of kit. I also used the 10% code they sent me after cancellation of my "8 for £8 Offer". I am sure many others have got the code too. If this looks tempting use that code now as it expires on 10th June I guess.

This also plays media from computer with file sharing.

Product Description

The Orange Liveradio gives you access to 4000+ worldwide internet stations and in addition to a wide range of podcasts and audio books. The great thing about Orange Liveradio is that no PC is required when you are listening to your internet radio stations. All you need is a Wi-Fi router and broadband internet access. If you want to personalise your internet radio stations then you can do so through orange.co.uk/liv…dio

key features

* 2 x 4cm quality stereo speakers
* stereo amplifier 2x2w
* improved digital sound quality with Bass Boost enhancer technology
* standard 3.5mm stereo jack socket for headphones or speakers
* USB port for various MP3 players

other specifications

* 8 Preset Keys to store your favourites.
* time / clock / alarm functionalities.
* white backlit display 128 x 64 pixels.
* dimensions: 220mm (W) x 123mm (H) x 78mm(D)
* weight: 0.638kg.

whats in the box

* liveradio
* power adaptor
* rechargeable AA batteries included for portability
* easy set-up user guide

13 Comments

OMG. The thing is ugly as hell lol.

I wish I had seen this before I got my joggler! I only wanted that for the radio, and this looks much better for that.
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Original Poster

Doesn't look UGLY to me. Not at all....

http://img188.imageshack.us/img188/3920/liveradio.gif

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nomeames;8787510

Doesn't look UGLY to me. Not at all....



Bit of a Sarah Jessica Parker.

Or buy a joggler for £50 and get huge additional functionality over and above the internet radio.

Butterbean;8787409

I wish I had seen this before I got my joggler! I only wanted that for … I wish I had seen this before I got my joggler! I only wanted that for the radio, and this looks much better for that. Heat added.



How so? Joggler is a way better buy.

MrShed;8787980

How so? Joggler is a way better buy.


My joggler has already been back once and been replaced, yet the alarm still refuses to work half the time (very risky when I'm trying to get kids up for exams!), the radio is temperamental (even though the internet connection says it is very good), and this one says it can be used with batteries, which would be handy

Butterbean;8788537

My joggler has already been back once and been replaced, yet the alarm … My joggler has already been back once and been replaced, yet the alarm still refuses to work half the time (very risky when I'm trying to get kids up for exams!), the radio is temperamental (even though the internet connection says it is very good), and this one says it can be used with batteries, which would be handy



Then I think you've been really unlucky.

I've got three - alarm has been no issue, neither has radio.

Yes, the battery power is a definite bonus with this one.

Original Poster

effpee;8787929

Or buy a joggler for £50 and get huge additional functionality over and … Or buy a joggler for £50 and get huge additional functionality over and above the internet radio.



£50???? where?

not as good, i've seen it at £49 in the past at orange shops
plus the vintage is out and this looks too plasticy

Butterbean;8788537

My joggler has already been back once and been replaced, yet the alarm … My joggler has already been back once and been replaced, yet the alarm still refuses to work half the time (very risky when I'm trying to get kids up for exams!), the radio is temperamental (even though the internet connection says it is very good), and this one says it can be used with batteries, which would be handy



I returned my Joggler and got a refund. Not very impressed with it TBH.

The radio on it consists of a handful of UK based stations compared to thousands you can get on this item. You can hack the Joggler to get Ubuntu running on it and get more stations that way but it's still a bit rubbish.

mekon;8796948

I returned my Joggler and got a refund.



They won't give me a refund because I've had it more than 28 days, even though it's clearly not up to the job it was designed to do (and everyone else's seems to do fine). The 28 day thing is printed on the delivery note and they quote this at me every time I ask for a refund.

This has now dropped to £29 if anyone is interested.
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