Q2 Wi-Fi Internet Radio with Full Motion Tip and Tilt Control £39.97 delivered @ Amazon
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Q2 Wi-Fi Internet Radio with Full Motion Tip and Tilt Control £39.97 delivered @ Amazon

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Found 20th Jul 2012
Looks an interesting product that is available in Black, Pink, Green and White at this price

Product Features
WIFI radio connects via wireless broadband
Simple to use - no buttons
Four presets just tip over to change
Tilt it forward or back to raise or lower the volume
Easy setup via PC or Mac
No displays, knobs, buttons, switches or dials, simply flip the Q2 Radio to change channels and tilt to adjust the volume
Q2 Radio has access to more than 15,000 radio stations and podcasts to choose from
Simple setup on both PC or Mac, and connects easily via your wireless WiFi broadband
Comes complete with mains adaptor and rechargeable battery which last up to 10 hours, works in every country worldwide
Soft touch finish with a contrasting high gloss front bezel and matching speaker grille
Technical Details

Superior audio quality
Full range 2.4” ohm drive unit matched to the 140 Hz tuned port enclosure
Biquad DSP filters
High efficiency Class AB BTL amplifier, optimized for battery operation and resulting in lower noise and distortion, giving typically less than 0.1% THD

8 Comments

Bargain!

Piece of crap for those who think low price is all. Radios should have a good sound, be easy to tune and have lots of presets (4! What use is 4?). Fun-to-use is for simpletons. It's got to this price because no one else is stupid enough to buy it, on HUKD on the other hand ...

valueseeker

Piece of crap for those who think low price is all. Radios should have a … Piece of crap for those who think low price is all. Radios should have a good sound, be easy to tune and have lots of presets (4! What use is 4?). Fun-to-use is for simpletons. It's got to this price because no one else is stupid enough to buy it, on HUKD on the other hand ...



Four presets is useful for those that listen only listen to 1,2,3 or 4 stations, is that allowed?

Got 5 star review on What TV and Hifi.

I bought one for my grandma, easy for her to use

internet radio is the future of stuff in the future

love my pure evoke flow

4 presets? ehhh the whole point of internet radio is choice!
pass for me, but agree: good for some people I guess (like Candystore's gran)

PS I don't really trust What Hi-Fi's reviews - they tend to be biased

pretty flawed device .. having no buttons might sound great but only being able to select 4 stations without connecting the box to your pc and booting up their software to connect to their site to change your stations doesnt sound the greatest idea .. there are lots of DAB/wifi devices (which are also battery powered and some even waterproof) around that give you the best of both worlds they sound like a far better choice

Got one of these a year ago because radio signal in our house is so poor. It is a really good piece of kit, especially if you just want 2 or 3 specific stations. the sound quality is very good for such a small device. I would not pay £90 though, We got ours for £40 from amazon.
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