Roberts Radio S1 Multiroom Bluetooth WiFi Speaker - Sonos Alternative - £59.95 @ eBay (seller: velocityelectronics)
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Roberts Radio S1 Multiroom Bluetooth WiFi Speaker - Sonos Alternative - £59.95 @ eBay (seller: velocityelectronics)

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Found 1st Feb
If Sonos is a bit out of your price range and you want an easy to operate multi-room speaker system then this might be of interest to you...

eBay seller with good feedback and free postage.

The S1 delivers amazing stereo sound for a speaker of such compact size. Bluetooth connectivity with NFC means you can easily stream music from your smartphone, direct to the speaker. Built-in Internet Radio and Spotify allow you access to a wealth of entertainment. Use as a single speaker or with another S1 to create a perfectly synchronised stereo pair.


  • The S1's two custom-designed tweeters and separate sub-woofer, all coupled to dedicated amplifiers, produce a powerful, stereo room-filling sound
  • Stream via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, from your PC or smartphone
  • Use S1 and R-Line speakers individually or as part of a multi-room wireless streaming system
  • Access millions of songs via built-in Spotify Connect
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity means you can access Internet Radio and choose from over 20,000 radio stations and thousands of Podcasts, with dozens of genres, from all over the globe
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Looks good, need to check out the reviews.
And yes, Sonos was too pricey for me and I didn't really take to the Samsung R speakers from Currys that were posted before.
Interesting speaker... thanks
I got one of these when they where £100...£60 is about what it's worth no comparison to Sonos etc but been a great speaker in the kitchen. Bluetooth off the phone/TV etc and internet radio is good (even BBC radio stations).
Ibood.com also has this on their one day sale today (01/02/2019)...with p&p though....199quid on Amazon!!!. Decent speaker from the looks of things....most people moan about the app....if it also had a rechargeable battery then I would have been all over it....still worth some heat and thanks for posting
Amazing price and quality brand
The thing that annoys me with sonos is that if you want to play spotify, you need a premium account. Which works out at £120 a year. If you factor that into cost sonos becomes even more expensive. Do these need Spotify premium?
he11o3rd Feb

The thing that annoys me with sonos is that if you want to play spotify, …The thing that annoys me with sonos is that if you want to play spotify, you need a premium account. Which works out at £120 a year. If you factor that into cost sonos becomes even more expensive. Do these need Spotify premium?


I believe they do
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