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Ex Display Kenwood DPX-7000DAB Car Stereo CD-Receiver with Bluetooth, USB/AUX inputs and DAB radio £75 at Halfords
Found 20 h, 48 m agoFound 20 h, 48 m ago
Check your locals, hope it helps someone. Fully integrated with Bluetooth for hands free and music streaming Includes an in-built Digital Tick Approved DAB radio and CD player … Read more

You can adjust the brightness. Check the manual, (nerd)


Does it come with a kenwood sticker for the windscreen?


I bought this unit from Halfords last year on a similar "open box" type deal. It comes with the DAB aerial (windscreen mounted), external microphone and it had the correct leads for connecting directly to the iso harness in the car. The unit performs very well, my only criticism (and it is only a minor issue) is that the display is very bright. Fine during the day as it is visible, but for night time driving it can be distracting as it almost illuminates the inside of the car; now might just be an issue with head unit not detecting the "headlight on" input (my car is a 1999 model), but the correct input is connected.


Will this fit a mk2 Ford Focus? Looks same size. No idea what extra cables i'd need, never replaced a stereo before...


Thanks, does it come with dab areal?

LOGIK LHDAB17 Portable DAB/FM Pocket Radio - Black £24.99 @ Currys
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Product features Mains & battery powered Up to 10 hours battery life 20 presets DISCOUNT CODE - Save 10% off the marked price. Enter code RADIO10 at checkout. Must end Tu… Read more

Pure was my first and best..... dropped it.......and paid for a cheaper brand....buy PURE


The Pure Move R3 is best for anyone who only needs to travel in a strong signal area. If you move around or live in an area where the signal is less than stellar, the Pure Move 2520 is the best and the one I use. As the signal gets weaker, the Move 2520 starts to noticeably be more sensitive than the Move R3. If you're struggling to be able to afford either of those, then the next best one price wise is the VQ Blighty and the original Majority Petersfield (not the newly released Petersfield Go). The Roberts Sports DAB radios are also on par with the Blighty and Petersfield but is more expensive and surprisingly, the cheap Exmax (sold under many brands at cheap prices) can also stand up to them but its clear that it is built to a price. Before purchase, I would check Digital Radio UK's station checking tool and I would suggest that if it says you can get good reception for the station you want to listen to, a digital radio will work fine with very few, if any, dropouts for the aforementioned radios. If it says you can get fair reception, you'll get the odd dropout or two with the Move 2520 and a few more dropouts with the Blighty and Petersfield. But from my testing, not all radios are equal. Generally, radios with Frontier Silicon chipsets (all the radios mentioned above) do best but even then and even within brands, radios can perform differently. With Pure, the Move 2520 is better at medium and weaker signals than the R3 and both are better than the T4 when used as a pocket radio. The Pure radios perform better than the aforementioned radios even though they all use various Frontier Silicon chipsets. Dedicated pocket radios tend to work better than the personal pocket/tabletop hybrid ones when used as a pocket radio. But some pocket radios - namely the lesser known brand ones - perform very poorly in medium to weak signal areas to the point of being completely unusuable and they also tend to be (but not exclusively) on the cheaper side. It may be the reason why people have a negative view of DAB, for something that is vital - tuner sensitivity - this information is not easily available until I tested a variety of DAB+ pocket radios and publishing them online.


Which ones were the best of the ones you tested?


I've tested numerous pocket DAB radios for their sensitivity and reception for a project I have done as this information is not available to the public and reviews can be subjective to that individuals circumstances and location. The LHDAB17 seemed pretty good for the short time I had it compared to other radios I have tested. There was one showstopper that stopped me from keeping it - it does not support DAB+.


Wow mains powered going to need a heck of a cable especially if going out? Don't like the the ones with onboard battery as once they run out have to recharge and inevitably the battery gets weaker and weaker till the whole thing has to be dumped. Have a Roberts Sports DAB5 used daily for 2 years and with a pair of 2500Mah AA rechargeable's lasts over 16 hours full volume on a DAB station. Love it and reception is very good and sound excellent , costs twice the price of this one but worth every penny. Listening to LBC in house at the mo and getting 2bars signal out of 5 and perfectly clear all over the house..

DeWalt DCR020-GB Compact Jobsite DAB Radio £69.90 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
This Dewalt Dab Radio has been posted on here before for £89, and £79 but is now £69.90 (prime) It does work off mains power without battery Compact and robust DAB(+)/FM job… Read more

Free postage as order over £50


Free next daydelivery when you spend over £50


Plus £6 for postage.


Nice, good price for a DAB (y)


You can get it here for £68.50 https://www.ukplanettools.co.uk/Products/Dewalt-Radios/DCR020-GB?gclid=CjwKCAjw4sLVBRAlEiwASblR-0jVVys2XoQIsJlQnW8ibPBNiUWxNZnR_K_pAv6iF3EMwn-Gv-U28BoCXGYQAvD_BwE

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Alba LCD Bluetooth DAB Radio Headphone Socket - Blue - £12.99 Argos eBay
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Alba LCD Bluetooth DAB Radio Headphone Socket - Blue - Argos eBayBrand New With a 12 Month Argos GuaranteeFun, vibrant colours for a really great little DAB/FM radio with wireless … Read more
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anyone having problems with DAB and Bluetooth turning off after a few minutes? I've turned off sleep timer.


Presumably no DAB+ on this radio?


not sure but free postage


can I not collect from Argos????


Thanks ordered one

Sony CMT-S20B DAB Radio CD Micro Hi-Fi System with Bluetooth (Refurbished) £44.99 With Code @ Argos Ebay
Found 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
Use PAYDAY10 code, Expires midnight. Very good price for Grade A refurbished, £99.99 New. 12 Month Guarantee. Your favourite tunes will be crisp and clear with this Sony DAB Radio… Read more

Mines just arrived. I ordered it on Sunday night when three came into stock. So I paid £49.99.I will test it later on. It’s replacing a very old similar Sony minidisc unit that the volume knob broke on.


One of the speakers doesnt work.. :'-(


That's a bargain price.


No mini disc either. (party)


not sure about this product 8) where is the cassette deck and what about a turn-table for the vinyls :D

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VQ Retro Mk II Portable DAB+/FM Bluetooth Clock Radio - Black - £95 @ Currys
Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Top features: - Easy connectivity with docking or wireless streaming - DAB+ and FM radio stations - Premium design which is engineered in the UK Easy connectivity Featurin… Read more

Got this for £30 few months ago from amazon


It charges which most Apple phones need


Looks like a handbag.


People still dock phones? What is this 2005 or something


Have a view quest (VQ) DAB radio and wouldn't recommend them.

Pure Siesta Mi series 2 bedside DAB radio alarm clock £30 reduced in Sainsbury's Calne.
LocalLocalFound 17th JanFound 17th Jan
I didn't buy one so have little to add here, so blurb stolen from other place. The Siesta Mi is the second generation of this dedicated digital clock radio with an improved larger… Read more

So one person with one bad experience means the entire company is rubbish eh ?


Pure are pure sh!te ! My £350 Pure Legato broke soon as did the replacement. RUBBISH !


These are great - I had the original pure siesta that I picked up for a fiver in my local cash converters because someone mispriced it and thought it was just a regular clock radio :)


£35 online, so assume the £30 offer is instore only. Heres a working link to the online one: https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/pure-siesta-mi-ii-dab-alarm-clock-black I've got an older version (had it a good 5 years or more I recon) and still going strong!


I got the earlier version a few years ago and it cost about the same back then. That was/is still a cracking little clock radio with good sound, so any improved model at this price is definitely worth serious consideration.

Now £11.45! Alba LCD Bluetooth DAB Radio (Blue) £12.45 @ Argos eBay Store
Found 21st Dec 2017Found 21st Dec 2017
Brand new. Can be used as a Bluetooth speaker for your phone/tablet/laptop. It's just dropped from £16.99 to £14.99, which was already a good price. The same model in grey is cur… Read more

Thanks for the info obwan2014 (highfive) Also for the very handy link above! :3


I think the bluetooth feature is just to use this radio as a speaker for another device, not the other way around. I.e. you could play music on your phone, connect your phone via bluetooth to this radio and use the bigger / louder speaker in the radio. I think your Soundlink is the speaker already. Also, you would need to check out the coverage of DAB in the area you're visiting: This is such a site for the UK: http://www.ukdigitalradio.com/coverage/postcodesearch/ Just because you can get FM / AM signal, I don't think it automatically means you can get a DAB signal, though not 100% sure.


Agreed. Nice bit of kit, very simple to use. Thanks, OP.


Me too got one for my sons bedroom from Argos for £20, half price (was £40). He barely uses it... The signal isn't good, spend most the time adjusting the aerial trying to get a signal, not clear sound distorts a lot. Speakers are tiny and tinny sounding. Display is on the top not ideal position. The mode buttons are tiny, had to read. Looks and sounds cheap (skeptical) . OK for £11... You can get much better. Typical Argos non quality stuff


Received mine the other day and have been using it as a DIY companion radio listening to DAB and tunes streamed from my phone. As expected, sound volume and quality is not going to blow anyone away but for £12.45 with DAB and bluetooth I'm extremely pleased with it. Absolute bargain.

Aldi DAB Radio for £39.99
Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
Looks like this may be a good deal for a DAB radio with stereo speakers and Bluetooth

arrived yesterday - looks good


shipping tomorrow - looking forward to reviewing this


the bluetooth will be handy. i will also connect chromecast audio to this - so its like a cheap sonos ;)


Dab+ is NOT mentioned. The DAB signal has not improved since the damn thing came out and theres several stations LESS than there was FIVE YEARS ago


Looks good but I'll wait for reviews and £20 after Chris!

sony dab radio £29.99 black only / amazon prime customers only
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
bought this for my mum a while back and she loves it ---sturdy, good sound reduced for prime customers in black only

It was the 'Public warnings' about 'not driving over the railway crossing when the lights are Red' that made me think 'What is actually going on here' Resist.


More like an unashamed mouthpiece for The Sun. Podcasts eliminate the unbearable ads for white van man, The Army, Builders merchants & DIY sores;!


This is a terrible Sony product, mono sound, tinny speaker, mine regularly goes from 100% signal to 0% signal for no apparent reason (must be faulty now). Only worth it to listen to speech based services like Radio 5 Live, but generally avoid.


Stopped listening to DAB when Talksport turned into a Government brainwashing channel. Podcasts only now.


This radio has very tinny sound for a Sony not good at all

Sony XDRS60DBPB XDRS60 DAB Radio - £59.99 Amazon  sold by Maplin_Webdeals
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Have been watching this DAB radio for a while, very good review, but rarely discounted, now £59.99.
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Anyone know what the DAB reception is like in the Newbury Berks area? Was thinking of something like this for my mum, can it returned if no reception?


Yes thanks cheaper, but It doesn't look as though the speaker is very big


Great radio, good sound from it, not too bad on batteries compared to PURE POP Maxi (a few hours) which I don't use without power lead.


try this only available at this price in black--and for prime customers -my mum has it and loves it https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BXR01XU/ref=ox_sc_mini_detail?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE


I don't know why this is called a 'retro' design! Personally, I'd prefer a stereo set of speakers, but voted hot

£64.99 Roberts Ortus 1 DAB/DAB+/FM Radio  + £67.50 Radio Times inc double Xmas edition (26 issues - cover price £67.50) for £49.99 in total @ BuySubscriptions (£5 Quidco possible too)
Found 2nd Nov 2017Found 2nd Nov 2017
Roberts Ortus 1 DAB/DAB+/FM Radio (£64.99 ish): Sleek and practical radio with built-in DAB/DAB+/FM Pre-set up to 6 stations Radio/buzzer alarm with snooze function Li… Read more

Which? Gave this 62 per cent and said the sound quality was bad, and plastic on unit made buzzing sound at some frequencies eg guitars. Roberts build quality really seems to have dropped over the years.


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Fix Radio is Free Again!
Found 28th Oct 2017Found 28th Oct 2017
The Fix Radio app has gone back to being FREE! Available in all app stores via your Smartphone, also on TuneIn, Online and you can listen via DAB Radio in London. Just search 'Fix… Read more
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No...why should it? Not everyone have to care about this. Like you, either def or you just don't care if you listen whole song or just a part of it stripped out of guitars or drums. That's is fine. But I think it's should be mentioned for people who might care, that this radio music quality sucks. There are better ones out there.


You are the only one moaning, nobody else has made an issue about sound quality...Doesn't that cause any worry to you?


What are you 5 dude? Oo


Yes it's a super crap deal to you as it's clear you have a hearing problem. Go get your ears checked at the doctors and come back when you are in a better mood.


Seems like you should examine your IQ. Read it again, focus and maybe then you will understand what I moaning about. Do I have to call them? Based on your reaction you work for them, so just let them know ;) you posted this as a super deal, I just wrote my humble opinion about this as a super crap!

Acoustic Solutions DAB Radio - Teal - Argos £14.99
Found 26th Oct 2017Found 26th Oct 2017
Now £5 cheaper than last month Tune into the charts with this stylish Teal Acoustic Solutions DAB Radio. Plug into the mains for all day listening or pop in some batteries to take… Read more
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Same problem as everyone else. Drove to Argos to pick it up and told to come back the next day, whicn I did. The next day, I was informed the order had cancelled, no email, nothing. They found another store, which was 10 miles away with just one in stock. However it was priced at £19.99. The other store agreed to honour the £14.99 price. Taking into account three trips to Argos, I guess it stood me in £20 with the diesel I used. However, for £15 this is a great bit of kit and was well worth the journey. Anyone who bleats about the battery life at this price, really needs to get a life. Run it on FM, it'll last longer. With both DAB/FM and built in battery, at under £15, an absolute bargain. Thanks OP, seems there's no pleasing some folk.


I ordered one and paid for it via PayPal on 26th Oct. By Nov 4th I hadn't received a collection ready email so phoned their 'ahem' customer services to be told it was still in transfer and should be there by the 6th. I got an email from PayPal last night to say it had been refunded, absolutely nothing from Argos. I contacted them earlier and they said it was an end of line item. I asked why three other colours of same model were reduced to £19.99 and still available now for £54.99 if it was end of line - nothing. I asked why the colour I ordered was still available on the Argos ebay site at full price - nothing. The store won't let me have another colour at the price I paid, but are offering a whole 10% off. I know sarcasm is supposed to be the lowest form of wit, but Argos customer service is the lowest form of standard.


I ordered one - got it - A terrible product, it was worth the punt but be warned.


If the store has one of the other identical (apart from colour) models in stock, and it may well have, the manager should be quite happy, with a little gentle persuasion, to let you have one of the others for the same price. It took a little while to sort out the paperwork, but it didn't involve a major row.


ordered over a week ago....having been in to store at weekend and told this product would arrive by the 7th, I have now had to contact them because it has not arrived, only to find out that the product is out of stock and they can only refund. Im not a happy biker! BAD BAD ARGOS!!

Fix Radio App is Now Free
Found 25th Sep 2017Found 25th Sep 2017
Just noticed the brilliant Fix Radio app is now free in all app stores for a limited time, it's a great station and well happy the app is now available for free. The UK's first … Read more
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If you aren't listening to 6Music yet you shouldn't be allowed to use power tools.


Rubbish. Magic fm all day and that's free as well, in fact most radio apps and stations are free, so what's special Bout this one? Cold


I find that they don't repeat during the day, but the following days I can hear the same songs repeated. And with each decade producing so much music, they must work with a limited playlist. 6/10 rating for me, still enough to stay tuned.


I suggest contacting Android about this or calling Fix Radio, I downloaded via Apple and I gave permission for my location to be disclosed which is normal for any radio station or 90% of apps. I think you need to be a little more concerned about the government monitoring calls or your every move rather than a little radio station in London.


I was going to try this out and can see that the Android App needs to have access to your location, your device Id, and whether you have a telephone call (fair enough). But why does the App need access to your phone number and the remote number connected by a phone call? Its a radio app so why is it monitoring who you are calling or who's calling you?

Acoustic Solutions DAB Radio (Denim) - now £19.99 (RRP £69.99) @ Argos
Found 24th Sep 2017Found 24th Sep 2017
Tune into the charts with this stylish Denim Acoustic Solutions DAB Radio. Plug into the mains for all day listening or pop in some batteries to take your music with you. Store 20 … Read more

Best tell where your 'here' is. It looks a very very very minor 'here'.


I respectfully disagree. Radios tend to be an item which are not replaced for a long time (years, decades even). Stations are already transitioning from DAB to DAB+ (Jack FM Surrey and Radio Newark to name two examples) and the only way I can listen to Jazz FM here free-to-air without data caps is via DAB+. DAB+ will only grow. Better to future proof your purchase than to pay twice.


Planet Rock, like other DAB stations inc Absolute 80's, didn't move to DAB+..... they just moved to the D2 mux. My non DAB+ radios still gets these stations fine. The problem is that many people are not in the reception area for D2, about 20% of uk coverage are out of reception. It means having to wait until more transmitters get built or use internet radio for these stations. How strong the receiver is in your dab radio will also make a difference whether you receive these stations or not. The 4 national DAB+ stations we currently have are also on this D2 mux.


Some great Comedy on BBC Extra. Just heard season 12 of Ed Reardon's Week is on soon.


Planet rock is on DAB+, a year ago they telling everyone to switch to DAB+ because they wouldn't be on DAB anymore. When it changed over, for a while there was an automated repeated message, I think that has stopped now. It wasn't just Planet Rock that changed over, if you have DAB the airwaves are pretty much empty. DAB+ has been in the UK for over a year now, maybe longer. I used to like Alice Cooper around 10pm but now he's on at 4am. I did get sick of the same old ads. every 15 minutes. I'm more into Prog. Rock. Pendragon and Porcupine Tree/Steven Wilson. Look on youtube, it'll change your taste in music forever.

Bush Wooden DAB Radio £19.99 (free c+c) @ Argos
Found 14th Sep 2017Found 14th Sep 2017
Decent price for this wooden DAB radio, and seems to be available at most places at time of posting. Reviews look good too with 712 reviews scoring an average of 4.6 out of 5. … Read more
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Picked one up today, quickly found stations and am really happy with it. Ideal kitchen radio...


Looks like a clone of the best selling Pure Evoke 2. Minus the quality and high price.


You listen to radios


I bought one of these to use in the kitchen - it's receiver sensitivity is terrible. In the same location, a cheap Lidl/Aldi DAB radio(I forget which) works fine. As does a Pure Sonus DAB radio. Now this is in a city centre 2nd floor flat, not out in the sticks somewhere. So, if you don't have really good reception where you are - keep the packaging and be prepared to take it back. Probably not a good idea as a present for someone, unless you are pretty sure that there won't be a reception problem.


I'm still at a loss why no DAB+ on these. I got one 3 years ago that has it, despite no mention on the box or manual . There must be a way of making them compatible. The DAB+ stations are on the same multiplex as the DAB stations Absolute 80s, Planet Rock & Kisstory amongst others. Can anyone check if they have these but no DAB+. Why remove a feature that was there 3 years ago? It doesn't make sense.

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