ROBERTS Classic DAB2 Digital Radio, Champagne

Product information

This traditionally designed Roberts Classic DAB digital radio will provide you with instant access to your favourite stations on the digital DAM/FM tuner. Mains or battery powered, this DAB will deliver up to 20 hours of battery life, making it ideal for mobile use and taking on your travels.

It will enable you to save 6 preset stations for quick access, and when not in use will let you know how you’re doing for time, thanks to the clock on the LCD display. There’s a handy socket so you can listen with your own headphones without disturbing – or being disturbed – by others.

Accessories Included
AC Adaptor & Instruction book
Alarm
NO
Battery life Information How long the battery lasts for (and if applicable) until it needs recharging
Up to 20 hours
Brand
ROBERTS
Clock
YES
Connections
Stereo line output, USB 2.0 (for updates)
Dimensions
H14 x W22 x D6.5cm
Eligible for International Delivery
NO
Model name / number
Classic DAB2
NFC enabled Information Devices with NFC can be tapped together to establish a wireless connection for sending or streaming files and other data
NO
Power Supply
Mains/battery operated
Preset stations Information The number of stations that can be programmed into the memory
6
Radio tuner
DAB, FM
Speaker output Information The total output measured in watts. The higher the number, the louder the sound.
1W
Waterproof
NO
Weight Information Unpackaged weight
450g

About ROBERTS Radio

Roberts Radio has a heritage of more than 80 years and a reputation built on producing high-quality premium brand radios. With an abundance of portable radios under their belt, it comes as no surprise that they have international sales in countries across the globe including Japan and the USA.

Their collection is made up with over 100 different DAB, analogue, world radios, radio cassettes and internet radios. And the brand is committed to constant improvement which doesn’t go un-recognised. Recent awards include the What Hi-Fi? Product of the Year 2014 in the radio category for the Stream 93i.

Delivery

Click & collect

FREE on orders over £30, £2 if you spend less. Collect from John Lewis or Waitrose Sunday from 2pm
369 participating John Lewis and Waitrose shops

Collect + from a local shop from Monday - postcode exclusions apply for Collect+ deliveries

5000+ participating Collect+ shops
£3.50

Standard delivery in 5 working days

£3.50

Named or Saturday UK delivery

£6.95

Named day UK delivery pre-10.30am

£9.95

International delivery not available

We want you to be happy with your purchase. If you're not, depending on the type of product, you can make free returns in the UK via John Lewis shops, Royal Mail, Collect+, or MyHermes. If you need to arrange collection of large or heavy items, call us on 03456 049 049. For international returns queries, call us on +44 1698 545 454. Find out more about returns.

You'll find returns information on your delivery note. Unless faulty, we'd like you to make your return within 90 days of purchase. Exceptions apply to certain products - find out more about our refund policy.

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Q & As

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good for the price I didn't expect much for the price but was pleasantly surprised by it. Don't expect great booming sound though. As a kitchen radio it's ideal for our needs and the display is excellent. 04 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb Quality Product This is a brilliant compact portable DAB radio with good reception and excellent sound quality from the speaker. It is reasonably light weight and works well off batteries as well as mains. It is also easy to use with a good, easy to understand user-manual. 28 July 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by JUST OK I bought this for my daughter for her room. Attractive to look at but slightly tinny sound. I use a PURE myself and the difference was very noticeable. Wouldn't buy again. 07 July 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Crystal clear sound Delighted with my little digital radio. Crystal clear sound, easy to use controls, neat size for kitchen where I wanted to use it. Very good value for money. 16 June 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brilliant I am delighted with the Roberts Radio, it was easy to set up and has an excellent tone, a really successful purchase- delighted. 06 May 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good radio, poor sound I bought this radio to replace an Intempo that died late last year after many years of service. I use it in the kitchen and mainly use the presets - limited to three channels. The sound quality is not as clear as the Intempo, and it vibrates when the volume is increased. I bought Roberts for the name, but reading around the various suppliers, the quality is no longer there. 09 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb radio (as all Roberts are) but beware using DAB radios with batteries! After buying this DAB radio to use with batteries in a bathroom I learnt that DAB radios (& most need six batteries!) eat up batteries & thus cost a fortune to run on batteries! This is a superb radio worked on the mains but, as I've said,,not to be used with batteries. 18 February 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good value for the price I am content with the Classic DAB2 radio, on the basis of only a short period of ownership. Others have grumbled about the counter-intuitive manual controls. One does have to read the instruction booklet carefully before tuning the machine to ones favourite stations. The ability to set pre-set buttons is one I like well. I might have liked one or two more preset buttons. DAB reception is good in my rural area; FM signal strength is not so good, when using only the telescopic aerial. I find that my set runs fine on rechargeable AA batteries, and I have had it running for about 12 hours on six 2500 mA.Hr rechargeables, with some life left in the batteries at the end. After 12 hours the six batteries still measured 7.5 volts in series: the same as the rated output of the mains adapter unit. I am not yet sure if one needs to have batteries fitted in order to preserve tuning and other preferences. Sound quality is OK by the standards of a small radio. One can use headphones (mono audio only, not stereo, even though the headphones may have a stereo plug). Or one can connect the 3.5 mm headphone outlet to the inlet of a "hi-fi" audio amplifier with good speakers, to listen to music in mono. This is easy to do when running the Classic DAB2 on batteries, but if one is connecting to a mains-powered audio system one would expect to be running the radio with its mains adapter. Unfortunately, this resulted in a horrendous mains-frequency buzz in my case, that drowned out the music. I found that this could be cured by bodging a good earthing connection between the outer (negative) ring of the mains adapter connector, to an earthing point on the audio amplifier. Then the mains hum disappeared and the sound quality was much better than that from the Roberts radio own small loudspeaker. This Roberts radio fulfils my needs very well. I repeat that it has many subtle functions built into it. and it is essential to read carefully and understand the manual when setting it up. 28 January 2015
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Product code :

82300730

Colour :

Champagne

More than 10 in stock

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