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Had to return this because the DAB preset function was faulty. The radio isn’t very user friendly. Changing from one station to the next is very slow. And above all the sound quality is very disappointing! Poor show from Roberts. Perhaps if you don’t buy their extortionately priced top spec radios then you don’t get much. Replaced the radio with the Panasonic RF-D100BTEBT which Is brilliant so far. For only a tenner more, it’s a million times better, in every aspect.
Looks a lot better than it sounds. This is a really good looking radio. However it's purpose is to play music and the sound quality is really poor. It is tinny and has little to no bass or depth of sound at all. There is ni way to adjust the sound settings either. In years gone by I'd never expect decent sound from a small device but these days there are so many examples of small speakers / stereos with great sound that this Roberts radio falls well behind.
Really disappointed with this radio. Thin tinny sound and useless for music as has no warmth or bass whatsoever and so makes for a bland unsatisfactory listening experience. For near £100 it’s just not nearly good enough. You are paying for the brand and retro styling and Roberts seen content to let you have a cheap radio thrown in with it.
Sadly this radio falls well short of the Roberts name. Sound quality and feel of radio just didn't hit the mark. East to set presets but not easy to recall the presets. Overall not a great radio . I rated it 2 star but just about.