Our Verdict At this price, the competition has the Sinfonie II firmly beaten For Easy to use clear display solid build Against Thin and scratchy sound bass light lacking in detail feels cheap Reviewed on 15th July 2010 Priced squarely in the budget DAB radio bracket, the Nevada Sinfonie II offers no surprises in terms of aesthetics, with its solid, but cheap-feeling, plastic. Controls are easy to use, and you get a clear display, 20 presets, a timer and a headphone socket. Tuned to the mulleted delights of Planet Rock, and Aerosmith's Love In An Elevator, we found the Sinfonie II offered a thin and scratchy midrange-heavy sound, with minimal bass or treble. Compared with Pure's Digital One Mini, which is £20 less, it comes off far worse, lacking the smaller radio's body and detail. See all our radio Best Buys More after the break Follow whathifi.com on Twitter Related News Radioplayer Car brings voice control, streaming and intelligent signal switching Thu, 16 Feb 2017, 11:50am This radio reads your expression and plays music based on your mood Fri, 10 Feb 2017, 03:40pm Norway becomes first country to turn off FM radio Mon, 16 Jan 2017, 11:41am 10 Christmas gift ideas under £200 Thu, 24 Nov 2016, 03:18pm Pure radio business sold to Austrian firm for £2.6 million Thu, 29 Sep 2016, 10:10am Hi-Fi Nevada Radios Sinfonie II Stay on top of your sound with What Hi-Fi? in your inbox every week Thank you for registering for our Newsletter We will send you relevant emails and updates.