1. Morphy Richards 29401

    Morphy Richards 29401

    The range of features making the Morphy Richards a pretty complete bedroom or kitchen listening solution

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  2. Bush TR-04DAB

    Bush TR-04DAB

    A classy radio for sensible money, with touch-panel controls and an acceptable sound

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  3. Technika DAB107

    Technika DAB107

    Surprisingly, this DAB/FM clock radio from Tesco house-brand Technika manages to feel and look overpriced

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  4. Genus Type-R

    Genus Type-R

    A rare tactile treat, the Type R is a fascinating combination of 70s retro and up to date technology

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  5. Roberts Gemini 55

    Roberts Gemini 55

    Not a bad effort from Roberts, but the same money can buy you better sound

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  7. Pure Digital Siesta

    Pure Digital Siesta

    Pure’s entry-level bedside clock radio is simpler than the Chronos model, and a great buy

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  8. Roberts CRD29

    Roberts CRD29

    Another one of those Roberts radios that looks like the old-fashioned version of modern, and it faces tough competition

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  9. Pure Digital Tempus 1S

    Pure Digital Tempus 1S

    It’s a mains-only mono radio, lacking the Evokes’ battery option, but it can be used with an optional speaker to give stereo

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  10. Logik IR100

    Logik IR100

    If you’re after a budget internet radio, to see whether the world of web wireless is for you, this is a good entry-level buy

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  11. Roberts WM-201

    Roberts WM-201

    The rich and powerful sound ensures even the lowest bit-rate broadcasts are smoothed down a bit, but it lacks some treble openness and snap

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