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36 products found
  1. Roberts iDream

    Roberts iDream

    Reviewed on 12th December 2008
    Price when reviewed £80

    The iDream is packed with functionality, but sounds thoroughly underwhelming

  2. Roberts SolarDAB

    Roberts SolarDAB

    Reviewed on 18th November 2008
    Price when reviewed £80

    Perhaps the perfect out-and-about radio – but if you can live without solar power you can buy the same sound for less

  3. Roberts Stream 202

    Roberts Stream 202

    Reviewed on 15th September 2008
    Price when reviewed £150

    This DAB internet radio may have a good sound, but in terms of value we think you can do better elsewhere.

  4. Roberts robi

    Roberts robi

    Reviewed on 1st June 2008
    Price when reviewed £50

    A neat and genuinely useful little accessory for your iPod – and at a friendly price

  5. Roberts MP-23

    Roberts MP-23

    Reviewed on 1st June 2008
    Price when reviewed £250

    This is a large, heavy product, and that shines through in the sound quality - for the radio

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  7. Roberts Gemini 55

    Roberts Gemini 55

    Reviewed on 4th December 2007
    Price when reviewed £100

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

  8. Roberts CRD29

    Roberts CRD29

    Reviewed on 4th December 2007
    Price when reviewed £100

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

  9. Roberts WM-201

    Roberts WM-201

    Reviewed on 13th September 2007
    Price when reviewed £200

    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

  10. Roberts RD46

    Roberts RD46

    Reviewed on 13th August 2007
    Price when reviewed £70

    The sturdy RD46 seems at first glance the ideal away-day companion...

  11. Roberts Sound 23

    Roberts Sound 23

    Reviewed on 28th March 2007
    Price when reviewed £250

    Pity the remote control gives a poor impression all the time, because this is actually a clear-sounding and attractive piece of DAB technology