Damned with faint praise indeed.
The "review" makes no mention of the USB charging port that enables the user to charge their device while streaming music through Bluetooth. It makes no mention of the headphone output. As a radio it is also extremely easy to use unlike some of the fiddly stuff that was also "reviewed" at the same time. There is no mention of the three very attractive finishes (black, white or walnut).
We wonder why it has taken so long for the product to even be looked at when it was delivered to WHF on 30th January, before at least 2 of the other radios listed were even announced and certainly before they became available ?
We guess the answer is simply that as we are a small brand without the muscle of some of the others (e.g. perhaps the ones where you have chosen 2 of their products in the radio round up....) , our relevance to your readers (as far as your editorial staff are concerned) is minimal.
The criticism of the quality of audio through Bluetooth is only justified when compared to the performance of the same functionality of the direct competitors' products. Ours sounds no worse than theirs (and in at least one case sounds demonstrably better).
You mention signal loss as well - very strange given that no-one in any of the global markets in which we sell the DBT series has ever had a problem of this nature.
Overall - we give your review half a star out of 5.
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The gorgeous retro design is hard to resist, but the TEAC fails to deliver an engaging and musical performance at this price
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A poor implementation of a neat concept, with poor sound to boot. Disappointing
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