What Hi-Fi? Awards 2019 winner. The fantastic Stream 94i sets the bar high
Multi-room audio is booming. A number of manufacturers now have Sonos in their sights and Roberts is the latest brand looking for a piece of the action...
The Roberts Travel Pad delivers a portable Bluetooth pick-me-up, with fine sound from a well-designed package
Product of the Year, Awards 2017. A superb-sounding radio/music player with some genuinely useful extras
We love this stylish and sophisticated retro offering from Roberts. Not only does it sound good, it looks the part as well
Roberts does some cracking internet radios, but this isn't one of them, with its thin sound and cheap feel. You can buy better
Roberts Sound 43 is a snazzy little system with great DAB radio and an iPod dock - would make a really good bedside unit
This mini DAB from Roberts has a lot going for it in terms of sound, but we really don't like the ultra-fiddly controls
Roberts' Elise certainly has some plus points - including a fast-paced delivery, and clear sonics, but it needs to do much more to compete
Not the prettiest looking radio we've seen, but a good spec and generally decent sound weigh in its favour
We’d like a little more clarity and openness to proceedings, not least as the price puts it in to micro system territory, but it’s still a decent opti
Perhaps the perfect out-and-about radio – but if you can live without solar power you can buy the same sound for less
This DAB internet radio may have a good sound, but in terms of value we think you can do better elsewhere.
Another one of those Roberts radios that looks like the old-fashioned version of modern, and it faces tough competition
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
Pity the remote control gives a poor impression all the time, because this is actually a clear-sounding and attractive piece of DAB technology