Both radios play FM, DAB and DAB+ stations, boast Bluetooth playback and alarm functions, and can be hung on a wall.

Tangent is to launch two new DAB radios, the DAB2Go Junior and the DAB2Go+. 

As its name suggests, the DAB2Go Junior is the baby in the range. It features an 8cm speaker behind Scandinavian fabric, and with a 3.5mm output, you can listen to FM, DAB and DAB+ radio stations and music over Bluetooth through headphones. It is also portable, and is powered by four AA batteries. 

The DAB2Go+ has a colour display, a 3.5mm input and a built-in battery that promises eight hours of playback and recharges whenever the DAB2go+ is plugged into the mains. There are also eight EQ equalizer settings and buttons for playback control.

Both the DAB2Go Junior and DAB2Go+ can be hung on the wall with a dedicated wall mount that can be purchased separately. 

With Christmas around the corner, it's a timely launch from Tangent, although whether they can oust the Award-winning Pure Evoke H2 or Roberts Stream 93i remains to be seen.

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The DAB2Go Junior is priced £100, while the DAB2Go+ is available in either walnut, piano black and white finishes, priced £200.

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