Our Verdict A reasonable sounding DAB that's hindered by fiddly controls For Good sound decent signal strength fair detailing and dynamics Against Very awkward controls easily breakable aerial Reviewed on 23rd June 2010 This mini Roberts DAB has a built-in speaker. There's a small, perilously thin, telescopic aerial on the top edge of the unit to aid reception. It soon becomes clear that the main issues with the Roberts revolve around design, in particular, the small scroll-wheel on its edge. It's too fiddly, and your thumb often ends up selecting wrong stations or settings. That's a shame, because the Sports DAB 2 sounds reasonable enough. Signal strength is good and there's a fair level of detail and dynamics on offer from the supplied headphones. See all our DAB radio Best Buys More after the break Follow whathifi.com on Twitter Where to buy View all » Roberts Sports DAB 2 £89 View Offer £84.99 View Offer £85 View Offer Related News BBC Proms to be broadcast in lossless audio for the first time Mon, 17 Apr 2017, 06:24pm Mondo+ is the world's first internet radio with Chromecast built-in Mon, 10 Apr 2017, 03:39pm Tivoli Audio launches Model One Digital radio Wed, 22 Mar 2017, 02:34pm Radioplayer Car brings voice control, streaming and intelligent signal switching Thu, 16 Feb 2017, 11:50am This radio reads your expression and plays music based on your mood Fri, 10 Feb 2017, 03:40pm Hi-Fi Radios Roberts Sports DAB 2 Stay on top of your sound with What Hi-Fi? in your inbox every week Thank you for registering for our Newsletter We will send you relevant emails and updates.