As DAB radio sales falter & the ability to increase the range of stations is hampered by its dated technology it becomes more and more attractive to pick up an Internet radio. I’m always interested to see when an Internet radio falls to the price of a mid range DAB radio. BT are selling their own branded model for just below £50 now available from Dabs.com and the BT shop (which seems to be handled by Dabs anyway). Obviously it can connect via Wifi and is WEP & WPA connection capable and can also access music files on your Windows or Mac computer.
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