Ocean Digital WR01C Wi-Fi Internet Radio WLAN Wireless Tuner Bluetooth Receiver Desktop Radio Colour Display - Black
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- ★Wi-Fi Internet Radio: 26,000+ different radio stations, 250 presets
- ★Bluetooth Receiver: streaming music from your devices. Supports MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+ format playback
- ★UPnP & DLNA: streaming from UPnP and DLNA compatible device. 2.4" TFT (thin film transistor) colourful display
- ★Superb Sound Quality: 3.5 mm Aux in to connect audio device, earphone socket ,additional 3.5mm line out jack to connect external speakers
- ★Features: Equalizer: Classical / Soft / Pop/ Rock /Flat. Dual alarm settings with snooze and sleep timer, remote control included, AC power adapter, comes with local UK plug. Unit size: 168 x 100 x 93 mm
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Colour Name: WR01C - Black
Every item of Ocean Digital's internet radio was meticulously DESIGNED IN UK.
The Ocean Digital Internet Radio WR-210CB is a decent internet radio brings a splash of colour to your radio listening with its 2.4'' colour display.
Navigating the menu system is simple and straightforward and once you have selected your station of choice the sound quality is actually quite good.
Connect WR210CB to the internet via WiFi and open up a world of over 26,000 internet radio stations and programme up to 250 station presets,
allowing you to explore and save your favourite radio stations at the touch of a few buttons!
The additional double alarm function (Internet Radio,melody or buzzer) also makes this a very practical bedroom radio.
- Wi-Fi Internet Radio
- Bluetooth Receiver- Streaming music from your Bluetooth compatible devices
- 26,000+ Internet Radio stations
-250 presets with local station easy access
-2.4" TFT colorful display, displaying the name of radio
- Weather /date/ time display on standby
- Dual alarm setting (Internet radio,melody or beep)
- Sleep timer
(English, Dutch,Spanish,Portuguese,Russian,German, French, Norwegian, Italiano, Svenska, Dansk,Magyar,Cesky,Slovensky,Polski,Turkey,Suomi.)
- Audio Input
- Line output
- 3.5mm headphone socket
We have a manual for each customer. Please read the manual before you turn on the radio.
Page 18 enclosed "Trouble Shooting",please read these if you happen to have such troubles.
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What's inside the box
1x WR-210CB internet radio
1x remote control
1x user manual
1x power supply(Battery is not included)
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Overall, a superb buy for the money. Please note, that for best results a decent amp and speakers are needed to get the best sound quality.
Headphone output is a little low, so for that efficient headphones or a headphone amp are needed. The EU a while back restricted headphone outputs on music players etc to protect people's ears. Probably the best gadget I have bought for several years!
I was pleasantly surprised at the size and design of the unit when unpacked; all complete requiring only the addition of 2 AAA batteries for the remote. I needed to read the User Manual a couple of times to understand the setup procedure. Even so I did manage to get it wrong at first but the radio seems quite tolerant of incorrect button sequence and it readily connected to the WI-FI once I got it right. I was impressed by the structure of the menu, by Region, by Country, by Genre etc., which managed to list a large number of available radio stations. Unlike many menus, this one will scroll back from “A” to “Z” which is very useful as it opens on “A” and I wanted UK stations so I did not have to scroll the whole of the alphabet. I did NOT attempt to count the 26000+ as mentioned on the packaging! The list is a little different from that which I use on Apple iTunes but the choice is still enormous.
The TFT screen is small but clear and displays the station logo when operating and a nice analogue clock when on Standby.. Connecting to the WI-FI and station from switch on takes about 10-15 seconds here. I have had no reason to reconfigure any technical features such as buffering.
Finding a radio station is obviously time consuming from the long list but inserting it into the memory is quite straightforward although the symbols on the remote are quite small and, at first, easy to transpose. The first 5 memory spots are reserved for “Dedicated Radio Channels” so the normal favourites start at number 6. Moving them up to the Dedicated section requires a few button pushes, more so as the number of stored stations increases. I would suggest that the user carefully selects the Dedicated for memories 1-5 initially as rearranging them when many of the remaining 245 are filled would be quite tedious. After filling the first 5, the next selection fills memory spot 11 and not 6 as you might imagine and would need to be moved if you wish to keep things tidy.
For a small loudspeaker the sound (mono of course) is quite pleasant, enough for a small room but it has the capability of outputting (at Line Level) to an external amplifier if more sound is required. The manual doesn’t make clear if this output is Mono or Stereo. There is BluetoothÔ capability which I have not yet tried. I have no need for UPnP and cannot comment on that. Snooze and Alarm features are quite handy. The “Media Sharing” section of the manual is a little dated, referring to Windows XP so, as a user of Windows 10, I decided not to investigate its capabilities too far.
Although it is early days (I have had it for less than a week) the WR-210CB does everything I want from a small Internet radio. It is light, portable and, most important, did the job it was intended to do. Overall, a nice little piece of kit for the price and I have no hesitation recommending it to others.
I also have a Roberts internet radio, the 93i. It has better sound and is easier to use, but it costs twice as much, and at one point it stopped working for several days. I wanted an internet radio that can be connected with an ethernet cable rather than wifi, and there don't seem to be many choices. If I were doing it all again, I would probably buy another Roberts, but if you wanted an inexpensive internet radio I think the Ocean wr80 is worth considering.