Roberts Radio Sovereign DAB/DAB+/FM RDS Digital Radio - Balmoral Blue
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- Digital Radio
- FM Wavebands
- Separate bass and treble
- Headphone Socket
- Portable - Batteries or Mains
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The Sovereign with DAB/DAB+/FM is a modern version of the Vintage R500 first released in 1964. The Sovereign radio features an angled cabinet to make a startling design statement and a significantly larger speaker to provide exceptional sound quality. The radio is available in three regal colours including Windsor Green, Sandringham Burgundy and Balmoral Blue, colours all fit for a Queen. Separate bass and treble ensure you can change the tone to your own requirement and ith easy to use rotary controls and RDS station name display this is a fantastic addition to any home. Dims 19x27x11.9.
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Top Customer Reviews
RECEPTION on mains and battery is exceptional, the very best I have encountered having owned many Roberts and Pure radios. The ariel can remain retracted unless you select FM or are listening to a neighbouring region's programmes and my set can clearly receive a station transmitting over fifty miles away.FM reception is strong and clear but the radio favours strong clean signals as opposed to ultimate sensitivity, again very usable and I was able to listen to FM programmes interference free in my poor reception area.
SOUND QUALITY - Is good for music and about perfect for the spoken word. Classic FM, Jazz FM and Radio 2 sound great,good smooth, clear and enjoyable.Compared to a Pure 1XT and Roberts Expression the sound has more weight with the added bass and is superior, in my opinion, but the Sovereign does not have the dynamic range or punch of say a Pure Evoke 3 or Pure Evoke 2S. What it does have is the usual smooth, easy going and listenable tone which Roberts fans love and this is underscored by a nice decent sized speaker which provides some welcome bass.Read more ›