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Roberts Radio Stream93i White DAB/DAB+/FM RDS and WiFi Internet Radio with Three Way Speaker System
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- Wi-Fi:802.11b/g/n standard on 2.4GHz bands. Control via UNDOK app: iOS or Android smartphones
- DAB/DAB+/FM and WIFI internet radio, Music Player via Network - Yes (PC, Mac or NAS over home network)
- 120 Station presets. Colour display
- Spotify connect compatible music player
- Comes with a Remote Controller.Contains a 6 position equalizer and Separate Bass / Treble Controls
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Colour Name: White | Style Name: Radio Only
Roberts Stream 93i is a networked alarm radio system with ample streaming capability, and for such a compact unit, delivers surprisingly good sound.
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Roberts Stream 93i
The Stream 93i Smart Radio delivers built-in FM/DAB/DAB+, built-in wireless connectivity, access to millions of songs via Spotify Connect, and a choice of 20,000+ internet radio stations and podcasts. You can listen to your personal music collection by streaming direct from your PC/Mac/NAS via Music player. It's easily controlled with the free UNDOK iOS/Android smartphone app.
The radio. All of it.
Built-in FM/DAB/DAB+, Internet Radio, and Podcasts.
With over 20,000 Internet Radio stations and counting, plus thousands of Podcasts, you can listen to radio stations from around the globe.
What's more, it has 30 radio station presets, so you can access your favourite stations at the touch of a few buttons.
Wake up to your favourite station.
The Stream 93i performs equally well as a bedside companion with multiple alarms, sleep and snooze timers.
Wake to a radio alarm (DAB/FM/Internet) or buzzer alarm.
Stream music from anywhere.
The Stream 93i features Spotify Connect support, and home network streaming (PC, Mac or NAS). You can also listen to music stored on a USB.
So whether you’ve got a great playlist on Spotify, or an album stored on your computer, you can send them straight to the Stream 93i.
Not in front of your speakers and want to change the track? Not a problem. The Stream 93i can be fully controlled from anywhere in your home using the UNDOK smartphone app.
Plus, the Stream 93i also offers full on-device controls, so you don’t need to have your phone with you at all times.
Our engineers have tweaked and fine-tuned the Stream 93i to make sure it delivers the best sound possible.
The result is an acoustically tuned wooden cabinet that really packs a punch with its rich, room-filling sound.
Save your favourites.
With 120 presets, you can save radio stations - FM, DAB and Internet - whilst you're discovering new music.
So you can switch back at the touch of just a few buttons
Access millions of songs via Spotify Connect.
Discover new artists and music with Spotify Connect.
The Stream 93i gives you access to a virtually endless selection of songs and playlists, for all your listening needs.
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- Thankfully MUCH smaller than it looks on the photos, chunky, yes, but quite dinky really compared to a lot of BT/Wifi radio & speaker products on the market. You won't find it particularly obtrusive in any setting.
- Superb array of preset channels for now-standard digital radio & plenty of Internet Radio stations preloaded, found my favourite internet-radio channel Radio Paradise in a mere few seconds.
- Stylistically I'm not a fan of Roberts products, their intentionally staid designs leave too much to be desired in my book, very fuddy duddy, but I get why people like that. This unit is certainly a bit fuddy fuddy in that same respect - the ugly curved handle being a prime Roberts nod to not veering away from their older-gen traditional fanbase- however it does have an overall modern slickness & is not too staid in the flesh after all.
- Versatility of choice of source audio is a big plus. Simple to programme extra stations and save.
- Menus are easy enough to quickly navigate on the unit, nice large display & fonts
- Sound quality is quite superb for general listening, ie vocal radio/music stations are crystal clear whether FM, DAB or internet; podcasts and the like or anything with voice broadcasting really is excellent. If you prefer to listen to more dance/bass orientated music whatever the source, or anything with lots of mid with bass, and little-to-no voice stations and channels, you should really tweak with the equaliser, you will be surprised how good this thing can be. It effortlessly beats a LOT of current portable bluetooth speakers hands down in my opinion (I'm looking at you Flip 3, Soundlink II, UE Boom). Beaming my phone's bassy club tracks and trance selections on Wifi via the amazing free app UNDOK resulted in a very sincere exclamation of "bl**dy hell!" with the unit Volume at 28 to 32 (of 32), Bass set at 10 or 12 (of 14) & treble around 4-6. Try "Flight Lesson" by Stereopole or "You Will Find A Way: Stereopole Remix" by Maps at those settings and you will be very, very surprised by what this unit can do when pushed. Zero, and I mean zero, distortion.
- The remote control is surprisingly slick and a fairly weighty metallic affair with good response times on the unit. Battery included.
- No internal rechargeable battery, no portability on a unit with these features without accessories is very poor in this day and age. And as per other reviewers, the extra cost of the external battery which you have to attach is ridiculously high, especially considering it's low capacity. It also obscures your back speaker and is indeed a monstrous carbuncle of the aesthetic kind.
- Overly trebly sound repro means I have to knock that right down with normal radio channels which have a mix of chat and music, I have mine at 0 or -2/-4 for it to be bearable for any length of time but then again that's my own ears, I hate sibilance and pierce tones. Bass, despite how high you can ramp it up, always sounds too boxed in unless you ramp up treble with it and hope what you're playing has enough mid range to compensate with fill out balance. Forget the "Loudness" setting for decent music unless you want predictable distortion and even more treble but it's ok for low to mid volume general radio but you will have to equalize to compensate! WIll tweak more with this setting.
- No built-in bluetooth receiver or transmitter is scandalous on this kind of unit these days, stop the accessory money-grabbing Roberts. Also, if you want to transmit what is playing on the 93i - including from your phone for example - to any other bluetooth device, you will have to get a different manufacturer's product as Roberts don't cater to its legion of buyers on that score either. Thankfully there are plenty of excellent products out there, just plug in to your Aux port on the 93i and pair with the desired BTooth device.
You actually don't need the pricey Roberts bluetooth accessory if all you want to do is beam your phone's or tablet's music/whatever you're listening to, to the 93i. You can do that with your Wifi (whether using your home or work connection or using your phone as a wifi hotspot), just get the UNDOK app from the Play Store (android) or App store (Apple). Undok (via your phone/tablet wifi) will pick up all music sources including - select Source - your phone/tablet's music library, inbuilt Spotify, internet radio, FM, DAB, even AUX-in. Select "Browse" for DNLA devices such as your TV, home server, PC etc.
Will delve a bit deeper in the next few days and check out the USB-stick and memory card playback features. So far, I'm loving this little beast. And I really love the alarm!
Here is my personal experience along with 3 photos.
Fitted the 2 big buttons with some rubber seals, so that they are bigger, nonslip and easier to turn.
Connected a very good digital recorder (Sony ICD-LX30).
Connected this radio system to my HI-FI equipment...
The global result is a lot better than I had ever expected !!!
Price-wise I think this radio is overpriced. I paid less than the full price but would not spend £200 on it. The main limitation is a lack of batteries meaning that the radio is not really portable. I know that it is possible to buy a battery from Roberts and fit it on the back of the radio but because it will cover the back speaker I think it will affect sound quality (and won't look nice nether). I am thinking about buying and trying a 12V rechargeable battery on ebay with a long cord... I never had the stream 93i but it seems the difference between these models is absolutely minimal with the stream 94i having the bluetooth additionally. Not sure this justifies a £60 difference between the two models.
In conclusion it is a great product with very good sound quality but there are some limitations of which some (firmware stability) hopefully will be fixed in future updates and others (lack of batteries and not a big difference from the previous version) might be more serious for some customers...