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Roberts STREAM63i CD/DAB/FM Internet Sound System with iPod Dock and Record Facility

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Colour Black Black and Silver Black White Black
Connectivity Technology Ethernet Bluetooth Bluetooth Bluetooth Bluetooth
Interface Type USB Interface USB Interface USB Interface USB Interface USB Interface
Item Dimensions 26 x 35.8 x 12 cm 22.4 x 13.8 x 37.3 cm 40 x 10.7 x 19.7 cm 28.3 x 28.3 x 12 cm 29.21 x 30.51 x 11.1 cm
Item Display Weight 4.02 kg 4 kg 4.1 kg 3,400 grams
Output Wattage 20 watts 10 watts 30 watts 60 watts
Tuner Technology FM and DAB Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB)

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  • Product Dimensions: 35.8 x 26 x 12 cm ; 100 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 5 Kg
  • Item model number: STREAM63i
  • ASIN: B004EEU4QS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 71,410 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product description

Wi-Fi Internet/DAB/FM Radio with CD Player & iPod Dock in Black. Featuring three-way speaker system & including a bass woofer.


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There are hardly any magazine reviews of the Stream 63i which made buying it something of a leap of faith, especially as it is not cheap (but you can shop around). I have tried to make this review as comprehensive and as honest as possible in case you are also wondering whether to buy or not.
I have lived with this little machine for a while and waited before writing this review to avoid getting carried away by first impressions.Having now got used to this box of tricks and having tried it's various functions I can honestly say that I LOVE THIS ROBERTS, for the size of it, the sound and functionality has impressed me no end.
It is a smart looking box perhaps a little bigger than a shoe box and whether it's meant to be or not it is very portable. I wanted something to sound good either in the conservatory or at the odd BBQ, maybe even to wake up to in the bedroom and the Roberts seemed to fit the bill.

I like my music and hi-fi's and for me it has to sound good - for the size of this machine the sound quality is excellent, being full and warm. You will have to set the equaliser yourself to find the sweet spot - this is the only player I have where the treble is set higher than the bass - but it works and produces a rich sound and manages to find very acceptable detail from all sources. It won't sound as good as an expensive hi-fi but it really doesn't disappoint and will fill a room (or patio) beautifully. If you want to you can connect it to your Hi Fi or surround system - no, that doesn't defeat the object because the Roberts has so many sources to choose from - read on...

I found the controls and menus intuitive enough and had no problem with the touch controls on the unit - you can adjust the sensitivity anyway.
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I bought this to replace a Bose Wave system which was beginning to give problems with the CD player.
This Roberts Stream 63i is a wonderful music system, sound quality is great and the internet radio is fantastic.
I would highly recommend this to anyone thinking of buying a quality compact music system.
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I bought this unit as a replacement for my aging and bulky hi-fi. I was looking for something with internet radio and an ipod dock. After looking at many other makes and models I decided on the Roberts Stream 63i. The thing that clinched it was the inclusion of a CD player. I decided that even though I have all my music in MP3 format I wasn't yet ready to take the step of completely abandoning CDs.

First impressions were good. The unit was a little smaller than I thought but this was due to not checking the measurements before I ordered it.

The internet radio was very easy to set up and it's a breeze to navigate the thousands of stations available. The sound is also great for a unit of such size. DAB reception is good and it picked up more stations than my previous system.

Having the ability to play all the music from my PC was an added bonus. Setting this up was surprisingly easy with Windows 7. I just had to click one option in Windows Media Player. I may be showing my age but it seems magical to have access to all the music on my PC by just switching on the PC and not having to touch it.

There were a few minor problems which I didn't expect when paying over £300.

The remote control doesn't always work when more than about 2m away. This isn't a big issue because you can't see the display from that far anyway but is annoying when trying to adjust the volume from distance.

When playing MP3s from a CD, SD card or USB you can't navigate by artist, album, track only by folder and track number. You can only see the track name when it is playing by pressing the info button. This makes it very hard to navigate and my original idea of getting a big SD card and putting all my music on it is now not an option.
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Roberts STREAM63I-BLACK Wi-Fi Internet/DAB/FM Radio with CD Player & iPod Dock in Black

I have had the Stream63i since the beginning of December when it was launched. I was going to buy the MP53i until by luck i discovered that the Stream63i would be released early December. I am glad i waited as this is a very good music player.

Its easy to set up, looks and feels great and covers virtually anyway you could wish to play music other than a 6" single and cassette tape.

Sound quality is good, not mind blowing but the optical link can connect to my surround system if required but i have not bothered yet. I would only do that to get a larger bass sound for say a party, otherwise no need. I did not find the built-in sound settings were up to much so just setup my own, however that is down to personal taste. I had purchsed it for use in a smaller room but have kept it in the lounge so far.

One feature that should not be overlooked is last.fm compatibility. I started a last.fm account last year because as a family we listen to music on i-pods, computers and laptops, last.fm gives you access to a list of saved favourite tracks over the internet. It is like your own personal radio station. It also gives you access to new music to match your tastes or similar to your favourite artists. If you like a track you can save as a favourite, if not it will not play it again. The full account cost £3 per month however after a month or two we stopped using it. With the addition of the Stream63i, with built in last.fm compatibility we are more than getting our monies worth. Probably 50% of the music we listen to is last.fm sourced.
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