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I have one of these for months and for a relatively small box the sound is great and the different radio reception modes - FM, DAB and streaming via internet ia either WiFi or ethernet work really well as does the CD Player. On your question about playing a record deck though it does have auxiliary line input but for … see more I have one of these for months and for a relatively small box the sound is great and the different radio reception modes - FM, DAB and streaming via internet ia either WiFi or ethernet work really well as does the CD Player. On your question about playing a record deck though it does have auxiliary line input but for high level audio devices. To play a record deck through it you have to amplify the phono output from the deck up to line level. You can buy a small phono amplifier to achieve this from HiFi retailers. Hope this helps with your query. see less
By CharlieH on 26 January 2014
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There is a line out, which you could connect a computer type speaker system to, but the built in speakers are very good anyway.
By MR P PENNINGTON on 21 June 2014
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Try the internet radio. Maybe Touch FM is available on line. You need access to broadband for internet radio and how to set it up is clearly explained in the manual. The Roberts 63i, in my estimation is one of the best internet radios available.
Hope this helps.

By chapelhill on 12 July 2014
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Yes, if the telescopic aerial is removed (firstly remove the connector cover with a small phillips screwdriver) then there is an f-connector socket to which an external aerial can be connected
By Jim C. on 06 February 2015
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Hi
Yes it can but you will have to use the internet radio as the DAB probably won't wirk outside the UK. If you buy from us we can provide the euro lead.
Thanks Mark

By Home @ Frazers on 31 March 2014 SELLER
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not actually tried streaming directly from pc but don`t see why you can`t as i have streamed from external hard drive
By henry on 14 July 2014
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Direct record only. The full manual is available online, just google "Roberts Stream 63i manual"
By J. Wyper on 14 January 2015
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You can record from a CD inserted into the device , or from the radio function on the device. The recording can be made on either a memory card or USB stick and there is a slot for each. Hope this helps.
By Miss Jennifer M Meyer on 13 July 2014
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Dear P,
All music I have on my computer is transferred on to a USB memory stick. I then plug into the socket at the front of the unit (must be upside down)!
Select USB on the unit and play. Very happy with mine, nice piece of kit.

By keith knight on 12 July 2014
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Manual states that 'The Stream 63i radio is able to recharge your IPod's internal battery. Recharging does not take place while your Stream 63i is using DAB or FM radio'
With regard to the USB the manual states 'Your radio is only designed to work with USB memory flash memory devices. It is not intended to be connected… see more
Manual states that 'The Stream 63i radio is able to recharge your IPod's internal battery. Recharging does not take place while your Stream 63i is using DAB or FM radio'
With regard to the USB the manual states 'Your radio is only designed to work with USB memory flash memory devices. It is not intended to be connected to hard disk drives or any other type of USB devices.
I would add that this is a lovely internet radio, we listen to it all the time. see less

By Devon Al on 05 October 2014