Kogan Wi-Fi Digital Radio DAB+ With iPhone Docking Station Deluxe

The Kogan Wi-Fi Digital Radio DAB With iPhone Docking Station Deluxe has a mouthful of a name and it offers good value

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    1.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 199.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Adrian O'Connor



station addition & selection
No complaint here
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My delux digital radio is just fine. Everything works, sound is great, including stations is a breeze, IPod dock no problem. I can even attach my old Zen Jukebox. I live in Dubai so tuning to Oz radio (ABC stations & Classic Rock) on the internet is a delight. This is a great little toy.




The really expensive ones
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Had one for about a month now. Everything works a gem. Best kitchen radio I 've ever had. Great powerful sound out of the 30watt speakers, as long as you don't cover the speakers. Worth every cent.




It's got the lot - and for less $$
cheap remote - but what do you want at this price?
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My SO was looking for a dock to use an old iPhone (with a dead battery) as an MP3 player.
I was looking for an internet radio and also fancied sampling DAB.
The reviews pointed to this KOGAN unit as a good choice.
I snapped this up when the price was temporarily dropped to $149.
The internet radio uses the Frontier Silicon portal so its a sure thing that the innards are made by Frontier Silicon, a giant in the DAB field.
It looks good and the sound quality, whilst not hi-fi , is pleasing enough when the source is good. (Can't blame the unit for the low bitrate of some internet streams or DAB stations).
How could it be improved? I would love to see ia model which is portable - with a handle and able to run on batteries so I could take it out to the shed!

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