Roberts Sound 66

8°C, clear but still damp.

DAB/iPod clock radio: ‘Tis a shame that it’s faulty. The sound is smooth, it’s reasonably easy to set up and has some nice detail features- you can set the alarm for one-off, daily or weekdays. That’s neat, I only need to switch off the alarm for each holiday instead of each weekend.

Roberts 66

The sound quality is good, certainly better than my old clock-radio. It’s a little rich and bloated in the bass & lower mid-range but there is an equaliser setting to hide the worst of this. It really needs a treble tweeter to add sparkle to the sound though.

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4 Responses to Roberts Sound 66

  1. Graham says:

    Hmm. Still undecided as to whether or not to go with DAB. Long live FM I say.


  2. Me says:

    This does have FM radio too. For my main Hifi, I’m sticking with FM for now- the sound quality is possibly better than DAB, but I’m not sure of that just yet.


  3. essiep says:

    I would like a few stations ro remain on FM- BBC R3 & 4 mainly. All the trashy commercial stations can go for all I care.


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