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Friday, 25th June 2004
Roberts launch RD12 portable DAB radio that you can carry around

Roberts Radio has launched a new, portable DAB-only radio - the RD12. The Roberts RD12 offers a host of features including ten digital radio presets and a line out socket, allowing connection to a larger hi-fi system or amplified speakers.

The new Roberts RD12 has a large, green backlit 16x2 character matrix LCD screen carrying station and scrolling text information. It also offers both manual and automatic DAB multiplex search, rotary station selection with push-to-select button and a volume dial.

You can also plug headphones into the Roberts RD-12 and carry it around by using 6 "C"-size batteries and the top-mounted carrying handle.

Ten presets are available on the Roberts RD-12, accessed through 5 buttons and a shift key mounted along the top face of the radio.

The Roberts RD12 is styled in a very similar fashion to the RD3 DAB/FM radio.

Roberts RD-12 DAB portable radio

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Roberts RD-12: Roberts carry-around and kitchen solution for DAB digital radio listeners

Weighing in at 1.29kg and measuring 260mm (w) x 160mm (h) x 76mm (d), the Roberts RD12 is available to buy online now, at GBP99.99.

Related links:
buy the Roberts RD12 online now, via this site.
find out about other portable handheld DAB radio products, on this site.
digital radio tuners, on this website.
pocket DAB tuners, on this website.
guide to DAB digital radio, on this website. promo banner

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