Dick Smith Electonics (DSE)have the Pure One Mi Digital Radio Black on special again.
Price: $39.98 (Save $40)
Delivery Fee: Free Delivery
More Info about Digital Radio's can be found
http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/63776 is expired?
Same deal but only available online. They just added it to there One Day Deals and included free shipping. Previous deal was available for pickup in store. It expired because they increased the price back to $79.
Its marginal, we could unexpire the old deal, but then it would require modification as this is online with free delivery. As such the deal can stay.
It is about time the price of digital radio became realistic. Thank you dude131.
People, how does this one compare to the recent $29.95 Aldi digital radio?
We don't know. The Aldi one is a first time offering not available til saturday and this deal is for one day only. Although the Aldi one may be rebadged, the same as some other DAB+ brand radio.
Yes, this is really the par value I think these DAB+ radio are worth. I'm not sure if all the AM stations have an equivalent digital station, so you may be losing some stations, whilst gaining some new ones. I find the it difficult to detect the higher quality sound it is said to produce, especially in these small size units.
Not sure about other capital cities, but for Sydney all AM radio stations are on DAB+ band, except for am 1224 - 2RPH. No great loss there.
Unless you are blind!!! They also read from the daily papers. But there is always AM radio for rph.
Obviously you are not a listener.
1224 AM 2RPH is well worth listening to if you like to have newspapers and magazines read to you, while you are running, driving, busy or if you have difficulty reading.
Some people might be able to pick up 2RPH on FM, too (Newcastle transmitter).
Re. this specific DAB+ radio: Pioneer Australia is distributor. Someone might find their page useful.
Wow, is this actual model REALLY $169 RRP? $40 Delivered is a bargain compared to Pioneer's shop asking $96!
I wonder if these units have a 3.5mm jack for a headset…
No headphone or line out socket. Makes the Aldi a more attractive option if you need that feature.
I can't see a 3.5mm headphone socket on the Aldi unit either.
Aldi product description says it has.
Line out would also be useful on ultra portable units, for use on motorbikes etc. If anyone here is a bike rider and bargain hunter.
Akai's $62 (eg, at OW) portable does, but I'd say you -wouldn't- want to feed it AA's over its life time… :-/
AA's? You mean batteries?
Shows $79.98 for me
yes, deal has expired.
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