This was posted 1 year 4 months 12 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Aiwa Internet/DAB/DAB+/BT/FM Radio $99 Pickup or Delivered (Was $129) @ Target


Came across this while looking for a internet radio streaming capable radio for my mother, who prefers straightforward physical devices over bamboozling streaming apps and Bluetooth speakers. The only other internet streaming physical device I could find locally is the Sangean WFR-28CWH at JB HiFi for $289 (Link here)

Included link to the manual for this product below, as it details how to add your own internet stations, which I found interesting:
Aiwa AMS-330 PDF Manual link

Key features:

  • Plays Internet radio, DAB/DAB+ and FM stations
  • Bluetooth wireless audio
  • Wireless music streaming via UPnP
  • Dimmable 2.4” colour display
  • Standby clock / weather display
  • Dual alarms with Snooze - wake to radio / melody / beeps
  • Sleep timer
  • Mains powered (adaptor included)
  • Remote control

Note: This model does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack output

This is part of Boxing Day Sales for 2019

Related Stores

Target Australia
Target Australia

closed Comments

  • free home delivery for orders over $80 on web site, for those who don’t to click n collect or don’t live near a target store.

    i know some people would say “but why not just use your phone for internet radio “ because it is more convenient to just turn on the radio and not worry about charging, or blue tooth speakers ….

  • Correct as of: 26/12/2019 12:48
    In Stock: 89
    Low Stock: 13

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  • 100 bucks for a freaking radio. This better dance when playing music. This shit has gone 4 times more expensive since they introduced digital. I remember buying a good radio for $26 from dicksmith local store, and they started talking about how digital radio will revolutionise radio industry. Didnt say revolution mostly be in price.