Digital radios: Compare features & prices Red NE-3111R DAB wooden radio review http://www.which.co.uk/technology/audio/reviews/digital-radios/red-ne-3111r-dab-wooden-radio/review/
The Red NE-3111R from Sainsbury's is a sub-£50 radio, so it may appeal to those looking for a cheap tabletop DAB/FM radio. However, low-priced radios often disappoint in our tests when it comes to sound quality, so we put it through our tests to see if it could buck the trend.
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|Overall sound quality|
|Speech sound quality|
|Classical music sound quality|
|Pop music sound quality|
|Jazz music sound quality|
|Internet sound quality|
|Ease of use|
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Red NE-3111R DAB wooden radio
- Launch date: Nov 2010
- Type: Portable
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Overall sound quality
The overall verdict from our expert listening tests.
Speech sound quality
Verdict on sound quality of speech, not music, in our expert listening tests.
Classical music sound quality
Verdict on sound quality of classical music, in our listening tests
Pop music sound quality
Verdict on sound quality of pop music, in our listening tests
Jazz music sound quality
Verdict on sound quality of jazz music, in our listening tests
Internet sound quality
Verdict on sound quality of streamed audio files for internet capable models only in our expert listening tests.
Includes power use measurements when on, in standby and using batteries where applicable
We gradually reduce the DAB signal to find out which radios are most sensitive to picking up weaker signals. A high score here will not guarantee DAB reception as there is not currently full UK DAB coverage, but the best models stand a better chance of being able to pick up slightly weaker DAB signals.