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Roberts Revival iStream 2 review

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The Roberts Revival iStream 2 is a revision of the iStream (perhaps unsurprisingly). The DAB/internet radio hasn't changed hugely, but rather had a few tweaks here and there. Most notably, LastFM access is gone, replaced by the more popular Spotify streaming service. We took the radio to the lab to find out if the latest iteration deserves a place in your home.

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