KitSound Jive 1950s Style Retro Portable DAB Radio with Dual Alarm Clock and Carry Handle – Floral

July 9, 2015 - Comment

KitSound KSJIVMLT – Jive DAB Radio White/Silver Product Features Dual alarm clock for peace of mind Multi-function control panel with sleep/snooze option and quick scan button Digital, easy-to-read display Use mains power or batteries for flexibility Carry handle with stitch detail

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KitSound KSJIVMLT – Jive DAB Radio White/Silver

Product Features

  • Dual alarm clock for peace of mind
  • Multi-function control panel with sleep/snooze option and quick scan button
  • Digital, easy-to-read display
  • Use mains power or batteries for flexibility
  • Carry handle with stitch detail

Comments

mau5 says:

future proofing meets retro classic design I have been debating the move to DAB from FM for some time now, following concerns I started hearing amongst my friends that FM had “run out of channels”. It was a shame as most of my equipment at home is FM and it has a lot of history for me in terms of listening, but we live in the 21st century and we need to move with the times.I actually bought this with some money I received for my birthday as I had read some good reviews. I’ve also bought KitSound in the past, and to be honest, I have been quite impressed. I was hoping that this would not disappoint either.So if you are aiming to future proof and maintain/exceed the level of output quality that you currently receive from your radios, then you should take a serious look at the Jive. And hey – if you just can’t stand the thought of letting go of FM just yet, then note that it has the ability to flick between both modes.Fair size front-firing twin drivers give some respectable volume at the top…

Little One says:

Elvis may have left the building; but this speaker is ready to rock ‘n’ roll My Mum got a Roberts Revival radio for Christmas and I absolutely love it. I was so impressed by the sound and design of the radio; I looked to get one myself, and then discovered the accompanying price tag, which seems to be anywhere between £160 – £200 and so my search stopped there.However, I started searching “retro portable radios” on Amazon and came across the KitSound Jive. Available in a number of colours I was firstly drawn to the price and secondly to the brand. It has been a while since I have purchased any KitSound gear, but knowing the speakers I have owned previously have always been a hit, I thought I’d give it a go… And at half the price of the higher-end Roberts’, the specification looked good and if anything, I preferred the rounder, softer shape.So, I decided to buy the Jive in black. The product arrived in good time and the first impression of the product, from the packaging, was a positive one. The packaging has a very 1950s feel with the…

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