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Our range of DAB radios with CD player allow you to enjoy all your favourite music in the best possible sound quality. With a range of premium features included as well, these models really are the cream of the crop.
Here at liGo, we take DAB radios very seriously indeed. Our team of experts are always searching for the best models on the market, with superior sound quality and a range of great features. If, like us, you believe that only a first-rate model will do, then a DAB radio with CD player is the ideal choice.
There are plenty of reasons to consider a DAB radio with CD player built in. The main advantage is obvious: they allow you to play CDs directly from the device itself. As every serious sound fanatic knows, discs sound so much better than streaming. That’s because MP3s and streams are compressed to make them easier to store digitally. They are certainly more convenient, but this compression causes a huge drop in clarity. This isn’t an issue for serious audiophiles, either. Playing a CD and stream side by side reveals just how much clearer a disc sounds. For discerning listeners, there really is no competition.
Most DAB radios with CD Players tend to come in at a higher cost than their smaller siblings. There is a simple reason for this: the extra tech inside makes them more expensive to produce, especially those with more advanced features. To make up for this, brands usually include a host of premium features in these models, too. Most significantly, you can expect to find wifi connectivity in most DAB radios with CD players. That means you can use them to tune in to internet radio, which itself sounds superior to DAB broadcasting. Many also support multi-room connectivity, so you can link up multiple units to fill your whole home with music.
You’ll find plenty of DAB radios with CD players out there. Unfortunately, though, many of these simply aren’t up to standard. That’s because CDs play at a much higher resolution than radio broadcasts or online streams. When you’re dealing with a lossless format like this, any shortcomings in the speaker will quickly become apparent. Nowadays, that added clarity is the main appeal of CDs, when streams have the edge for convenience. If you really want to get the most out of your new purchase, we would advise you to stay away from these cheaper models and opt for a more high-end option instead.