Radio is more digital than ever, and to listen to it, an all-purpose unit like the versatile Roberts Stream 67 comes in handy. Whether you like it or not, analog radio is on its last legs in the Netherlands. In many other European countries, DAB+ has not really been picked up by the consumer, in our country it runs fine. At the same time, the number of ‘classic’ radio listeners is shrinking. If you just want to hear music and no small talk, then streaming is obviously a solution. The Roberts Stream 67 has no trouble with either sport. The DAB+ receiver helps you hear digital radio from the ether, and there is also plenty to enjoy on the streaming side. You control it all via the now somewhat standard UNDOK app.
New color: black
You’ll effortlessly listen to over ten thousand web radio stations from around the world, or hook into a popular streaming service like Spotify, Tidal, Deezer, Qobuz or Amazon Music. The Roberts Stream 67 is already available, with the novelty that the timeless-looking device is now available in Black in addition to the colors Cherry, Walnut, Cherry, Silver. Black is what we would call it in our regions. The price of the Stream 67 is €799.