Bush TR2003 DAB/FM Digital Radio
Product Type: Bush portable radios
Description:10 FM station presets and 10 DAB favourites presets. 2 line LCD integrated icon display. DAB autotune for full list of available stations. Auto time update function via DAB. 2 x 1.5W RMS stereo output. Bass boost and electronic volume control.
Newest Review: ... is a retro style with the front mainly being the dark grey speaker with an old fashioned Bush logo which fits in with the ... more
Customer Bush TR2003 DAB/FM Digital Radio Reviews (4)
by - written on 16/11/11 (Very useful, 167 readings)
==Price and Availability== I received a Bush TR2003 for Christmas a couple of years ago when retro style radios were really in fashion. Although my Mum bought it for me so I don't know exactly I'm pretty sure it was about the £35 mark which I picked out from the Argos catalogue. I don't think Argos sells it anymore but it is available online at varying prices. ==Technical Details== * DAB Stereo Digital Radio with PLL FM Analogue Tuner * Two Line LCD Integrated Icon Display * DAB Autotune for Full List of Available Stations * Auto Time Update Function via DAB * 10 FM Station Presets and 10 DAB Favourites ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/10 (Very useful, 145 readings)
I had heard some mixed views on the quality of digital radio and the fact that reception is not always great so one of the things that I liked about this particular digital radio when we got it was the fact that it also retains the ability to tune into FM stations as well without the digital which meant if all else failed I atleast could access some of the stations I like. It was a mid range radio in terms of price, we bought it a while back but I'm pretty sure it was in the £35-40 price range from Argos. The radio has a nice simple design with a grey metallic effect for the body with a black centre panel and the BUSH logo in silver letters. However some of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/10 (Very useful, 223 readings)
This retro style modern radio is available from a range of outlets both online and on the highstreet. Prices vary from place to place but I paid £49.99 from Argos around 6 months ago. They are now offering £5 off if you trade in your old radio. I was looking for something a bit different and I thought this looked really cool. The outer skin is grey and looks very 1940s/50s. It looks great on the kitchen side. The sound is excellent and can be controlled from the top. Even left in the kitchen you can get a clear sound at the bottom of the garden. On the top you can programme in up to 10 stations. This is easy to do but there are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/10 (Useful, 35 readings)
I have had this DAB radio now since DAB first came out. I got this due to hearing that all radio and TV will be going digital shortly, This is not the best of looks but does all the jobs i want it to. It has a display feature showing you which digital radio station your listening to displays information sent from the radio station, it is easily tuned in and easy to work, sound quality is good however sometimes when im in a bad signal area for digital it does go off quite a lot so that's where the mode button comes in useful as this switches from digital to the old frequency tuning to let you tune in and listen to analogue radio stations. The sound ... Read the complete review
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