Madingley Hall DAB Bedside Digital FM Radio Alarm ...

Every item in the Majority range was meticulously designed in Cambridge, England. Great detail has been applied to every stage of the design and manufacturing process in order to achieve an outstanding finish. To ensure durability and reliability for our customers, our products are constructed with superior materials and components. We offer full technical support

Every item in the Majority range was meticulously designed in Cambridge, England. Great detail has been applied to every stage of the design and manufacturing process in order to achieve an outstanding finish.

To ensure durability and reliability for our customers, our products are constructed with superior materials and components. We offer full technical support for every item, as well as including a comprehensive 12 month warranty.

Finally, each item arrives to you in a beautifully presented gift box.

Description

A compact, bedside digital , the Majority Madingley (DAB) offers a blend of quality, style and affordability that’s hard to beat. The Majority Madingley ’s punchy audio rivals that of premium sets, and it features DAB digital and FM radio along with an AUX input. There’s also plenty of additional features including-

Dual with snooze feature
2 USB Quick Charge
Mains powered
20 presets (10 DAB / 10 FM)
Auto set time and date
Sleep function
Large clear dimmable LCD display
Telescopic aerial

Dimensions- 13 x 13 x 9 cm

In the box
Madingley Hall (DAB) Radio
Mains Power Lead
Instructions

Product Features

  • A compact, bedside digital radio, the Majority Madingley Hall (DAB) offers a blend of quality, style and affordability that’s hard to beat. The radio alarm features both DAB digital and FM radio. Unobtrusive but stylish, the compact design is sure to fit on the smallest of bedside tables.
  • In the top of the radio there’s two handy quick charge USB ports so you can change your smartphone, tablet or other USB device directly from the radio without the need for extra bedside plugs or chargers.
  • Being an alarm clock, this item comes with a large, clear and dimmable LCD screen. Automatic time set – When you plug the clock in for the first time, the current time will be shown in the display.
  • The Majority Madingley Hall’s punchy audio rivals that of premium sets, and it features both DAB digital and FM radio with the ability to save 20 preset stations (10 DAB & 10 FM).
  • There is also an AUX input so you can play all your favourite tunes from your phone with a 3.5mm cable.

Comments

Janjan says:

Good looking clock Good looking clock that’s a good size for a bedside cabinet. I like the silver and white colour. The plastic is a good quality and the silver looks like metal mesh . Set up was a little challenging at first but once get the hang of it I’m sure it will all make sense. The DAB radio works very well, the reception is very good considering I’ve not extended the aerial. A good feature is that the time sets automatically when it’s turned on in DAB radio mode. I’ve only had this for less than a week…

NOEL ROUSSEAU says:

A Nightmare To Use Really awkward and fiddly to use. I HAVE STILL AFTER ABOUT A YEAR OF USE NOT BEEN ABLE TO PROGRAM ANY STATIONS ON THE PRESETS. The reception is good but the Alarm is a nightmare. It has set itself at 11 PM and there i9s no way to switch it off!I’VE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BUT THEY ARE NO HELP. SO I GET WOKEN AT 11 PM EVERY TIME I GO TO BED EARLY.Oh BTW: Is am electronics Engineer!Unfortunately all of these DAB Radios are awkward and fiddly to use, I have now bought about 6 DAB…

Jamie A. says:

Great device. Screen brightness could go lower. Great little device, easy to use and easy to set up. Signal is good and sound quality is acceptable for what is effectively an alarm clock!My only complaint is that the screen’s lowest brightness setting is still quite bright if you have it on a bedside table. It doesn’t seem too bad with the lights on but if you wake up in the night and turn to face the table it really is bright.

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