Sony rolls out retro-styled portable radio

Sony outs a new portable radio that will appeal to the fans of the Eighties and will match perfectly for Queen’s Radio Ga Ga or Boney M’s  Daddy Cool.  Along with the retro-styled  model called XDR-S16DBP, Sony also has introduced and the XDR-C706DBP clock radio, both of which are the first micro radios from the company that offer compatibility with the enhanced DAB+ digital broadcasting standard.

The XDR-S16DBP has elegantly rounded natural wood cabinet with a pair of  0.8W stereo speakers inside it. The radio is equipped with a monochrome 16×2 LCD,DAB/DAB+ and FM tuner, headphone jack and sleep timer that switches off the radio after a preset delay.

Sony XDR-S16DBP radio

The other, more “modern” model the XDR-C706DBP also offers DAB/DAB+/FM capabilities, has 0.4W speaker, a larger LCD display and can wake you up  every morning. It also has four alarm, sleep timer and snooze button.

Sony XDR-C706DBP

Both portable radios are now available, XDR-S16DBP for around $128 and XDR-C706DBP for around $120.

Source: Sony

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