Kogan releases new digital radio range
Kogan has released a new range of digital radios starting at just $59 at a time when Australians are embracing the new format.
PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) says digital radio penetration has reached 10 per cent penetration in Australia with forecasts for that number to grow to 16 per cent by the end of 2013 and 18 per cent by the middle of 2014.
There are four products that make up the range starting off with a basic model and moving all the way up to a device that includes and iPhone/iPod dock and wi-fi connectivity.
Kogan Pixie Digital Radio – $59
The Pixie measures just 13cm tall and 13cm wide and has a single mono speaker along with a two-line screen to display station information.
The device is powered four AA batteries and, being so small, is easy to take anywhere with you.
Kogan’s Pixie Digital Radio is available in black and yellow.
Kogan Retro Digital Radio – $99
The device has the classic wood finish with volume and tuning dials on either side of a large display.
This model also adds an alarm clock to the mix so you can wake up to your favourite in crystal clear CD quality sound.
There’s also a 3.5mm Aux In stereo input so any device with a headphone jack can be played through the device’s 2 x 4W RMS speakers.
Kogan Digital Internet Radio – $139
This model includes an iPhone/iPod dock and wi-fi connectivity which enables audio streaming over your network as well as access to thousands of internet radio stations.
And this is on top of the digital radio, an alarm clock and a 3.5mm audio input.
Kogan Deluxe Digital Internet Radio – $179
At the top of the Kogan line is the Deluxe Digital Internet Radio which features an iPhone/iPod dock, wi-fi streaming, internet radio, 3.5mm Aux In and an alarm clock.
But what makes this model Deluxe is more powerful speakers along with a built-in subwoofer.