DAB/DAB+/FM/Internet Smart Radio
The Stream 107 Smart Radio delivers built-in FM/DAB/DAB+, built-in wireless connectivity, access to Spotify Connect, and a choice of 20,000+ internet radio stations and podcasts. Listen to your personal music collection by streaming direct from your PC/Mac/NAS via Music player. Add batteries, and it’s portable too. Thanks to the free UNDOK iOS/Android smartphone app, the Stream 107 can be remotely controlled.
FREE DELIVERY. Please allow 3-5 working days for delivery of your order.
The radio. All of it.
Built-in FM/DAB/DAB+, Internet Radio, and Podcasts. With over 20,000 Internet Radio stations and counting, plus thousands of Podcasts, you can listen to radio stations from around the globe. What's more, it has 15 radio station presets, so you can access your favourite stations at the touch of a few buttons.
Stream music from your smartphone
Stream your music from your smartphone or tablet via Music Player. Loads of music stored on your computer? Simply wirelessly stream it from your PC/Mac/NAS straight to the Stream 107.
Access millions of songs via Spotify Connect.
Discover new artists and music with Spotify Connect. The Stream 107 gives you access to a virtually endless selection of songs and playlists, for all your listening needs.
Sometimes you might not want to get up and be right in front of your speakers in order to control them. Luckily, the Stream 107 can be fully controlled from anywhere in your home using the UNDOK smartphone app. The iStream 2 also offers full on-device controls, so you don’t need to have your phone with you at all times.
- FM/DAB/DAB+ Built in
- Internet Radio
- Spotify Connect
- Music Player via Network
- Music Player Codec Support
WMA/ FLAC/ AAC/ WAV
b/ g/ n standard on 2.4GHz and 5Ghz bands)
- Control via UNDOK app
- Yes (iOS or Android smartphones)
- Full-range Driver
Yes (6 Position Equalizer & Separate Bass /
- Headphone Socket
- Yes (3.5mm Stereo)
- Alarm Function
- Full Colour Screen
- On-device Control
- Mains Powered
- Battery Powered
- Battery Charging Built-in
- Yes (for NiMH cells)
- Supplied Accessories
- Mains Adaptor
- Dimensions (mm)
- 213(w) x 116(h) x 40(d)
I bought this radio back in October, to replace an old Sony model that had become unreliable. The worst aspect of the radio is its performance on battery power. I use the radio when I'm having my daily shower and it's on for about 20 minutes at a time. The Sony used to last for weeks, with only 4 batteries, and give a sign that the batteries were running down by deteriorating reception. The Roberts radio didn't even last out the month. The rechargeable batteries were nearly new and of good quality and had worked well in the Sony. On top of that, I found it impossible to link with the Internet. Following the instructions to the letter produced nothing. Fortunately, it's not an important feature for me. This morning, I put the radio on charge, having taken it away for Christmas. The display showed a time that was an hour in advance of GMT. Would I buy another: NO. Would I recommend it to others: NO.
great radio but radio is on full volume all the time what ever level i select out of guarantee now so feeling very let down
I was given this radio last Christmas and have been pleased with its performance. I was glad that I read the thick instruction book first and I soon had it up and running by following the wizard. It works very well on DAB, FM and the internet radio and is very sensitive putting other radios and our smart phones to shame. What I really like about this small radio is the quality of the sound thanks to the separate bass and treble control both of which have a good range making it easy to adjust for a good clear warm sound.I am not a big fan of the equaliser settings as they never sound quite right. There is also plenty of volume more than enough to be heard in a large living room and it does not distort when you wind the volume up. I fitted good quality rechargeable batteries and get between 10-12 hours running time on DAB/FM and about 6 hours on internet radio. I would have liked a feature which dims or turns off the display when running the radio on batteries as this would extend the battery life, its also a pity there is no blue tooth connectivity and a battery level meter would be very useful. But as I said I do enjoy listening to this radio whether its tuned to a DAB/FM station or from a radio station the other side of the world via the internet.
Superficially it ticks all the boxes, but sadly its functionality is lacking. Despite being set to maintain its wifi connection & powered up 24/7, it can take minutes for it to acquire a feed & ~50% of the time just shuts itself down again without doing anything. Cold restart, factory resets, etc do nothing useful. A shame.
This little radio has many good features but is let down by a few big design flaws. One of he worst is the display. This is unusable in bright light, outside it cannot be seen at all. This is a problem if you need to see anything useful such as the list of stations, you have to move into somewhere shadowed, even then it is still very difficult to see anything. The clock resets to 12:00 when ever the radio is switched off while on battery making the alarm feature useless away from mains power, why??. The simplest gadgets with built in clocks manage to keep time. In the settings the clock can be set to auto update from DAB, internet or network. But if you are listening to internet radio and the auto time setting is set to DAB the clock won't update from 12:00. Why not have an auto setting that will update the time from whatever source you are listening to? It takes an extraordinary time to connect to new wifi access points, after it has connected the first time subsequent connections still take around 30 seconds. There are other niggles but otherwise the build & sound quality and battery life (with good quality rechargeables) are good for such a small device.
I bought this radio over a year ago. It was great, I mostly used it to listen to bbc radio 4. However, the radio installed a software update from Roberts one day and hasn't been able to play radio 4 since. It just says "decode error". It's now gathering dust on the shelf as a result. Rather expensive junk.
I get so fed up with the constant information about the USA on tth e BBC that I bought this internet radio to hear news frm France and Germany - what a relief!
I bought this a week ago and I'm so pleased with it, my only gripe is that it's an absolute hog on batteries. Otherwise it's an excellent radio for the bedroom, garage, kitchen or whatever room you want it in. Internet setup is a breeze and the tuning dial on the side is a pleasure to navigate the menus with plus the colour display is also a pleasant surprise in it's clarity and ease of legibility. Highly recommended!
Very good radio you can listen to any station you want my husband loves it
It is taking me a long time to get used to all the instructions but I am working my way through them.
I have a Spotify Premium account and followed the instructions in the manual. My Stream 217 works perfectly but the Stream 107 will not. This is very disappointing.
Got this mainly for internet radio. Digital and FM reception excellent too in a location not noted for brilliant signal quality.
Need to be quite tech to set it up Luckily I only bought to get one station at moment . In the right hands would be ideal .
Easy to set up using wizard, added advantage of being able to use rechargeable batteries as well as ordinary ones, nice tone. Has DAB, FM as well as internet radio and can strem my music from the networked hard drive