Stream 67

Smart Audio System

4 out of 5 by 2.

The Stream 67 is a sophisticated Smart Audio system that delivers exceptional room-filling sound in an acoustically-tuned wooden cabinet. Stream playlists using Bluetooth or via built-in streaming services including Spotify Connect, Deezer, Amazon Prime Music, or TIDAL.

The Stream 67 Works with Alexa, so you can control and enjoy your music simply by giving voice commands to your Echo device, such as "Alexa, play the Rolling Stones on my Stream 67".

The Stream 67 plays CDs, music stored on USB stick, and you can stream music from your PC/Mac/NAS via your home WiFi network. Built-in DAB/DAB+/FM gives you choice of UK radio stations, whilst Internet Radio enables you to access thousands of radio stations and podcasts from around the world. With two mid-treble speakers and two bass speakers with ported chambers the Stream 67 packs a punch with its superior sound quality. 

FREE DELIVERY. Please allow 3-5 working days for delivery of your order.

£599.99

Specification

  • SOURCE
    DAB/DAB+/FM radio
    Yes
    Works with Alexa
    Yes
    Spotify Connect †
    Yes
    Deezer built-in †
    Yes
    Amazon Prime Music built-in †
    Yes
    TIDAL built-in †
    Yes
    Internet Radio
    Yes
    Access to Podcasts
    Yes
    Bluetooth Connectivity
    Yes
    CD player
    CD / MP3 / WMA discs
    Music Player via Network (DLNA)
    Yes
    Codec support
    MP3/WMA/AAC/FLAC/ALAC
    Music Player via USB
    Yes
    Third party streaming services may require subscription accounts
  • Network
    Wi-Fi connectivity (Dual-band Wi-Fi, 802.11 b/g/n/a)
    Yes
    Ethernet (10/100 Mbits/sec)
    Yes
    Control via free UNDOK smartphone app
    Yes
  • Audio
    5 position equaliser & separate bass, mid-range and treble
    Yes
    Two mid-treble speakers, two bass speakers (with ported chambers)
    Yes
  • CONNECTIVITY
    Headphone socket
    Yes
    Auxiliary input socket for smartphone playback
    Yes
  • DESIGN
    USB charging of smartphone, tablet, or similar devices
    Yes
    Alarm Function (2 alarms DAB/FM/CD/Internet or Buzzer)
    Yes
    Full colour screen
    Yes
    On-device control
    Yes
    Remote control
    Yes
    Mains powered
    Yes
    Supplied accessories
    AC adaptor, Remote control (2 x AAA batteries included), Instruction book
    Dimensions (mm)
    455(w) x 160(h) x 285(d)
    Weight
    7.2kg

Reviews

Rating: 4/5 49 years 6 months ago
A versatile device

I purchased a Stream67 direct from the Roberts Radio website. It came very quickly and was well-packed. Although there is a comprehensive instruction manual,the setting up process was a little complicated, because for several functions it is necessary to install the UNDOK app on a mobile device and configure the set up from that. I managed to get all features to work except for Amazon Music and Alexa. I contacted Technical Support and they gave me advice which resolved these problems. Now that it is fully working I am delighted with it. The controls are easy to use, although easier from the handset than on the device itself. The tone seems good to my untrained ear, and the radio works well on DAB, better than FM but that may be due to reception in this area. It is great to have a variety of ways to play my music. You are warned against downloading software updates. I tried doing this and lost the facility to play CDs, so have reverted to the factory settings, which involved setting the device up again. Now that I have the device fully working I find it a versatile way of listening to my music and the radio, and would recommend it, but be aware that the set-up process can take a while.

Rating: 4/5 49 years 6 months ago
Lovely stereo with all the bells and whistles

This is a great stereo. The sound is really powerful but with an option to modify. It easily plays my (old!) cd collection and has great dab, internet radio and bluetooth features. I really like the undok app for the remote on my mobile so haven't really used the remote that came with it very much. It's bigger than I thought it might be but still sits easily on my bookshelf and looks great. I'm sure there are other options i haven't yet discovered. There are a few minor glitches (some cutting out when the cd is playing for a long time; the bluetooth connection to my phone is at a low volume and significantly lower than the bluetooth from my laptop), but I'm sure I'll work those out and they don't really interfere with its use.