Wireless Multi-room CD Sound System
Our flagship system does an incredible amount in one compact, acoustically superior unit. It really raises the bar with its depth of sound and fantastic features. Bluetooth streaming, access to millions of songs via Spotify, 20,000+ Internet Radio stations, thousands of Podcasts, built-in FM/DAB/DAB+, plus the ability to integrate it into a multi-room set up; it's all there.
Please allow 3-5 working days for delivery of your order.
Every radio station in the world.
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 30 radio station presets, so you can access your favourite stations at the touch of a few buttons.
Access millions of songs via Spotify Connect.
Discover new artists and music with Spotify Connect. The Stream 65i gives you access to a virtually endless selection of songs and playlists, for all your listening needs.
Stream music from anywhere.
Stream your music from your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. Loads of music stored on your computer? Simply wirelessly stream it from your PC/Mac/NAS straight to the Stream 65i.
The Stream 65i also features a CD player, so you can dig out your favourite CDs and rediscover your music collection. You can even play your MP3/WMA files via CD, USB or SD Card. Like the sound of the CD or radio station or you're listening to? Hit record and it'll be copied across to an SD Card or USB.
Use as part of a multi-room set up.
Enjoy the Stream 65i as an independent sound system, or pair it with other speakers as part of a multi-room group. You can enjoy the same great music in different rooms, or mix it up and listen to different songs in your home.
Control. At your fingertips.
It's all controlled easily from the palm of your hand, thanks to the free UNDOK iOS/Android smartphone app. Easily navigate, scroll through, and select radio stations, songs on Spotify, and internet radio stations. The Stream 65i also has full on-device controls, so you don’t need to have your phone with you at all times.
Our engineers have tweaked and fine-tuned the Stream 65i to make sure it delivers the best sound possible. The result is an acoustically tuned wooden cabinet that really packs a punch with its rich, room-filling sound.
- FM/DAB/DAB+ Built in
- Internet Radio
- Spotify Connect
- Bluetooth® Connectivity
AAC with AVRCP)
- Music Player via Network
- Yes (PC, Mac or NAS over home network)
- Music Player via USB
- Music Player via SD Card
- CD Playback
- Music Player Codec Support
WMA/ FLAC*/ AAC*/ ALAC*/ WAV* (* = Music Player via network only)
b/ g/ n standard on 2.4GHz and 5Ghz bands)
- Wired Ethernet Connection
- Control via UNDOK app
- Yes (iOS or Android smartphones)
- Full-range Driver
- Yes (2)
Yes (7 Position Equalizer & Separate Bass /
- Record to SD card or USB memory (not Spotify)
- Headphone Socket
- Yes (3.5mm Stereo)
- Line-out (Analogue)
- Yes (3.5mm Stereo)
- Line-out (Digital)
- Yes (optical)
- Auxiliary input socket for iPod/MP3 playback
- Yes (3.5mm Stereo)
- Alarm Function
- Yes (Radio, CD, USB, SD Card, Buzzer Alarm)
- Full Colour Screen
- On-device Control
- Mains Powered
- Battery Powered
- Supplied Accessories
- Mains Adaptor; Remote Control; Batteries for Remote Control (2 x AAA)
- Dimensions (mm)
- 356(w) x 130(h) x 252(d)
- 4 kg
I already have a Roberts internet radio in the kitchen, but needed one with a CD for my home office. This is just the right size, took less than an hour to set up and connect - including locating some of my favourite stations - and sounds fabulous. Unusually nowadays, it comes with a proper and well-written instruction booklet. Just 2 small gripes - the headphone socket is on the rear why??]; and having mistakenly ticked "Daylight Saving" when setting up, it seems impossible to go back to Greenwich Meantime as one of the options in the manual doesn't appear on screen. Maybe Roberts can resolve?
This radio is awful, if I can get it to power on I'm lucky. I also own a Colourstream which I can honestly say is so so much better than this. If you play media files you only get 'album 01 track 01' etc, where are the album titles and the track titles, it's like Roberts have stepped back into the dark ages with this one, just turned it on today and after 20mins plus pulling the mains lead out of the back and pushing it back in again it finally started to work. Poor, I expected a lot more for nearly 500 quid.
We have a Stream 65i in our office and it's used mainly to listen to 6 music via the internet (we get terrible DAB reception). Sound quality is excellent, and it's more than loud enough to fill our 800 sqft office. Several of us have the app on our phones which allows us to effectively have multiple remote controls - so we can easily mute when we need to use the phone. I'm also reliably informed that after 5 o'clock it can enjoys being cranked up REALLY LOUD! Our only niggle would be that if we lose the wifi connection then the radio can get stuck for a couple of minutes before it times out and allows you to switch over to DAB.