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Roberts Stream 67 now available in black

The English specialist Roberts Radio Ltd. launched the Roberts Stream 67 a good three years ago. This is now available in a new design variant, namely in discreet black.

It was from sophisticated Smart Audio System, so the description of Roberts Radio Ltd. of the Roberts Stream 67 Smart Audio System, which they had announced for the first time in February 2018 and then brought to market later in the year. This offered a solution in the elegant form of an all-in-one system that included radio, CD player and, of course, streaming.

A particularly appealing sound quality was also to be offered, as well as particularly simple operation.

Roberts Stream 67 – The Smart Radio

Roberts Radio Ltd. has been known as a specialist for high-quality radios for years, and they often combine different functions, which is also the case with the Roberts Stream 67, as already mentioned. However, this is not a simple all-in-one system, but rather a Smart Radio.

Even though the Roberts Stream 67 is equipped with both an FM and DAB+ tuner, streaming is still the main focus here, and if you have already integrated the Roberts Stream 67 into the network, you can go even further and, besides controlling it via an app, the so-called UNDOK app for Apple iOS and Google Android, also provide voice control, whereby you decided to use the Amazon platform and thus Amazon Alexa.

Radio, CD, streaming via network and Bluetooth

The Roberts Stream 67 is integrated into the network either via cable or the integrated WiFi module, and can then access its own content as well as Internet radio, podcasts and streaming services like Spotify, Deezer, TIDAL, Qobuz and Amazon Music.

Those who want to use smartphones and tablets directly as a source can do so via Bluetooth in the simplest case.

We have already mentioned that you can enjoy the radio via FM and DAB+, as well as that a CD player is available that can play audio CDs and data carriers with MP3 and WMA files. However, audio data can also be played via USB and corresponding storage media, and a corresponding input is of course also available for analog sources.

A line out is not missing, nor is a headphone jack.

  • Roberts Stream 67
  • Roberts Stream 67
  • Roberts Stream 67
  • Roberts Stream 67

Rich sound despite compact dimensions

Solutions from Roberts Radio Ltd. have always shone with a particularly appealing sound, and this should also apply to the Roberts Stream 67, which is a stereo system equipped with two tweeters and two bass drivers, and also has a bass reflex system. The sound characteristics can be adjusted here with a five-band equalizer as well as a separate bass, mid and treble control.

New design variant

The system with dimensions of 455 x 160 x 285 mm and a weight of 7.2 kg has so far been offered in Cherry, Walnut and Silver, the latter variant was introduced as Roberts Radio Stream 67 Silver Edition in August 2019. Now another option follows, and that is classic black.

All variants can now be found at the recommended retail price of € 799 in specialized stores.

Getting to the point

Even though the Roberts Stream 67 has been on the market for quite a long time, it is still a cutting-edge, versatile system that has thus lost none of its appeal. Especially since the English specialist Roberts Radio Ltd. offers the Roberts Stream 67 in a new design variant, the customer can now choose from Cherry, Walnut, Silver and Black.

Manufacturer:Roberts Radio Ltd.
Distribution:Audio Vertrieb by HZ Electronics
Price:€ 799,-

About Michael Holzinger

Michael Holzinger, founder and editor-in-chief of HiFi BLOG and sempre-audio.com, has been working for years as a journalist in the fields of IT, photography, telecommunications and consumer electronics.

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