Summary: Why I am looking for another internet radio: 1. It blocks time and again buffering. In case of some stations it keeps on buffering for ever e.g. "Tango Radio Velour" 2. The panel is to bright. You can almost read if other lights are out. 3. The panel is not intuitive and you have to joggle around too much to get your favourite stations. The multiuse function with DAB+ and connecting the iPod etc is good. Sound middling.
Summary: I purchased this radio after a very favorable rating by "What Hi-Fi" magazine. I don't know what they were thinking, I was very disappointed and can't see how this would win anything. First, the output volume is VERY low. If this radio was in a room with even a small amount of ambient noise it would be easily drowned out. Second, the menus are difficult, with icons that are far from intuitive. For internet stations the buffering time can be excessive.
Total trash, was better off with the Logitech Squeeze Radio
A. Martinez, Amazon
7 June 2011
Summary: I did so much research before purchasing and I thought this seriously was supposed to be top quality. The sound is excellent but it spends most of its time buffering internet radio streams. The Logitech Squeeze Radio has been so superior to this that I wish I had not been fooled by the positive reviews for the Revo. I will be putting mine up on Ebay and will not be purchasing a Revo product again.