DAB Radio

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  1. TheTwoOfUs

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    Does anyone know the transmitting range for DAB stations? We take a DAB radio with us but never seem to have any consistency with finding stations.
     
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    We just re tune each location we go to
     
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    I have a cheap portable DAB radio, which we have used all over the uk without retuning. I think it was about 25quid a few years ago. I thought one of the advantages of DAB was that they didn't need tuning.
     
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    I bought a dab radio specially for use in the mh Found that 1st it uses Aa batteries very quickly less then a week Then it was totally useless to tune in in Europe
    Gone back to my old Sony radio batteries last a long time and I can tune in everywhere easily
     
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    Same with mine, the battery life is useless so we now use it from 12v via a universal adaptor (as it actually runs on 6v):thumb:
     
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