If you're looking for a simple way to add digital radio to your setup then the Yamaha T-D500 is a solid performer, but we'd ditch the remote control.
Typical price: $599.00
The Sony CMTFX350I not only packs in the features, including DAB+, CD and iPod dock, but also a lot of performance for the price.
Typical price: $279.00
If you want to jump on the digital radio bandwagon and are also in the market for a micro system, the Grundig is a great buy at AU$299. Just don't expect exemplary sound or perfect reception for the price.
Typical price: $299.00
If you're a rocker, then the official Pure Evoke-1S Marshall DAB+ radio is the only portable you need. It features great sound and authentic looks.
Typical price: $269.00
Sanyo's DAB+ micro system is high on price and low on real value.
Typical price: $249.00
Philips' inexpensive entry into the digital radio world offers few surprises, either nice or nasty.
Typical price: $179.95
As a portable DAB+ unit the Roam works well. Stop roaming and connect it up to speakers, however, and the story is quite different.
Typical price: $179.00
The Cambridge Audio Azur 650T DAB+ is a high quality DAB+/FM tuner, but it lacks some of the features of its rival and mercilessly uncovers the flaws in digital broadcasts.
Typical price: $699.00
Kogan's second-generation DAB+ digital radio and iPod dock combination hits all the right notes.
Typical price: $199.00
We can't fault the Bush Walker's simplicity or portability, but it's still a DAB+ radio that is only of interest to those who spend a lot of time outdoors.
Typical price: $129.00