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Bush BFSAT01SD review

7

Disarmingly small, like all the Freesat receivers so far, the Bush model is tasteful in piano-black plastic with a wide chromed stripe across the front. There's no front panel display – the only adornments on the front (apart from the Bush and Freesat logos are the Channel up/down, Volume up/down and power buttons.

Bush BFSAT01SD review

Bush TR04DAB review

8

Despite the old fashioned looks, some features on the TR04DAB are firmly in the 21st Century - touch sensitive controls, for example.Connectivity is limited to a headphones jack and a line output, meaning the radio can be hooked up to a separate speaker system.

Bush TR04DAB review

Bush TR82 review

7

This radio was a hit in the 1950s and it could become one again, but only to a limited audience. This updated version of one of the first portable transistor radios retains all the 'traditional' features of the original despite this new digital incarnation.

Bush TR82 review

Bush iDaptor review

6

Essentially a Scart plug with a Freeview tuner built into its casing, the iDaptor is a novel solution for the digital switchover. The connections for the power lead, infrared receiver and aerial add weight that makes the iDaptor sag slightly...

Bush DFTA1 review

6

This Bush Freeview box, the DFTA1, is a stylish slimline affair, with rounded corners, a silver exterior and a blue fascia piquing interest. Other than that, it's business as usual

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