The LOGIK LHDR15 is a small digital radio with an attractive wood-effect finish. It offers FM and DAB radio as well as an alarm clock and a few other features. The LOGIK LHDR15 is one of the most affordable DAB radios available in the UK, but how does it perform? Find out in this review…
- LCD display with adjustable brightness
- Saves 20 preset stations (10 on FM and 10 on DAB)
- Mains or battery powered with AA batteries
- Alarm clock with snooze function
- 3.5 mm headphone jack
Dimensions: 19 cm wide x 12 cm high x 12.5 cm deep
Weight: 830 g
Performance and use
For a radio of its size and price, the LOGIK LHDR15 has good sound quality and sounds crisp and clear, though it only offers a limited about of volume. The reception is also good on both FM and DAB.
One area where the LOGIK LHDR15 could be improved is in saving and recalling preset stations, which is a bit fiddly and takes a while to get used to.
Another issue is that the display is rather bright so it might disturb you at night if you want to use it as a clock radio. The display is also quite small so you can’t read the time unless you’re close to it.
- Decent sound quality for a radio of its size
- Attractive design
- Good value for money
- Small and compact
- Saving and accessing preset stations could be easier
- Feels quite plasticky
- Display is quite bright so it’s not ideal as a clock radio
- Display is small so it’s hard to see the time
- Doesn’t go very loud
The LOGIK LHDR15 offers good value for money and has decent sound quality for the price. However, some of the functions are fiddly to use and the LHDR15 isn’t ideal as a clock radio.
One of the most popular inexpensive DAB radios is the Goodmans Canvas which, like the LOGIK LHDR15, is a compact portable FM/DAB radio.
One cheap DAB radio with a similar design to the LOGIK LHDR15 is the Akai A61018, which has a beech finish and can be used as a portable radio with 4 AA batteries.
For some more options in this price range, see this article: Best DAB Radios Under £30.