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The Oakington DAB/DAB+ Radio is one of the most feature-packed products in Majority’s line-up of affordable digital radios. It offers a CD player, stereo sound, Bluetooth and USB charging, and comes in a classy walnut wooden finish. Find out more about what the Majority Oakington can do and how it performs in this review…
- FM/DAB/DAB+ radio
- CD/CD-R/CD-RW player
- USB port for charging and MP3 playback
- Stereo speakers
- Remote control
- 3.5 mm aux-in and headphone jack
Dimensions: 40 cm wide x 13 cm high x 20 cm deep
Weight: 3.8 kg
Performance and use
Like most DAB radios, the Majority Oakington is easy to set up since it quickly scans and saves the radio stations available in your area. The radio picks up DAB stations well, but the reception is quite poor on FM. Given the disappointing FM reception, we’d only recommend this radio if you’re planning to listen more to DAB/DAB+ than FM.
With two 10-watt speakers, the Majority Oakington packs a punch and should be easily loud enough for the largest room in the house. The sound is good for a radio in this price range, and there’s a decent amount of bass.
One of the most impressive things about this radio is the design and finish, which makes it look more expensive than it is.
- Very good value for money
- Good build quality
- Attractive, premium-looking design
- Good amount of bass
- Buttons on remote aren’t very responsive
- Poor FM reception
If you want a premium-looking radio at a budget price, the Oakington is a great choice. This radio performs much better than you’d expect given the price tag. The poor FM reception is disappointing, but overall the Majority Oakington is a quality piece of kit.
One radio with similar specs minus the CD player is the AZATOM Multiplex D1. The Multiplex D1 is cheaper than the Oakington, so it could be a good choice if you don’t need a CD player and are looking to save money.
A more high-end alternative is the Pure Evoke C-D6, which has an attractive wood-effect finish and offers a CD player and Bluetooth in addition to FM/DAB radio.
The most similar radio overall is probably the Auna Stanford, which has a very similar design and almost the exact same features and specs, but a higher price tag (at the time of writing).
For some more options see our roundup of the best radio CD players in the UK.