Loewe has released a new portable receiver with the unusual name radio.frequency , timed to coincide with the centenary of the company’s first radio receiver. It was in 1923 that a small tube receiver OE 333 was born , produced by Radio Frequenz Gmbh , founded by the Loewe brothers.
The anniversary model operates in the analogue FM band, as well as in digital DAB and DAB+. The declared power is 28 watts , the acoustic system includes two full-range speakers and a passive radiator. In addition to the radio receiver, the device has a Bluetooth adapter, as well as a digital player for USB flash drives.
There is a monochrome display on the front panel; the top panel, on which the controls are located, is trimmed with natural wood. The built-in battery provides up to 14 hours of battery life.
The Loewe radio.frequency radio retails for £199