Read full TEAC SR80i Mini Aurb review
TEAC hasn’t many laurels to rest on these days, and the extra effort
this has spurred-on is evident in the SR80i Mini Aurb. Its design could
do with a slight tweak or two in our opinion, but it offers loads of
features and a chameleon-like sound that means it can transform from a
meek kitchen-top radio to something to turn your living room into a
disco with a nothing more than an elongated press on the volume button.
Its relatively petite stature and drivers means it can’t compete with
the big boys, but on its home turf this lesser-known contender sure
knows how to play.