After recently picking up the distribution for major appliance brand Indesit Bush Australia hasn’t forgotten its heritage, unveiling its latest digital radio.

The Bush Heritage II Connect, with Spotify connect enabled so the radio can access over 30 million music tracks and 16,000 internet radio stations, all the while streaming audio via Bluetooth wireless.

Available in August, the Bush Heritage II will retail for $499 and distribution is via selected AV specialists, some Harvey Norman stores and selected custom integrators.


Connect the radio to Spotify via an app on your phone

While the Bush Heritage II is connected to Spotify via an app on your phone or tablet, the music can still play as you take calls and do other tasks. If you have more than one of these radios in your home, they can be connected on the same network powered by UNDOK to give you music throughout your home.

Bush sales director, Brian Rodgers, said: “The combination of classic good looks and cutting-edge technology makes this a radio for everyone, whatever their age and interests. The extraordinary sound quality and astounding range of channels and tracks make it easier than ever to tune into anything you want to hear.”

Other features of the new Bush Heritage II Connect include: DAB+ Crystal-clear digital radio with live text from the broadcasting station on screen; audio streaming from a PC or Mac over a home Wi-Fi network; plus convenient connection and streaming with a Bluetooth/NFC compatible device.

Rodgers added: “The Bush Heritage ll has the power to transform the way we all listen to the radio. And, as Bush is committed to providing the highest quality at an affordable price, the Heritage ll represents exceptional value.”