For up to date reviews of what users think
of the RSP take a look on
Starting November 2016, we are listing links to reviews as separate posts on http://www.sdrplay.com/reviews/
Here are links to older reviews
Mike Richards says 'Given the excellent value of the RSP from SDRplay, the free availability of the SDRuno software makes this a compelling combination'
The review was supplied courtesy of PW Publishing Ltd. and the copyright is retained by PW Publishing Ltd.
VA2PV has started to review the RSP on his blog which he updates with new videos regularly - click on the banner below to keep up to date with Pascal
"The SDRPlay is the only choice after an RTL dongle, anyone asks and I'll wholeheartedly recommend it."
"Probably the best $150 I've spent in ham radio yet"........." a very impressive piece of kit"....... "Best investment I have made in radio in quite some time. Having a ball with this thing" and many more
"...we have come to a point of SDR greatness, and the SDplay is what most of us dreamed of"
Click here to read this comparison with other
SDRs from RTLSDR (February 2016)
"The RSP is the winner in terms being the cheapest all-in-one RX unit that is much better than an RTL-SDR. The RSP can tune to HF frequencies out of the box without an add on, has a higher top frequency of 2 GHz & doesn’t need a high end PC"
Click here to read this review
(January 2016) from Ham Radio Science
and this is in the context of it ranking as being....
One of the Best SDR Radios for 2015 and 2016 so far!
The SDRplay is highly recommended in the 2015-2016 Shortwave Radio Buyers Guide - see http://swling.com/blog/2015/12/the-swling-post-2015-2016-shortwave-radio-buyers-guide/
Why not take a test drive using SDR-Console? We have set up an RSP with an HF wire antenna in the UK which can be remotely accessed using SDR-Console. Follow the instructions on http://v2.sdrspace.com/ - the username is sdrplay and Password rsp.Click here for a video guide. If our RSP is busy then look for others called SDRplay - there are quite a few on there with a range of antennas ranging from Long wires to Discones.
If you have a particular question and you are OK with using facebook (apologies to those of you who hate it!), then a very active SDRplay user group is on https://www.facebook.com/groups/sdrplay/ - simply post your question and you will undoubtedly get unbiased answers from a variety of folks
Visit our YouTube channel by clicking here or simply Google SDRplay and select 'videos'
If you have had experience with the RSP we'd like to hear from you on our Community forum (just add 'New Topic' and tell us what you think!)