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1. H.H. Scott SPS1B-200 Powered Speaker
$329.80 list($549.99)
2. H.H. Scott SM201CF Executive Microsystem
list($299.99)
3. H.H. Scott SMV100 Wall-Mountable
list($49.99)
4. H.H. Scott SCR110 Atomic Clock
list($249.99)
5. H.H. Scott SM51TR Compact Stereo
$109.99 $69.99 list($149.99)
6. H.H. Scott MM2001 3.1 Computer

1. H.H. Scott SPS1B-200 Powered Speaker System with Carrying Case
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00004UF7M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: H.H. Scott
Sales Rank: 11589
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • All-purpose speaker system for use with a stereo TV, personal CD player, MP3 player, or any music system
  • Use with home computer as multimedia speaker system
  • Compact size for easy portability
  • AC cord and rechargeable batteries included
  • Five to eight hours battery life

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars wonderful
When I saw the low price for two speakers and a sub, I decided to do some research. Finally I was convinced to buy them. I hooked them up to my computer and the difference between these and the speakers that came with my computer is tremendous. The sub is really great, and the speakers, despite their size, are great. The instruction manual said that this system won the 1999 Design and Engineering Innovation Award, I can see why. Don't pay more unless you want surround sound, this system can hook up to any stereo or mono device (TV, VCR, CD player, etc.). A great buy!

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this product...
I have been using the SPS1 system for almost a year. I use it in my office connected to my computer. On the weekends I take it home and use it on the deck or we will take it on our boat. The sound justs blows me away. I can fill a good sized room with fantastic sound quality. This unit can be hooked to any piece of electronics, TV,CD,MP3 Player, Video Game or PC. The best feature besides the incrediable sound is that it has a built in rechargeable battery that will keep the sound going for 6 to 8 hours without AC power. The system comes with a heavy duty travel case that holds the wire, satellite speakers and even room for a portable CD player, which makes it perfect for outdoor use. We take it everywhere. ... Read more


2. H.H. Scott SM201CF Executive Microsystem
list price: $549.99
our price: $329.80
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Asin: B00005QXWL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: H.H. Scott
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Features

  • Special designed Vertical CD Mechanism
  • Large Size Liquid Crystal Multifunction display
  • High Tech looking Rack of metal & acrylic
  • Floor Standing Speaker
  • 2 x 25 RMS output

3. H.H. Scott SMV100 Wall-Mountable Executive Microsystem
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00004THDQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: H.H. Scott
Sales Rank: 39571
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

When style is as important as performance--and when performance is as important as style--the list of stereos to consider is very short indeed. Topping it, however, should be H.H. Scott's delightful little SMV100, which stimulates your eyes while spinning your tunes behind its motorized, transparent door.

The system includes a three-CD changer and a digital FM/AM tuner with 40 station presets. The CD player includes standard functions (repeat and random play, search, scan), and the unit's 40-track CD programming applies to songs from any or all of the three CDs, setting you up for hours of listening to carefully selected tunes.

The SMV100 offers three defeatable EQ presets (Rock, Classic, Pop) for tailoring the sound to your taste and environment. It also has a clock, which can be used as a timer when you want to fall asleep to music.

Its sleek design makes the unit suitable for any desktop and is perfect for mounting on a wall (a wall-mount template comes with it). Also included are a 32-key remote control and a headphone jack. ... Read more

Features

  • 3-disc vertical-loading CD player
  • 4 equalization presets (rock, classic, pop, and flat)
  • Wall mountable
  • CD repeat modes (track or disc)
  • Alarm clock with LCD screen

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great design!
This unit has a long list of features that are very useful and the fact that it can be wall mountable fit the bill perfect for me. The SMV 100 has great sound for the money. I love to watch the front panel open and close with a push of a button on the remote. Features I like the most: Digital tuning(40 preset), Random play on any of the 3 CD's, Clock and music sleep timer plus a ton of remote functions. This system would be great anywhere, especially in an office or bedroom.

2-0 out of 5 stars decent sound, but I returned it anyway
This little system has plenty going for it: unusual design, small size, and overall good sound quality for the price. The big disappointment was the noise generated by the movement of the disc player--in many cases, the whirring noises were louder than the music I wanted to listen to. Unless you plan on cranking the volume consistently, or all your music has a loud enough bass note to overpower the constant "whrrr" sound, you'll probably be happier with a less funky design that offers a little more insulation. A couple of additional notes--the pictures shown of the stereo have brightly colored circles on each of the three discs. These are cardboard shipping materials that pop out. Also, each disc area has a big red light under it, and a round green light in the middle. Kind of cool, but brighter than you might expect.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good looks, smooth sounds, funny quirks
This unit is a nice peice of equipment. It produces very good sound for its size. It has a very clean, finished look and operates very well. The plexi/plastic cover moves smoothly up to allow access to the cds. It also has a full function remote control. The backlit display is a bit difficult to read at some angles. My biggest issue with this unit is the cords. I purchased this as a wall-mounted unit, as advertised, and hoped this would be considered during design. The speakers are wired, not cordless, and the unit has no place for batteries, so a cord must be used for power as well. I think this unit is more well suited for a shelf rather than wall-mounting. ... Read more


4. H.H. Scott SCR110 Atomic Clock Radio
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00004TZDN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: H.H. Scott
Sales Rank: 16058
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Hands-On Review

H.H. Scott's stylish, compact, and affordable MagicSet AM/FMdual-alarm clock offers the ultimate in time keeping: perfect time, allthe time. Automatic time setting coupled with the unit's slender formmakes the SCR110 a perfect travel or bedside companion.

"Perfect time"? Yep. The SCR110's internal receiver decodes the U.S.Atomic Clock's radio signal and automatically sets the time for you--iteven automatically adjusts for time changes like daylight savings andleap year, as well as time-zone changes. And the time keeping ishyperaccurate: the U.S. Atomic Clock will neither gain nor lose a fullsecond across 20 million years. The MagicSet delivers this sameprecision.

Out of the box, this clock is a cinch to setup. You begin by setting itto receive the "atomic" signal from the Fort Collins in Boulder,Colorado. Once it's synchronized, you won't need to worry about settingthe clock again. The signal will calibrate the MagicSet throughout theday. Be aware, however, that reception of the radio signal is guaranteed only in the 48 continental states and southern Canada.

The MagicSet features a dual-alarm system that's easily programmed using its intuitive front panel controls. Each alarm offers settings for every day, weekday only, or weekend only. You can wake to the radio or to a graduated-tone alarm, which starts quietly and gets louder. You can also snooze for up to 60 minutes after your wake-up time and fall asleep to the radio with a sleep timer.

Along with the convenience of never having to set your clock again, theMagicSet features a time display that's easy to read, and a date display that shows the day of the week. Brightness controls let you adjust the level to high or low. Even on low, though, it tends to be bright.

With respect to audio, the MagicSet is simply a basic clock radio. Itstuner is analog AM/FM. There are no station presets. The MagicSetdoesn't include a CD player, cassette deck, or headphone jack. Thespeaker is monaural, but the sound is quite good.

Ultimately, the MagicSet is about precision timekeeping, and theconvenience of never again needing to set your clock, reset your clock,or wonder if it's on time. And it delivers, along with dual alarms and a great, at-a-glance display. --Heidi Wartelle

Pros:

  • You'll never have to set your clock again
  • Auto-adjusts for seasonal time changes
  • Dual alarms
  • Large, easy-to-read display

Cons:

  • No tuner presets
  • No CD player
  • Monaural sound
  • Slightly overbright display
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Features

  • Synchronizes with the U.S. atomic clock for perfect time, all the time (in continental U.S.)
  • Never set your clock again--automatically adjusts for seasonal and time zone changes
  • Dual alarms offer weekday-only, weekend-only settings
  • Wake, sleep, or snooze to radio or tone alarm
  • Easy-to-read displays for time, date, and day of the week

Reviews (25)

3-0 out of 5 stars Almost a winner
I like the controls and the layout. The clock is well designed and easy to use, which is unusual for one of these things. It's a solid little unit that picked up the atomic time in less than 5 minutes. So far, so good. The fatal problem is what others have noted: it is WAY too bright even on the dim setting. The thing should be called an atomic clock radio / night light. We compared it to two other alarm clocks and it had to be three times as bright as either of them. It literally lit up half a side of our king bed on the dim setting.

I mean, you create a nice design and layout, which seems like the hard part, and then you make an obvious goof on the display. Did anyone put this in a dark room before finalizing this thing for production?

5-0 out of 5 stars Great clock radio
I bought this item through a Gold Box offer since it was a better price than competing clock radios with similar features. After I took it out of the box, it took about five minutes to set up. (The manufacturer includes a quick start tag in case you don't want to read the manual) Here in Pittsburgh it takes about 2.5 days to sync with the atomic clock, but the manual warns that it can take up to 72 hours. Even before it was synchronized, the clock kept good time and operated perfectly. The dual alarms are great...they allow you to have weekday-only and weekend-only settings. The radio has decent quality sound for such a small device and it gets better reception than the stereo that sits in the same room. And, of course, the backup battery feature is a must when you live in an apartment builing like ours where it's questionable if the electricity will stay on after you go to work.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing!
This is the best alarm clock I have ever had! We live in the mountains and the self setting mechanism still worked within 10 minutes. Two alarms and more features than I ever dreamed of.

5-0 out of 5 stars love this device
Perfect time, also tells day of week, month and day. Compact with nice and easy to use controls.

1-0 out of 5 stars Clock fine, radio lousy
The clock itself works well. It did take till sometime during the middle of the night for the atomic time to connect (we set a backup alarm the first night). The idea of utilizing atomic time for an alarm is a fantastic idea, but why would Scott put such a lousy tuner in an atomic clock radio? Doesn't make sense to me. Granted, I live in a rural area, but I am able to receive both AM and FM stations from as far away as Fresno, some 50 miles away, on other radios in the house (including a small portable, battery-operated one), and we do have a local FM station. The tuner is so sensitive that I had to use both hands to steady the dial when trying to tune in a station. I am unable to receive one static-free AM station, and I eventually, very gingerly, dialed in two fairly clear FM stations (one Spanish-speaking from Fresno, one local), but neither stay tuned in overnight..by morning when the alarm goes off, nothing but static. A strange thing though...once, while trying to locate a station, I received a fairly clear one from SALT LAKE CITY....wow! I plan to return the product. ... Read more


5. H.H. Scott SM51TR Compact Stereo System
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00005QXWM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: H.H. Scott
Sales Rank: 29942
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 5 CD Front Load carousel Changer
  • Multifunction LCD Display
  • Dual Mechanical Cassette Deck w/hi speed dubbing
  • FM/AM Digital Synthesized Tuner
  • Full Size Turntable

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars pretty good
I bought this for my apartment 2 weeks ago and it has been satisfactory. here are some pro's and cons for the H.H scott

pros: good cd playing capability, turntable has good begginer features, nice speakers,5 cd capabilities

cons:too simple, tape quality could be better

if you are a wannabe DJ buy this t-table ... Read more


6. H.H. Scott MM2001 3.1 Computer Speakers (4-Speaker, White)
list price: $149.99
our price: $109.99
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Asin: B00005AR7F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: H.H. Scott
Sales Rank: 40086
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The H.H. Scott MM2001 multimedia speakers deliver accurate sound with very little distortion. This system features a four-speaker configuration, including two front satellites, a single rear satellite, and a 4-inch subwoofer. The subwoofer and front satellites are magnetically shielded for distortion-free placement near monitors and video devices.

The MM2001 has a total system power of 40 watts, 20 watts total for the two satellites and rear speaker and 20 watts for the subwoofer. Proprietary Dual Drive design and CinemaSurround enhancement technology serve create a three-dimensional sound field around the user. The 3-inch rear/surround speaker is contained in a low-profile encloser that is easy to disguise and has its own adjustable volume control to ensure proper sound level in any room. ... Read more

Features

  • 4-speaker setup includes two front satellites, one rear/surround speaker, and a 4-inch subwoofer
  • 40-watts RMS output power with less than 1% total harmonic distortion
  • Wired remote control for access to volume, bass boost, and CinemaSurround effects
  • Dual Drive design in satellites creates a three dimensional sound field
  • Rear speaker enhances ambience and realism in music and sound effects

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Sounds
I have been using this Speaker System from H.H. Scott on my computer for the last 6 months at my office. I have been very impressed with the sound quality and have recommended it to several co-workers. The only problem I have is that I paid $249.99 for it. ... It is one heck of a sound system and one heck of a good buy. I may even buy one for my home next. ... Read more


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