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$39.53
41. COBY AM/FM CD ALARM CLOCK RADIO
$18.31
42. OREGON SCIENTIFIC RMR602A Indoor/Outdoor
43. TIVOLI AUDIO M3CTPE Dual Alarm
$149.88
44. TIVOLI AUDIO KLOSS MODEL ONE AM/FM
$489.00
45. Lathem PayClock EZ TimeAttendance
Too low to display $109.00 list($149.99)
46. Sony ICF-SW40 Shortwave World
$49.99
47. TIVOLI AUDIO Companion Speaker
$24.99 list($31.99)
48. Sony CFM-30TW AM/FM Radio Cassette
$499.00
49. BOSTON ACOUSTICS MicroSystem CD
$39.88
50. OREGON SCIENTIFIC RRM968PA EXACTSET
$59.99 list($69.99)
51. Sony ICF-C773 AM/FM Clock Radio
$19.99 list($27.99)
52. Sony ICF-C492 AM/FM Large Display
$163.99
53. TEAC SL-D90T Nostalgia Clock Radio
$99.95
54. TIVOLI AUDIO KLOSS MODEL ONE AM/FM
$129.99
55. TIVOLI AUDIO PAL AM/FM Radio -
$99.99 list($149.99)
56. Teac SL-D80R CD / Radio, Red
$20.94
57. CONAIR TCR-200MS Clock Radio Telephone
$189.00
58. CAMBRIDGE SoundWorks Radio ? White
$44.97 list($59.99)
59. RCA RP3740 2-Alarm FM/AM CD Clock
$24.99
60. Sony Digital AM/FM Clock Radio

41. COBY AM/FM CD ALARM CLOCK RADIO WITH TELEPHONE CDRA185

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Asin: B0002IYQAU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Coby
Sales Rank: 3750
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Includes AC Adapter (USA Plug); Wall Mounting Bracket
  • Top Loading CD Player with Programmable Track Memory and Play/Pause, Search, Repeat Functions
  • AM/FM Stereo Radio with Big LED Digital Frequency Display, Dual Alarm Function, Snooze Function
  • Built-in Night Light
  • 70 Memory Caller ID Telephone, 3-language Operation, One-touch Call Back from Caller ID

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars So-So
I was satisfied with the purchase when I first got it. This clock/radio/CD player is slim and looks sophicated. I like how it's compact and not heavy to move around. The CD player works alright, but the sound quality of the radio is pretty poor. No matter how I turn the manual AM/FM tuning dial, I can't seem to turn to the radio station I want. Sometimes, there's a hiss sound, which can be annoying. I didn't have this product long enough to find out how the telephone works, because I'm returning it! ... Read more


42. OREGON SCIENTIFIC RMR602A Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer With Self-Setting Clock

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Asin: B00026733E
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 2456
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Features

  • Dual alarm settings
  • Large LCD screen displays indoor and outdoor temperature, as well as humidity
  • Outdoor temperature range from -25 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Remote sensor has up to 100 foot transmission range
  • Wall mount or desktop display options

43. TIVOLI AUDIO M3CTPE Dual Alarm Speaker for Model 3 Clock Radio ? Metallic Taupe

Asin: B0000TQ154
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Tivoli Audio
Sales Rank: 8738
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Features

  • Fine analog quartz clock mechanism provides accurate time keeping, and dual alarm capability
  • Includes easy to operate Alarm Set LED indicator
  • Wake to a pleasant beep tone
  • Elegant, hand crafted, furniture grade cherry wood cabinet
  • 5 minute snooze button

44. TIVOLI AUDIO KLOSS MODEL ONE AM/FM Table Radio ( Black Piano Gloss )

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Asin: B0003044KO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Tivoli Audio
Sales Rank: 25576
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Amazon.com Review

The Tivoli Model One has been praised far and wide for its high-quality sound, small size, and cool, retro styling. We got our hands on a sample unit and came away impressed, just as many others have. Anyone who wants a compact, stylish radio with surprisingly good sound should give the Model One a look.

Design
In many ways, the Model One is the culminating achievement of famed audio engineer Henry Kloss's long career. Designed from the ground up by Kloss, who passed away in 2002, the radio exudes understated class and elegant simplicity. We received the Platinum Series Model One, which features a hand-lacquered, high gloss dark walnut cabinet that is simply gorgeous. According to Tivoli, the genuine wood casing isn't just for looks as it provides "an acoustically inert housing" that maximizes the speaker's sound quality. At just over 8 inches wide, 4.5 inches high, and 5.25 inches deep, the Model One is about the size of a toaster turned on its side-- plenty small to fit on a desk, dresser, or nightstand.

The Model One's single rotary dial handles tuning for both AM and FM stations. It feels sturdy and smooth in the hand. The dial is designed to move between stations at a speed that is a bit slower than the speed at which the user turns the knob-- a 5 to 1 ratio, to be exact. This "ratio" dialing technique makes it far easier to tune stations accurately and quickly. It's a nice touch that sets the unit apart from other desktop radios.

The tuner band selection and volume dials are easy to control. Plus, they're well designed for hands of all sizes. A small LED power indicator, as well as an LED that helps determine signal strength, are positioned between the dials. We liked the light-colored face and dark lettering printed on the Platinum Series model we reviewed; it made for easy operation in dimly-lit rooms. The Model One's single, 3" driver is protected by a handsome metal speaker cover. Tivoli adds that the speaker is enhanced by a "multi-stage frequency contouring circuit that adjusts the speaker's output over half-octave increments." The result, Tivoli claims, is "musically accurate tonal balance and bass response."

The back of the unit features a coaxial antenna jack for the included FM antenna wire. While the Model One also has an internal FM antenna, Tivoli recommends using the supplied external one for tricky tuning in locales with a lot of stations crammed together. There's a handy switch for switching between the internal and external antennae. A standard 3.5mm headphone jack is also provided, as is a 3.5mm auxiliary line in port for plugging in your iPod or other music device. If you want to use the Model One as a component tuner-- not a bad idea given the overall quality and accuracy of the tuning circuitry-- Tivoli has provided a 3.5mm output port. The back panel also sports separate ports for AC and DC power, making the unit a great choice for boating or RV use.

Listening Pleasure
As with the Tivoli iPal portable speaker system, we were initially skeptical about the performance of a small, one-speaker unit that only offers monaural sound. The reality is that most small two-speaker systems don't allow you to place the speakers very far apart anyway, and the Model One's rich, resonant sound more than made up for its lack of true stereo separation. Plus, the Model One is a single, elegant box with no annoying speaker cords.

While the Model One isn't designed to provide earth-shattering sound at high volume, it produces surprising clarity and fullness at normal listening levels. When turned all the way up, the unit's rich sound persists and we suspect that Tivoli engineered the Model One's volume level to max out before any distortion arises. If you don't need a lot of volume, the Model One delivers. As with the iPal, we were left scratching our heads and wondering how such great sound could come from such a little box.

The Model One's tuning accuracy is also impressive; we were able to dial in stations we didn't even know existed. Tivoli says this is due to the unit's discrete-component FM tuner technology, which was originally developed for cellular telephones. Whatever Tivoli has done here, they did it right; closely-spaced stations are a breeze to tune.

Pros

  • Compact form factor
  • Excellent sound
  • Supremely accurate tuning
Cons
  • Not engineered to produce extremely high volume levels
... Read more

Features

  • Distinctively realistic monaural sound, using a single large, long throw driver in a ported design
  • Highly selective and sensitive tuner utilizes technologies from cellular telephony and and military encryption-decryption equipment
  • Built-in AM/FM antenna
  • External 75 Ohm antenna input
  • Auxiliary input for CD or MP3 use

45. Lathem PayClock EZ TimeAttendance System, Black

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Asin: B00006ICWZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lathem Time Company
Sales Rank: 41878
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46. Sony ICF-SW40 Shortwave World Band Receiver Radio
list price: $149.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00001ZUGW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 7794
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Sony ICF-SW40 World Band receiver radio lets you listen to a wide range of frequencies at home and abroad, including long wave and short wave frequencies up to 26,100 kHz. The world time travel clock radio with digital synthesized tuner lets you listen to a drift-free range of stereo radio stations, choosing from a wide variety of radio talk and music programming. Small and compact in design and weighing less than a pound, the Sony World Bandradio easily packs into your luggage or carryon bag.

The Sony World Band radio offers a wide range of listening options including long wave frequencies below the conventional AM band and short wave frequencies up to 26,100 kHz. You select the frequencies with a dial located on the side of the radio, which combines the style of traditional analog tuning with the accuracy of a synthesized tuner. One-kHz step tuning permits clear station reception, adjustable at 1 kHz intervals. Plus, you can quickly and easily return to your favorite stations with one of 20 presets you have saved in memory.

Among other benefits offered by the Sony World Band is a dual standby function which lets you set the built-in alarm to sound at two different times or wake you to two different radio stations. The LCD display shows either the time or the tuned-in station. It comes with antenna systems for LW/AM (built-in ferrite bar antenna) and SW/FM (telescoping antenna) and runs on three AA batteries. ... Read more

Features

  • AM (LW, MW, SW) and FM reception
  • Digital synthesized tuner
  • Easy dial tuning
  • 20 random preset stations
  • Tunes in 1-kHz steps

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Radio
It has absolutely no front end filters. All the noise existing around penetrates it. In the result, it receives noise, not signal. Strong chugging when you try to scan with the side tuning wheel.
Strangely enough, Sony takes off production decent world band models, but keeps making this kind of overpriced trash.
It would be a barely acceptable value at $30-$40, not at its current price. Buy instead incomparably better radios from Degen/Kaito, models 1102 and 1103. 1103 has an electronic needle scale blowing away that of SW40, and it is a competently engineered and very well finished radio. Its tuning works almost as smooth as that of an analog receiver. It also costs less than a half of SW40.

3-0 out of 5 stars Odd entry from Sony ...Not bad, nice tuner
Hello folks , its Vince the radioman . I have been a collector and buff for many years and I love to do compares . This is an odd radio . Its digital with an analog feel , not really . It has a very strange display window that is supposed to act like an analog dial . I find all the window data very hard to read. The radio's good points are that it is light weight and the Sony tuner is always the best part of the Sony radio product . The sound quality is only fair both from the built in speaker and the phones. There is no external antenna jack , for this price there should have been one. I find the controls a little overly sensative and the radio seems to have a mind of its own ( changes stations sometimes at will)....but , I will say again the tuner is very good . Buy it if you get a sale only!

5-0 out of 5 stars Very happy with this radio
All I wanted was a radio with good reception, no need for headphones, and preset channels so that I could listen to NPR and the Red Sox game at work. To my surprise, this was pretty difficult to find - it seemed that there was no happy medium between the lower end clock radio / walkmans and the mini boomboxes with CD players, tape recorders, etc attached to them. All I wanted was a radio that acted as nothing but a radio, but did it well.

Finally I found this item - exactly what I had in mind. I'm very happy with this product. I just wished that it had come with an AC adaptor included, instead of having to buy it separately.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good receiver, easy to use.
I've been using this receiver for a week and i find it very easy to use. I like the combination of the tuning knob and the digital readout. It's useful to have two standby modes, too. The reception is quite good for a radio this size and price. If you will be using it with an AC Adapter try to find the recommended one, otherwise you might have some noise in some frecuencies. Even if you didn't see it in the specifications in the web page, it also has a connection for headphones. Very good choice.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pleasant to Use SW/AM/FM Portable
The Sony SW-40 is a portable shortwave receiver that gives good performance for its price range and is, best of all, truly a pleasure to use. The PLL tuning system incorporates a tuning knob, a digital readout, and an analog tuning scale to show your position on the spectrum. This makes the radio very easy and pleasant to use, whether finding stations or just "browsing" the spectrum. The preset function has 20 station presets, and is also very easy and efficient to use, as are the night light, sleep timer, and dual radio/buzzer "alarm" timers. The radio is small and light enough to be a practical travel radio. The sound, from a 2 1/2" speaker, is good quality for a radio this size and weight. The only "drawbacks" are sensitivity slightly lower than some might like (clip on an external antenna for weak stations) and a tendency for very strong local stations to interfere with reception--drawbacks only overcome by significantly higher-priced radios anyway. For its price this is a best buy and a great radio. ... Read more


47. TIVOLI AUDIO Companion Speaker ? Cherry

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Asin: B0000E2XEH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Tivoli Audio
Sales Rank: 10366
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Features

  • Dimensions -4H x 8.375W x 5D
  • Weigh 2.5 pounds
  • Hand crafted furniture grade cherry wood cabinet

48. Sony CFM-30TW AM/FM Radio Cassette Recorder
list price: $31.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00006IS4E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 1289
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Convenient AM/FM/TV and weather band access
  • Compact portable design with a rugged case
  • Large tuning scale for easy tuning
  • Built-in microphone for making live recordings
  • Full-range speaker produces rich sound

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Little Radio
I read the previous post from the customer in New Jersey. I am unsure if the item was defective, but I can tell you, I am quite happy with my little portable radio. It serves its purpose and I dont have unrealistic expectations of it as if the item were a boom box type.

2-0 out of 5 stars Another lackluster and overpriced item from Sony
Cheap construction overall. The tuner dial doesnt line up with the stations. The AM/FM/TV switch doesnt line up correctly. The cassette door doesnt close completely. The sound is decent, but if you're in the market for a inexpensive portable radio, I'd look somewhere else. ... Read more


49. BOSTON ACOUSTICS MicroSystem CD Table Radio - Charcoal Finish

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Asin: B00078F22Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Boston Acoustics
Sales Rank: 58068
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The MicroSystem CD's surprising performance is made possible by Boston Acoustics' 25+ years of experience in designing and manufacturing high performance audio equipment. Every Boston Acoustics audio product produces The Boston SoundTM. What sets The Boston Sound apart is a pure neutral tonal balance from one end of the sonic spectrum to the other. The result is a rich, vibrant sound that lets you hear exactly what the artist had intended.The key to the system's sound is the Boston-designed wide-range drivers that are optimized specifically for the MicroSystem CD.The drivers are combined with an actively-equalized amplifier that that uses proprietary, patent-pending Boston BassTrac(r) circuitry for full, satisfying bass even at low volume. The result is a system that delivers smooth, natural response and room-filling sound that belies its small size. This outstanding audio performance is coupled with a highly sensitive AM/FM tuner with a 24 preset-station memory for clear, distortion-free reception.The MicroSystem CD also has two independent wake-up alarms. Either alarm can be set to music, beeper, or both. A large, easy-to-read LCD display clearly presents the station, clock, and alarm/sleep status, while a built-in sleep function lets the MicroSystem CD play for up to 60 minutes before turning off automatically. ... Read more

Features

  • Digitally-tuned AM/FM with up to 12 FM and 12 AM selectable presets
  • Slot-loading CD player with CD, MP3 WMA CD, and CD-R playback
  • Three auxiliary inputs, including a front-panel jack ideal for an iPod or MP3 player
  • Integrated stereo speakers with patented BassTrac full-range sound
  • Two easy-to-use alarms can be set to music, beeper, or both

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars This unit can replace your main stereo system!
I listened to this unit in a the audio store and was amazed. After hearing this I realized that I could replace my ten-year-old component stereo system with it. It sounds better than my component stereo, which was a pretty good system composed of a Yamaha tuner, a Samsung DVD/CD player and Paradigm Titan speakers. The MicroSystem CD hooked up to the DVD/CD player and to my TV. It has extraordinary bass so that I did not need to purchase a subwoofer for it. I'm very pleased with this unit. The price is less than a good component system and it takes up less space than a small amplifier. If you're looking for a fine radio/CD player for the bedroom or a new main stereo system you should definitely consider the MicroSystem CD.
... Read more


50. OREGON SCIENTIFIC RRM968PA EXACTSET ATOMIC PROJECTION ALARM CLOCK RADIO

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Asin: B00009NH3Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 656
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Features

  • Digitally-tuned AM/FM radio
  • 16 programmable station memories
  • Multifunction LCD screen
  • Time may be projected on wall or ceiling with up to 180-degree control
  • Sleep Timer and Alarm modes

51. Sony ICF-C773 AM/FM Clock Radio
list price: $69.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B0007QDGZI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 9754
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Amazon.com Product Description

Set the mood and wake up in style with the Sony ICF-C773 AM/FM Clock Radio. The illuminated sides offer a calming effect when you're tuning your circadian rhythms-- you can even set the illumination level to your liking. A sleek design makes a fashion statement, while the backlit LCD display makes it easy to tune your favorite station or set the alarm. Fifteen station presets make it easy to find your stations fast, while a dual alarm function lets you set multiple wake times. You can even extend your snooze time with the variable snooze setting, or use the nap timer when you want to catch some Z's during the day. ... Read more

Features

  • Adjustable display brightness
  • Illuminated sides add mood lighting and a light-enhanced alarm wake-up
  • Dual alarm settings, extendable snooze, nap timer
  • Wake to radio or buzzer alarm
  • 15 radio station presets

52. Sony ICF-C492 AM/FM Large Display Clock Radio
list price: $27.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0007QDGZ8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 4605
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Amazon.com Product Description

Want to wake up in style? Check out the Sony ICF-C492. With a jumbo LED clock display, variable brightness control, an AM/FM tuner-- and yes, a big honkin' snooze bar-- this little companion is sure to get you going in the morning. The space-saving design and sleek styling mean that it will fit where you need it, and look good all the while. The huge green LCD display makes it easy to tell time from any distance and the variable brightness control lets you adjust the display level. Wake up to your favorite station or to the buzz of an alarm. There's also a two-level alarm volume, plus dual alarm settings for separate wake-up times. ... Read more

Features

  • Adjustable display brightness
  • Jumbo LED clock display
  • Dual alarm settings, snooze bar
  • Wake to radio or buzzer alarm
  • Two-level alarm volume

53. TEAC SL-D90T Nostalgia Clock Radio with CD

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Asin: B00008HBYH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Teac
Sales Rank: 15217
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Features

  • Quartz PLL Synthesized AM/FM Stereo Tuner with up to 10 AM/10 FM Station memories
  • 20 Watts Total Power
  • Input for an Auxiliary audio device
  • Function Select - CD, AM, FM, AUX
  • ?Headphone Output and 2 built-in speakers

54. TIVOLI AUDIO KLOSS MODEL ONE AM/FM Table Radio ( White )

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Asin: B0000WM2LI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Tivoli Audio
Sales Rank: 9830
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Amazon.com Review

The Tivoli Model One has been praised far and wide for its high-quality sound, small size, and cool, retro styling. We got our hands on a sample unit and came away impressed, just as many others have. Anyone who wants a compact, stylish radio with surprisingly good sound should give the Model One a look.

Design
In many ways, the Model One is the culminating achievement of famed audio engineer Henry Kloss's long career. Designed from the ground up by Kloss, who passed away in 2002, the radio exudes understated class and elegant simplicity. We received the Platinum Series Model One, which features a hand-lacquered, high gloss dark walnut cabinet that is simply gorgeous. According to Tivoli, the genuine wood casing isn't just for looks as it provides "an acoustically inert housing" that maximizes the speaker's sound quality. At just over 8 inches wide, 4.5 inches high, and 5.25 inches deep, the Model One is about the size of a toaster turned on its side-- plenty small to fit on a desk, dresser, or nightstand.

The Model One's single rotary dial handles tuning for both AM and FM stations. It feels sturdy and smooth in the hand. The dial is designed to move between stations at a speed that is a bit slower than the speed at which the user turns the knob-- a 5 to 1 ratio, to be exact. This "ratio" dialing technique makes it far easier to tune stations accurately and quickly. It's a nice touch that sets the unit apart from other desktop radios.

The tuner band selection and volume dials are easy to control. Plus, they're well designed for hands of all sizes. A small LED power indicator, as well as an LED that helps determine signal strength, are positioned between the dials. We liked the light-colored face and dark lettering printed on the Platinum Series model we reviewed; it made for easy operation in dimly-lit rooms. The Model One's single, 3" driver is protected by a handsome metal speaker cover. Tivoli adds that the speaker is enhanced by a "multi-stage frequency contouring circuit that adjusts the speaker's output over half-octave increments." The result, Tivoli claims, is "musically accurate tonal balance and bass response."

The back of the unit features a coaxial antenna jack for the included FM antenna wire. While the Model One also has an internal FM antenna, Tivoli recommends using the supplied external one for tricky tuning in locales with a lot of stations crammed together. There's a handy switch for switching between the internal and external antennae. A standard 3.5mm headphone jack is also provided, as is a 3.5mm auxiliary line in port for plugging in your iPod or other music device. If you want to use the Model One as a component tuner-- not a bad idea given the overall quality and accuracy of the tuning circuitry-- Tivoli has provided a 3.5mm output port. The back panel also sports separate ports for AC and DC power, making the unit a great choice for boating or RV use.

Listening Pleasure
As with the Tivoli iPal portable speaker system, we were initially skeptical about the performance of a small, one-speaker unit that only offers monaural sound. The reality is that most small two-speaker systems don't allow you to place the speakers very far apart anyway, and the Model One's rich, resonant sound more than made up for its lack of true stereo separation. Plus, the Model One is a single, elegant box with no annoying speaker cords.

While the Model One isn't designed to provide earth-shattering sound at high volume, it produces surprising clarity and fullness at normal listening levels. When turned all the way up, the unit's rich sound persists and we suspect that Tivoli engineered the Model One's volume level to max out before any distortion arises. If you don't need a lot of volume, the Model One delivers. As with the iPal, we were left scratching our heads and wondering how such great sound could come from such a little box.

The Model One's tuning accuracy is also impressive; we were able to dial in stations we didn't even know existed. Tivoli says this is due to the unit's discrete-component FM tuner technology, which was originally developed for cellular telephones. Whatever Tivoli has done here, they did it right; closely-spaced stations are a breeze to tune.

Pros

  • Compact form factor
  • Excellent sound
  • Supremely accurate tuning
Cons
  • Not engineered to produce extremely high volume levels
... Read more

Features

  • Distinctively realistic monaural sound, using a single large, long throw driver in a ported design
  • Highly selective and sensitive tuner utilizes technologies from cellular telephony and and military encryption-decryption equipment
  • Built-in AM/FM antenna
  • External 75 Ohm antenna input
  • Auxiliary input for CD or MP3 use

55. TIVOLI AUDIO PAL AM/FM Radio - Pearl White

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Asin: B00006IS63
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Tivoli Audio
Sales Rank: 3074
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • AM & FM
  • Auxiliary Input for CD player, MP3 players, & more
  • Headphone Jack
  • Adjustable Telescoping FM Antenna
  • Built-in AM Antenna

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbeatable.
This little radio is simply amazing. I got it for motorcycle touring, where space is at a premium, so I could have tunes in hotels and campsites. The radio is tiny, the sound quality is just great. It's a little odd getting used to mono, but any further away than a few feet, the difference is not noticable. Combined with my iPod, this is pretty much the perfect sound system for travelling. It's pricey, but it's worth every penny.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb for distributing XM Satellite Radio in my house
First, I agree with the prior reviewers that the sound quality is almost unbelievably good for a unit this size.

I now own 27 (yes, 27!) of these, and use them to distribute XM throughout my house as follows: Delphi XM receiver to Sangean FM transmitter (from ccrane-dot-com) to Tivoli PAL. Prior to hearing the PAL, I wouldn't have thought a small monaural unit would provide acceptable sound in a small room; the PAL does.

The FM tuner had excellent sensitivity (ability to pick up weak stations), yet many radios do. What sets the PAL apart is its exceptional selectivity (ability to receive a realtively weak station that is wedged between two nearby, and stronger, stations).

And, for what its worth, when I dropped one into a swimming pool, it floated.

5-0 out of 5 stars the best gift for anyone at any age!
You could say between my fiance and myself we've started a collection of the PAL radios, we own three so far, a black, blue and yellow and I'm trying to decide between the Red or Green for my next purchase. These radios are fantastic and reliable and are great for gifts!
The size of this radio was what appealed to me but only after I had it at home and realized all the places it fit. the radio has such a small footprint that it fit in the corner of my bathtub, and sits on my windowsill while I wash dishes. My fiance has one that he leaves plugged in the wall which always keeps his battery fully recharged at all times. The reception has always been reliable on both AM and FM and I can always count on my PAL for the Red Sox games while in the yard with the dog.
I've given close to ten of these radios away within the last two years and everyone loves them! You get your choice between eight different colors which appeals to even the youngest recipient who was nine and was ecstatic about owning her very own RED "grown up radio" she took it outside with her often and her favorite station she listened to was Radio Disney. For convenience this radio can be ordered directly from www.tivoliaudio.com and will ship directly to the gift recipient if you choose. I can't say enough about these radios only that if you don't own one you're missing out!
Kudos Tivoli Audio!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Radio!
I received my PAL about two weeks ago. I got it to replace a portable radio in my office at work. The radio I had in the office needed the antenna fully extended and HAD to be in the window to pick up any variety of FM stations. The PAL can sit on my desk with its antenna stowed in the back and can pick up stations that the other radio could only get outside. The PAL sounds awesome as well.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Mini Marvel
Where to begin? This incredible portable radio has the cache of being designed and engineered by the late, great and legendary Henry Kloss. First it defies logic that a 2 1/2 inch speaker in a plastic coated, weatherproof, enclosure can sound so good. It does because of the large magnet and the fact it is not a cheap plastic/paper one. Tuning in stations is a breeze as the rotary dial is smooth and easy to operate. PAL has the best FM tuner in the industry - it will get about 50% more stations than any radio you currently own (unless it's a Tivoli). The AM section is also very good with the antenna built in. The telescoping FM antenna hides away nicely when not in use. You can get many FM stations with the antenna stowed away! Jacks on the back allow you to add an MP3 player or CD player as stated above. The built-in rechargeable battery can run for about 16 hours at moderate levels. It takes less than three to recharge it (AC adapter is included). Also by using the stereo headphone jack you'll be in for a pleasant surprise. If the FM station is broadcasting in stereo you'll hear it that way. Yes, even though the radio has a mono speaker, it has a stereo amp and tuner. Use the headphone jack to plug the PAL into your Hi-Fi system and you'll be amazed at how much better the FM stereo sounds. Tivoli does it again. A great product. ... Read more


56. Teac SL-D80R CD / Radio, Red
list price: $149.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00006L7U0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: TEAC
Sales Rank: 14776
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Features

  • Rotary analog stereo tuner
  • Rotary volume control
  • Function Select - CD, AM, FM
  • Headphone Output
  • Precision 3-beam laser pick-up

57. CONAIR TCR-200MS Clock Radio Telephone

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Asin: B00009V3ZA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: CONAIR
Sales Rank: 6765
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58. CAMBRIDGE SoundWorks Radio ? White

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Asin: B000094CCN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cambridge SoundWorks
Sales Rank: 8976
Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A sleek new look mirrors the SoundWorks Newton Series loudspeaker line
  • Two main speakers with actively equalized stereo amplifiers
  • Dedicated subwoofer driver with frequency contoured amplifier, for bass response no other table radio can touch!
  • Large backlit display panel with two 16-character lines makes setting one of two wake-up settings easy
  • Tuner supports display of RDS ( Radio Data Service ) from many FM stations

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars I Guess I Got a Problem Radio
I had to return my SoundWorks radio the day after Christmas for what was (hopefully) a problem with quality control and not the radio in general. There seemed to be a flaw in the speaker and I got serious distortion whenever certain notes were played. From all the other glowing reviews I've read, I must conclude a bad one slipped past, but at this price I feel no bad ones should get past. However . . .

I left this on my night stand for one night and discovered an issue that would be a major annoyance to me if I had kept the radio. The display automatically dims when the room goes dark, but if you have the alarm set, a very bright blue LED shines directly toward your face. Set both alarms and it gets very bright, indeed. Furthermore, the display light sensor is located between both LEDs, so they cause the display to brighten. If you like a dark bedroom, this may give you pause. (As an aside, I've had --and returned-- many clocks which lit up my bedroom like Times Square. Red LEDs don't do this, but they seem passe. All I can figure is engineers must sleep with the lights on.)

Otherwise, I found the controls and features to be excellent, and I especially like the rotating volume control. Overall, it seems like a good product, but the issues I've mentioned keep me from giving it more than three stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wave Goodbye to the Competition!
I've been itching for years to get the "famous" Bose Wave Radio. I waited and waited for the price to drop. It *never* has. So much for the prices of Tabletop radios being like computers! At any rate, rather than finding a discount Bose, I've found a radio more inexpensive than the Bose...and BETTER SOUNDING! The Cambridge Soundworks Model 730 BLOWS me away. It has incredibly rich sound, and the bass is literally AMAZING. Rather than using Acoustic Tubing wrapped around the inside of the case, Cambridge Soundworks has actually mounted a *Real* subwoofer inside of this radio. And it really does pack an extra punch! In addition, this radio has Radio Data System (RDS), a feature extremely (and unfortunately) RARE in the United States. People in Europe know and love RDS on their radios, why oh WHY more US Manufacturers don't support it is beyond me. It's a GREAT feature and would make you think you are using XM Radio with the Song Titles displayed for you...for free!

Cambridge Soundworks got it right, blowing away Bose and Tivoli. Seriously, save yourself $100 and get this radio. You'll enjoy the extra features and most certainly think your ears are deceiving you!

5-0 out of 5 stars SoundWorks radio
Very good radio for its price - the sound quality is as good as you can get from the radio of this size, the speaker configuration actually has a dedicated subwoofer (unlike the Bose Wave radio). The radio tuner sensitivity is also good - didn't have any problems tuning to all my favorite radio stations.
About the price: some reviewer below was wondering how come Cambridge SoundWorks can sell such wonderful radio for much less price than Bose Wave radio... That is simple: Bose is the only company that makes approximately 70% profit from each of their sold products, including Bose Wave radio. Cambridge SoundWorks, unlike Bose, makes a fair amount of profit (lower than 40% of the price of each sold product). This is why there's such a big difference in price (but not in quality... the quality of SoundWorks is actually better).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great radio!
I purchased this radio online as a blind item. I had wanted to buy a table radio for a long time, but not willing to pay the $$ that Bose wants for theirs. I have purchased several cambridge products over the years and knew they were a good company with great products, so when they came out with their new radio I didn't hesitate. This is one of the best purchases I've ever made! Really, don't waste your time with any of the others. Cambridge soundworks is the best. Great sound, great value. I never expected anything less from Cambridge.

5-0 out of 5 stars This radio sounds great and gets excellent reception.
I first heard Cambridge speakers at a friend's house, and they were rocking even though they didn't cost that much. When I heard they came out with a radio, I figured I'd check it out, especially since it was so much cheaper than the Bose. I'm really glad I gave it a shot. It sounds a *lot* better than my friend's Wave, and it gets great reception. I can actually get a station I used to listen to in my home town, that I haven't heard since I moved. It's awesome. ... Read more


59. RCA RP3740 2-Alarm FM/AM CD Clock Radio with Cube Design
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00008UVAJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 2020
Average Customer Review: 2.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Sleek and stylish, this compact RCA CD clock radio boasts plenty of features and full sound from its stereo 2.5-inch speakers. Setting your clock has never been easier: automatic time-set lets you simply plug the clock radio in and sit back while it automatically adjusts itself to the current Eastern Standard Time (EST). Simply flip a switch to select your time zone.

The RP3740 allows for two different alarm settings for two different users, each clearly indicated on the backlit LCD. No one likes to be woken early on a weekend, even to a favorite CD--that's why the unit offers weekend alarm cancel, with which you can program the unit with preset weekday alarms and automatically set them to turn off for the weekend.

The gentle Graduwake ramp-up alarm eases you into consciousness, while programmable snooze and sleep timers let you tailor your transitions to your needs. Last but not least, the unit offers battery backup for your settings, so you won't oversleep the morning after a power outage (two AA batteries not included).

What's in the Box
CD/radio, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • AM/FM dual-wake CD clock radio with digital tuning
  • Automatic time-set, wake to CD, radio, or buzzer
  • Individual wake time indicators, day-of-the-week indicators
  • Weekend alarm cancel function
  • Battery backup option preserves settings in the event of a power outage (2 AA batteries not included

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Does not work properly!
It's compact, looks good and sounds good (that's one star.) I have it for less than 30 days. However, the CD doesn't work now. The alarm doesn't work properly. Don't buy this junk!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for me.
I have an old Sony "Dream Machine" that needs replacing. I thought this RCA would do the trick. Wrong! The AM radio reception is the worst I have ever had in a radio. I live in San Diego so signal should be no issue. My Sony picks up LA stations with no problem. Also the sound is more like a tiny screach coming from a tin can. Another thing is that the little buttons are in the front. Try laying in bed and pushing one. The stupid thing has to be held with one hand while fumbleing with the buttons so it won't fall off my table. Back it goes and the search is on..

1-0 out of 5 stars sony fan
I also had trouble with the CD stopping in the middle of songs and not starting again. Also, sometimes, it wouldn't even start the CD. This happened and I exchanged the unit for another and it happened on the second unit as well. The digital tuning on the radio was terrible, too. I bought a Sony Psyc with an analog radio and I love it. Way better than this RCA which was more expensive than the Sony.

5-0 out of 5 stars no more irritating mornings
oh my god this alarm clock will change your mornings, no more being scared to death with each beep of a regular alarm clock. you can chose to wake up to your favorite song. but be worned the radio reception is bad, so if your buying it for the radio forget about it, but if your geting it for the cd alarm fetures then its the thing for you

4-0 out of 5 stars nice little radio
I got this radio for Christmas and it has performed really well.
CD Player:
The dual speakers are plenty loud enough and since they are situated on the sides, they actually create a stereo sound rather the the mono of most small players.
Alarm:
The dual alarm is a nice feature as is the automatic weekend cancel. I thought I would love the gradual wake since I hate being jolted out of bed by a shrieking alarm. Unfortunately the alarm starts out fairly loud and gets louder. The screen is well set up, displaying all the information about the alarms and settings without you having to push a button. It is nice to just glance at it to make sure the alarm is set right. It says it has a dimmer for the display which would have been nice but really it is just three settings: brighter, brightest, and off. It takes while to get used to the green glow. The LCD display is also difficult to read from a high or low angle. If it is placed more than a foot above or below your eye level, you will not be able to read it. I had to move it from my headboard to my nightstand. The display really should have been backlit instead of frontlit.
Radio:
I have had no problems with reception. It does as good or better than my Sony boombox. It is nice to have presets available on a little unit like this too.
Case:
The case is a bit bulky, but there are a lot of features packed in. The buttons are a little difficult to fumble with in the dark, but I quickly memorized their approximate locations. It might have been easier if they were not so close together and shaped the same. Also pushing the buttons on the front sometimes causes the entire unit to move so you need to use two hands.
Overall:
This is a nice unit with lots of features packed in for your money. If they were to fix the few minor design issues, I would give it a 5. ... Read more


60. Sony Digital AM/FM Clock Radio - ICFC263BLACK
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B0001M2FWS
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 16156
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Accurate, drift-free AM/FM digital tuner
  • 15-station presets
  • Dual alarm
  • Large green LCD display with brightness control

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Terrible Viewing Angle
Everything on the clock works exceptionaly, and the user interface is intuitive, making it difficult to misset the alarm and oversleep. However, the viewing angle on the LCD ends at about 20 degrees above horizontal making it completly worthless unless you put it on the floor or sleep standing up. It order to tell what time it is and not just see a complete wash of green I have to nearly get completly out of bed. Makes you long for the days when little pieces of plastic fell over revealing the next digit, and I wasn't even alive then! :D

1-0 out of 5 stars No Backup Battery
I have a love / hate relationship with this clock - I love the style, the sound, the presets - <br /> BUT -- IT HAS NO BATTERY to retain the time and the stations you've preset.<br /> So, if your power never goes out - it will be fine <br /> If you live in an area prone to outages, this is not the radio for you, unless you like redoing all the stuff

4-0 out of 5 stars Cool alarm clock from Sony
Those who are bothered by the light from regular alarm clocks will appreciate the cool illuminated display. The design is neat, it has the Sony quality and bottom line... the alarm works great!

2-0 out of 5 stars Can't see the display
I loved that the radio has 10 FM presets and 5 AM presets (no dial to fool with) BUT- what good is an alarm clock if you can't see the time?! You absolutely cannot see the display when this thing is across the room or even on your bedside table. You can only see the light, the digital display of the numbers is washed out. The only way you can see the time is to place the clock below your eye-level, which is ridiculous if your lying in bed- you should be able to see the clock at eye-level to you while you're in bed! Returned it- still looking for a good alarm clock... ... Read more


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