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$19.88 list($25.00)
61. HoMedics SS-400B Natural Sounds
$129.95
62. TEAC SL-D88 Clock Radio and CD
$130.16
63. Pyramid Electric Time Recorder,
$12.99
64. Am/fm Digital Clock Radio
$99.99 $79.95 list($119.99)
65. GE 75290 Spacemaker CD/FM/AM Player
$19.99
66. Emerson Research Dual-Alarm AM/FM
$29.99 list($39.99)
67. HH Scott SCR120 E-Z Set TM Clock
Too low to display list($39.99)
68. Eton FR100 Blackout Buddy with
69. Atomix(R) Radio-Controlled LCD
$499.00
70. BOSTON ACOUSTICS MicroSystem CD
Too low to display $62.00 list($129.99)
71. Sony ICF-SW12 Shortwave World
72. Memorex AM/FM Clock Radio with
$11.75 list($29.95)
73. Oregon Scientific Widescreen Nightfinder
list($249.99)
74. Teac SL-D90R CD / Clock Radio
$40.00
75. CASIO PQ15-1K Travel Alarm Clock
$69.99
76. Conair Clock Radio and Phone with
list($98.99)
77. Timex T601G Nature Sounds Clock
78. CASIO PQ13-1K Digital Travel Clock
$149.99
79. Panasonic SC-AK320 5 CD Mini System
list($99.99)
80. GE 74292 Spacemaker Radio/CD Player

61. HoMedics SS-400B Natural Sounds Spa Clock Radio
list price: $25.00
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Asin: B000050FF2
Catlog: Health and Beauty
Manufacturer: HoMedics
Sales Rank: 343
Average Customer Review: 2.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Fall gently asleep or awaken to one of six programmed sounds with thislightweight, compact AM/FM clock radio. The natural, soothing sound options arewind, ocean surf, waterfall, night sounds, brook, and steady rainfall. Inaddition to the natural sounds, you can wake up to a buzzer or the radio itself.Powered by three AAA batteries (included) or plugged into a wall socket with anAC adapter (also included), the radio provides powerful sound either lying flator propped up on its removable stand. There's a big snooze button on the front,an LCD clock, and a headphone jack. The radio measures 6 by 7 inches and carriesa two-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • 2-year warranty against defects
  • Six natural sounds: wind, brook, night, rain, fall, ocean
  • AM/FM clock radio with large LCD display
  • Wake to: soothing sound, radio or beep tone
  • Uses AC adapter or AA batteries (not included)

Reviews (42)

3-0 out of 5 stars Compact but not for traveling
This clock radio has the expected features:snooze button, wake to alarm,to music,to sound of choice,timer to fall asleep to music or to sound. The sounds quality is not good; fair to poor. I like rain and ocean best. Radio quality is good on am and fm; I like the telescoping antenna which gives the compact unit a feel like a radio-remote control device. There is a removable piece on the back so unit can stand upright or lie flat. Only the clock will run on battery so the power cord is needed for radio and sound making the total weight impractical for an overnight bag. There is an area for AA batteries, but no mention in the literature as to why. Instructions are for AAA batteries and power cord only.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!!
I've had this machine for 4 years now...I've been looking for another one for my 9 yr old because he likes mine so much! I'm so glad I found this!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Child finally sleeps
I purchased this machine last year for myself. I ended up using it for my then 2 year old. She would wake up all night for no apparant reason. I tried the sound machine in her room and she has not had a restless night since! Even when she is sick, she sleeps great and if I forget to turn it on she reminds me.It has been a real blessing for us because when she's up, everyone is up!

1-0 out of 5 stars Causes lack of sleep
The rain button on my machine was the alarm. All it did was beep. It had two ocean sounds. It made loud staticky noises every few minutes, so I would dose off and the static noise would wake me up.

1-0 out of 5 stars Lousy sound
This is the worst-sounding 'sound machine' I've ever heard. It sounds like static in a tin can. Avoid it. ... Read more


62. TEAC SL-D88 Clock Radio and CD Player

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Asin: B00029MKOS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Teac
Sales Rank: 949
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Features

  • Multi-mode CD Player with up to 20 track programmability
  • Rotary illuminated AM/FM radio tuner with built-in 4-Digit LED screen for clock display
  • Dgital Clock, Sleep Timer. Timer-on and Snooze modes
  • Headphone Jack
  • 120V 60Hz AC powered

63. Pyramid Electric Time Recorder, White/Black

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Asin: B00006IBFP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pyramid Technologies Inc
Sales Rank: 32277
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64. Am/fm Digital Clock Radio

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Asin: B0002J1M88
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: GPX
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65. GE 75290 Spacemaker CD/FM/AM Player with Built-in Subwoofer (White)
list price: $119.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B000051SEK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: General Electric
Sales Rank: 1634
Average Customer Review: 2.93 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

General Electric's high-performance Spacemaker CD/radio player features an AM/FM tuner, dual 3-inch speakers, a subwoofer for enhanced low frequencies, and bass-boost equalization circuitry. It also sports a three-position counter light, which can illuminate surfaces or serve as a night-light. The Spacemaker player comes with a remote control to make changing stations, volume, or CD tracks easy to maneuver while working on the opposite side of the kitchen. The digital clock has an alarm and a timer. The Spacemaker CD/radio player, like other GE Spacemaker's, is designed to fit snuggly under a counter, keeping it out of the way so you can concentrate on more important chores.

Everything you need to install the Spacemaker is included, as is a 40-watt long-life light bulb. It also comes with cord-wrap hooks for storing excess power cord.

A one-year warranty covers all parts and labor.

What's in the Box
GE 75290 Spacemaker stereo CD player, light bulb, mounting hardware, user's manual, installation template and safety instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • Mounts easily under cabinet to save space
  • CD player and AM/FM tuner with remote control
  • 3-inch stereo speakers deliver 750 milliwatts per channel
  • Built-in subwoofer and variable bass control enrich audio output
  • Convenient built-in light with 3 settings; digital clock with timer and alarm

Reviews (28)

3-0 out of 5 stars Best you can get to save space - but lacking still...
The good: digital tuning, decent sound (not great, but good) for the size, doesn't take up a lot of space. The bad: listen to the other reviews about reception - I can't get an FM station on this device that I can with every other radio (including my car) I use in the house - and I am only about 10 miles from the transmitter. Most stations come in just fine, but if you are at all concerned about an iffy station, you will probably not get it on this device. Last complaint - no volume indicator and the machine resets volume to low level every time you turn it off, so you have to hold the button and wait to get the volume you like everytime you turn it on. The ugly: no one else is making a comparable product. If you want to save space in the kitchen, for now this is the way to go. Anyone reading these reviews who has some money to invest - go find someone to build a *quality* space saver CD player! GE, are you reading this? Can you *show* us the volume level and leave them in memory, and do something about the reception?

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible Radio
Wished I had read reviews 1st. Absolutlely terrible radio reception. I also get loud whooshing sound in background of fm stations, and can receive almost no am stations. Remote has never worked. Technical or customer assistance from GE is nonexistent. Only function that works is CD player.

4-0 out of 5 stars Enjoying my new Spacemaker...
We are out in the country and while, I cannot pick up all the radio stations, it's not necessarily because of the Spacemaker. I can't get some stations with my huge stereo system.

It was easy to install, and perfect for listening to music while you fix dinner. It's not going to be a BOOM BOX that will fill the whole house. Just enough for the kitchen. It looks nice too. All in all, a good buy and it was a wonderful mother's day gift.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works good for me!
I received mine as a gift, wasn't really in the market for one. I looked at the reviews listed and thought this might be a bummer, but I installed it anyway. I sure can't agree with the other reviewers, mine sounds great! (for what it is) I was rather shocked to be able to pick up just about any station I wanted, AM or FM. I'm pleased, nice little unit with a 40watt counter light. Couldn't ask for more.

2-0 out of 5 stars CD is Good, but noise maker occasionally picks up FM signals
My wife has been asking for a kitchen radio for the last month or two. So I searched through ... to see what was available. This one was, it seemed, the better of the bunch listed. Although all three listed had several unhappy reviews. So I thought I would look around some more before purchasing. By chance, I happened to see this model in my local Warehouse store. I stared at it and I thought 'I could just bring it back if the reception is really that bad'. ...

The reception:
I listened to the reception before installing it. It was really bad'It was really bad' did I mention it was really bad? To give you an idea, I live on Long Island NY, radio stations are everywhere, and close. I couldn't get reception of some of the most popular stations that broadcast to the entire island. Other channels came in better one stop away on the dial (i.e. 98.7 comes in pretty good at 98.5, but is just white noise at 98.7). Additionally, the unit picked up some channels from CT across the Long Island Sound, which is not unusual, I would just expect to get the station five miles away before the one 50 miles across the water. And no it is not hilly 'round here.
One caveat; The reception got a little better after install. This is due to the power cord acting as an antenna when it is bent at a 90-degree angle. I stress, a 'little bit' better.

The remote:
The remote works great from as much as a 20' away, and from the side of the unit too.

The overall sound:
The sound is good for a small package. You must keep in mind it is a 'little radio' not a boom box, it's sound is acceptable for a such a small enclosure.

The verdict: The jury is still out. I am now actively looking for a replacement. If I find one soon, I will return this in a heart beat. But, my wife intends to use the CD mostly and likes the idea of the additional night light. I'll give it a few days and see if she changes her mind' ... Read more


66. Emerson Research Dual-Alarm AM/FM Clock Radio with SmartSet Automatic Time Setting System – CKS3029
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B0002DG130
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 2717
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Features

  • Dual-alarm clock with AM/FM radio
  • SmartSet automatic time setting system
  • Dual alarms that can be set and used independently
  • Large, easy-to-read LED clock display
  • Wide-range 2.5" dynamic speaker

67. HH Scott SCR120 E-Z Set TM Clock Radio (Silver Metallic)
list price: $39.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004U8R5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: HH Scott
Sales Rank: 9150
Average Customer Review: 3.57 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The E-Z Set clock radio could just as well be called the "Never-Set." That's because its built-in computer chip will automatically update all time changes for nearly a century. Plug it in and the E-Z Set instantaneously adjusts to the correct year, month, date, day, and time. The only thing you have to set is your time zone. After that, all your settings are held, even if the AC power source is interrupted.

This unit has a nice look, manageable size, and a great display that includes a dimmer with high/low settings. At a glance you'll know the time, date, and weekday. Since the E-Z Set self-adjusts for Daylight Savings and leap year, you'll never wake again wondering what the day, date, or time is.

Dual independent alarms offer flexible wake options. For each alarm, you can choose from weekday, weekend, or everyday wake modes, as well as radio or buzzer alarm options. The E-Z Set's snooze lets you slumber in nine-minute increments for up to an hour, and its snooze bar is easy to access. Another handy feature is the programmable sleep timer. Set to your preference (up to 90 minutes) and drift to sleep to the built-in radio.

The AM/FM tuner includes a one-touch on/off button, tuning scale, band selector, and thumbwheel controls for tuning and volume. It has one speaker, positioned at the back, with monaural output. This unit is primarily a clock radio--don't expect high-fidelity speaker performance here.

H.H. Scott designed the E-Z Set with an eye for ease, and indeed, most programming buttons are intuitive and accessible. One exception is the dual alarms' selector switch, which we found awkward to use and poorly spaced. Additionally, the sleep timer button could be larger.

Despite these quibbles, however, this clock radio is notable for its ease of use--you shouldn't find yourself reaching for the user's guide very often.

To complete the package, the E-Z Set comes with a great power-failure system that relies on and includes a 3-volt lithium battery, which should last from three to five years. And, as added backup, you can always manually set the clock. H.H. Scott includes a limited one-year parts and labor warranty. --Heidi Wartelle

Pros:

  • Always on time and self-adjusts for Daylight Savings and leap year
  • Informative display; time, date, and weekday are available at a glance
  • Dual alarms offer flexible weekday, weekend, or daily setting options

Cons:

  • Alarm selector switch is awkward to use and spaced too closely to other buttons
  • Sleep timer is almost indistinguishable from other programming buttons
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Features

  • E-Z Set chip set features automatic setting of the time, day, date and month.
  • Automatically adjusts for daylight savings time
  • Alarm can be set for weekday only, weekend only, or everyday settings
  • Separate displays for time, date and day of the week
  • Stylish aluminum and silver metallic finish

Reviews (23)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Clock
If you live where poweroutages are a common occurance, you will love this clock. From the first moment you plug it in, it knows what time it is. It has flexible alarm settings and is easy to set. The only thing that keeps me from giving this product a 5 star rating is the size and placement of the alarm activiation switches. Not a big deal, but seem a little hard to operate. As for the radio... it is what you would expect from a 1 inch speaker... not a lot of bass, but I didn't buy this clock for high quality audio... I bought it as an alarm clock. Overall, it is a great product and does a far superior job to keeping and displaying the time than to any other clock radio I have owned.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Alarm Clock!
If you're just looking for a great alarm clock, this is it! The time automatically sets as soon as it's plugged in. The function buttons are easy to use & not too small. Thankfully, the clock is smaller than it appears in the photo, it's trim & neat. The sound is clear & strong. I like the added feature of weekday/weekend alarm, I never have to turn it off. My one concern was that I like to set my clock a few minutes fast, but no problem, not only could I manually adjust the time, but when I unplugged the clock it not only had the correct time when I replugged it, it also kept the time I had adjusted it to. After you hit the snooze button the alarm light blinks to let you know that the alarm is still active and will be going off again in 9 or 10 minutes. I was searching for an alarm clock for a while, this one makes me very happy.

3-0 out of 5 stars Perfect... for awhile
I loved how this clock would automatically reset it's time AND alarms after a power failure. It was also easy to change time zones so you could bring it on vacation with you.

After about three years (I think, maybe less,) it just lost power. I had to hit the dresser it was set upon and then it would kick back on and reset it's time. Not very reliable anymore... I've since tossed it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't count on good radio!
The Auto time is great and I would recommend it if you use the beeper to wake you. My Sister bought it and is returning it because 1. It's not purple like in the picture (it's blue). and 2. Because the radio reception is poor.

5-0 out of 5 stars I can't believe it!
This alarm clock does it all, its idiot proof and that's why I LOVE it. You don't have to think at all to use it successfully. its AWESOME. It will keep perfect time even counting leap-years for longer than I'll live. And the sound quality on the FM radio is excellent. I HIGHLY recommend this product. Its AWESOME! ... Read more


68. Eton FR100 Blackout Buddy with Power Failure Light and AM / FM Radio, Silver
list price: $39.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000255ICI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 695
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Amazon.com Product Description

This combination emergency flashlight and AM/FM radio plugs right into your wall at home and provides essential light and information during blackout times. If you leave it plugged in, the FR100’s built-in LED light automatically turns on when the electricity goes out. Its rechargeable battery provides enough power for 4-8 hours of emergency AM/FM radio, and its light can operate for 12-16 hours on a single charge. The FR100 also serves as a fine everyday plug-in radio and light for any room in your home or office. A pair of headphones are included with the radio, and the headphone jack also serves as an FM antenna input to connect an external antenna for improved radio reception.

What's in the Box
Radio, stereo headphones, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • Super-Bright LED Light provides illumination when you need it most
  • On/Off Switch allows you conserve power when you need to - AC Plug goes into any standard outlet to charge & standby
  • AM/FM Radio helps you stay in tune with breaking news and receive important local radio broadcasts
  • Alarm Feature wakes you up when you want (with or without power)
  • Illuminated Multi-Function LCD Screen glows a soft blue when plugged in, serving as a night light

69. Atomix(R) Radio-Controlled LCD Wall Clock, 10 1/2"H x 9 1/2"W x 1"D, Silver

Asin: B00006IBIL
Catlog: Furniture
Manufacturer: Chaney Instruments
Sales Rank: 450
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70. BOSTON ACOUSTICS MicroSystem CD Table Radio - Polar White

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Asin: B00078F226
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Boston Acoustics
Sales Rank: 70022
Average Customer Review: 4.0 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 (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Superb design, tame audio
I bought this since I wanted audiophile sound and didn't have a lot of room in the bedroom.Also the unit had other good features: strong FM reception, alarm clock, MP3 capability.

I ordered the black one, but got the white one instead.Turned out that was a good mistake, the white one looks less geeky, and has scores higher on the wife-approval factor.

The unit is exceptionally well thought out, very simple, intuitive controls, things just work as you would expect.All details are very tastefully done, in stark contrasts to the monstrosities that I see in this category.The instruction booklet is very thin, but without missing anything.I wish all products were designed this way.

OK, so why 3 stars in the rating?Simple: in spite of all this, I returned the item, eating the shipping charge I paid.It simply didn't sound upto the level of what I would expect from a 500 dollar system.Its somewhat better than a boombox, but can't hold a candle to a decent shelf system (I have 500 dollar Spica TC-50 speakers, you can't even begin to compare the sound).The bass is good, probably the best part.

Ended up buying a Panasonic SC-PM19 instead.Not as stylish, but sounds better (you have to turn the equalizer completely off to get decent, natural sound), and no alarm clock.But it compensates by giving MP3/CD changer and a cassette deck.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable sound from a tiny unit
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


71. Sony ICF-SW12 Shortwave World Band Receiver Travel Radio
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00001ZVIW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 7176
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Sony ICF-SW12 World Band Receiver travel radio is an 11-band worldtime travel clock radio with digital display which lets you listen to aworldwide range of radio frequencies at home and abroad, including FM, AM (MW),and shortwave bands one through nine. With its small and lightweight design(just 8.19 ounces, with batteries), the Sony World Band Receiver travel radiowith a folding cover is easy to pack into your luggage or to carry onboard.

While perfect for use at home, the ICF-SW12 is loaded with advantagesfor the traveler. It features a universal time coordinator with built-in LCDlight, which lets you set into memory the current local times of major citiesaround the world and the time difference between your location and any other.There's also an alarm with a snooze feature.

An earphone jack is included fordiscreet listening and for improving sound clarity under loud conditions. Expectabout 35 hours of operation from the two AA batteries required to power thisradio, and an included long-life lithium battery ensures continuous clockmovement. Its antennas include a built-in ferrite bar for AM (MW) and atelescopic antenna for FM and shortwave. A shortwave guidebook is included. ... Read more

Features

  • AM/FM and shortwave world-time travel clock radio
  • 11-band travel radio (AM, FM, SW 1-9)
  • LED tuning indicator
  • Built-in alarm with snooze button
  • Compact design and protective lid

Reviews (6)

2-0 out of 5 stars An Alarm Clock that also has Shortwave -not a "radio"
I've been a radio buff for many years have a large collection and love to do compares . This unit is an Alarm Clock , not truley a "radio" . And the alarm does NOT interact with the radio, its analog ,therefore it cannot turn the radio on as an alarm . Buzzer only! It does not have a DC adaptor jack . It must run on batteries only. It has an earphone jack .No FM Stereo. If you plug headphones in you will only hear it out of one side . Sony could have easily put a mono adaptor inline so you would hear it through both and should have for the price . The tuner like many Sony products has very good sensativity . But , the controls are so small you need the hands of a brain surgeon to fine tune it . If I was travelling and intended on DXing I would NOT depend on this alarm clock . If you want to listen to SW or DX the broadcast band , buy a real radio . If you want a travel alarm clock , buy one that interacts with the radio . At this price this unit is certainly NOT WORTH IT ! I give two stars instead of one because the tuner is pretty decent , however , pass it by !

3-0 out of 5 stars Cute and light, but...
This short wave radio also comes with a built in alarm clock. The problem is that it stopped working all of a sudden after just a year. The warranty only lasts for 90 days and Sony will repair it, but the repairs cost more than the radio!

5-0 out of 5 stars steady global travel companion
This radio has been a steady companion in my travels to remote areas of Africa and SE Asia during the past 3-4 years. The top portion of the antenna snapped off after 2 years of frequent usage, but this hasn't affected reception significantly. My only wish would be to have a volume control on the alarm, and stereo reception in earphones - to block out bush/jungle noises!

3-0 out of 5 stars limited but functional
No external antenna jack, which for SWL is to be expected. No LCD digital tuning (has analog slide-rule dial), which is necessary for pin-point SWL international broadcasts and domestic (North America or your continent) DX listening to AM or MW stations. The technical data page does not specify the sensitivity. Should you manage to get a hold of the Sony SW1 (mfr discontinued) DO get that instead: just as compact AND is indeed all-digital. SW1 was sold as a kit, so see to it that what you get is as complete as possible. Regarding HOME use, should you wish to upgrade, find a multi-band with VERNIER dial connected to PLL digital: you'll be able to TWIST one dial with minimum effort and get the same results as with a KEYPAD/touch dial. No analog!

5-0 out of 5 stars A real JEWEL among small World Band Receivers!
I live in Caracas, Venezuela. And it's impressive the amount of stations this little thing can pick up. The speaker sounds so clear and SO STRONG, that it easily reminds you of one of those wonderful BOSE speakers. The design is perfect for travel, but is also neat around the house, or at any of your normal everyday enviroments. The band selector is really easy to manage. The only important thing is to remember to also use it to turn off the radio ('cause the OFF switch is integrated to this band selector). The LCD screen offers an instant view of the time of day at any of the listed big cities. The construction is solid. It has Sony quality, which, of course, means optimal sound, highly usable features, and friendly operativity. I love it. I use it everyday to hear nice and strong FM music when I'm taking a shower (I put it over the WC tank) (and no, the running water sounds cannot drawn it's strong sound). And before I go to sleep I take it to my bed, using the nice "one ear only" earphone that comes as an accesory, and I can go to sleep pretty well informed with details from all over the world, and without bothering my wife. It's a little audio jewel from Sony. Get one for you!
You really won't regret it, I promise!. Carlos Sicilia, Caracas, Venezuela. ... Read more


72. Memorex AM/FM Clock Radio with CD Player (MC2842)

Asin: B0000C7B1Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memcorp
Sales Rank: 32063
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73. Oregon Scientific Widescreen Nightfinder Travel Alarm Clock, Silver
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00006J039
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 4680
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Quartz wide screen travel clock with Nightfinder HiGlo electro-luminescence screen backlight with NightFinder Crescendo alarm with snooze function Fold-over protective travel cover also functions as a stand 4 1/4W x 3H x 1/2DIncludes 2 AAA batteriesShipping package dimensions: 8.13x1.38x4.75 (len x wid x dep) ... Read more

Features

  • Nightfinder function for dark hotel rooms illuminates every few seconds
  • Displays current time and alarm time simultaneously in large format
  • Alarm begins beeping gently, then builds in intensity
  • Hinged cover protects clock for travel, acts as table stand
  • 8-minute snooze function

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not silver, its BLACK
I ordered this hoping to get a sleek silver one as advertised.Instead they sent me a black one....its also made in china and the quality is poor.Now ill look like an idiot giving this as a christmas gift.....great;( ... Read more


74. Teac SL-D90R CD / Clock Radio with Remote (Red)
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00008IXFW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: TEAC
Sales Rank: 17126
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Relive days gone by with Teac's SL-D90 series of CD clock radios, available in white, black, turquoise or red. The retro styling is reminiscent of a 1950s diner, or a classic Ford Thunderbird. Although the SL-D90 might look like it can only play the oldies, it's got technology inside that's in tune with today. The top-loading CD player is compatible with music CDs as well as your CD-R or CD-RW discs. In addition to sporting repeat, intro scan and shuffle functions, you can program up to 20 tracks to play in the order you choose. The digital quartz PLL synthesized AM/FM stereo tuner supports 10 FM and 10 AM station presets. The two speakers are powered by 20 watts of total power. There's also a built-in 3-inch subwoofer that features its own independent volume control knob. The main volume knob is motorized-- something that's very handy when you want to adjust the volume with the included remote control. There's even a headphone jack for when you want to listen in private. An auxiliary line-in jack lets you plug in an external device like an MP3 jukebox. Finally, the SL-D90 is a fully functional alarm clock with timer, sleep and snooze functions.

What's in the Box
SL-D90 CD clock radio, remote control, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • Retro on the outside, modern on the inside; there's even a remote!
  • Digital AM/FM stereo tuner with up to 10 AM and 10 FM station memories
  • CD player with support for CD-R/RW discs
  • 20 watts total power for 2 built-in speakers and subwoofer
  • Headphone jack, input for an auxiliary audio device

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Looks great and that's about it...
Loved the look of this radio and it looks great in my art deco-inspired home office. However, the CD player almost IMMEDIATELY stopped working. The buttons are hard to push and sometimes have to be pushed a couple of times before they work. The printing on the buttons is small and hard to read. The volume button is awkward to use. All in all, I would never buy this radio again. It looks great, and that's about it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Packs a solid punch in a small package
I bought one of these for my workshop recently, and I'm very pleased with the purchase. No, it's not a Bose Wave or Cambridge SoundWorks table radio, but for the money it gets a lot closer to those well-regarded units than anyone has a right to expect. The 50's art deco styling is a nice touch, an eye-catching change from typical high-tech sterility.

The first thing you notice about the unit is it's weight; it has a hefty, substantive mass for it's size, and it's evident that any resonances will be well-damped. On the underside is a downward-firing 3" subwoofer. On the back are a coax jack for the FM antenna, left and right RCA jacks for aux input and a dial to adjust the subwoofer output. A 1/8" headphone jack is on the left side, and the CD transport is on top along with a snooze bar. A digital display is centrally mounted on the front; above it are three buttons to choose from CD, aux or tuner functions. Below the display are the CD controls, and on either side of the display are three (six total) small buttons that control timer/sleep functions, repeat and shuffle modes, tuner presets, AM or FM band, memory and clock adjustments. At the bottom center of the unit is a lighted power button flanked by the volume and tuning controls. Looking like something off of a '52 Studebaker, these chrome knobs are electronic rocker switches rather than mechanical dials. Volume is adjusted in 2-dB steps from 0 to 80 dB. A full-featured remote in matching color is included.

While it won't make you forget your audio system or home theater, this little stereo from Teac is more than adequate for casual listening in the office, kitchen, or, as in my case, workshop. It puts out a good amount of respectable, well-balanced sound. The subwoofer works quite well at adding weight at the bottom end, and the quartz PLL tuner is a notch above what I've usually encountered in compact systems. At maximum volume, distortion is negligible, and there are no buzzes or other annoying misbehaviors from the cabinet. Hook your iPod up to the aux inputs and you'll have hours of uninterrupted listening while you work.

Complaints: I'm a little leery of the door on the top-loading CD. It has one of those push-to-lock, push-to-release latches that have a tendency to wear out in my experience. Hopefully, this one will prove to be higher quality, but I would have preferred a simple spring-loaded pushbutton latch. Also, the included FM antenna is the usual piece of garbage, in this case a three-foot long thin wire attached to a coax connector. I immediately replaced it with an old Terk antenna with much better results.

The parameters of what a "table radio" is have been redefined recently, and while this offering from Teac may not be on the bleeding edge of the category, it is a worthy product that merits serious consideration if you're in the market. ... Read more


75. CASIO PQ15-1K Travel Alarm Clock with Thermometer

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Asin: B0002IP3KC
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 49014
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Features

  • Large digital display shows current time, month, day, date, and temperature
  • Thermometer - displays temperature in increments of 0.5 degrees
  • Switchable between Celsius and Farenheight
  • Temperature Display Range - -19.5 to 70 Celsius (-3.0 to 158.0 Farenheight)
  • Auto-Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2030)

76. Conair Clock Radio and Phone with Caller ID - CID500S
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00006IR5O
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 2745
Average Customer Review: 2.94 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • All-in-one clock radio and phone
  • CD player and AM/FM tuner with stereo sound
  • Caller ID* with 64-name and number memory
  • Digital dual alarm

Reviews (16)

3-0 out of 5 stars What time is it?
When my telephone of 17 years went on the fritz, I was overwhelmed to find a similar set with the added features of the CD player and caller ID. Yes, I did have to take the time to re-read the directions. But all was well. The alarm went off the next morning to my favorite radio station. My only draw back is that if the radio is playing, I can not view the clock. In the morning my main concern is what time is it?... not what station is playing. After going over the directions at least 4 times looking for some default language,I called the 800 advice operator. Guess what! There is no default. You have to turn off the radio in order to view the time. I will be returning this product and continuing my search for a telephone/radio/clock that will always reveal the time..unless power is out.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Product for the Money!
This is really a *4* star product for the money, but I'm giving it *5* stars because I feel the overall average has been unfairly dragged down by users who refused to read the manual and/or those who could use a new pair of glasses!

I'm an audiophile of many years experience with home and car stereos. For a combination clock radio/cd/telephone, your options are this product or the Zenith Z828B.

First let me settle the LED Display issue. Viewing the display at night is *NOT* a problem. Not only is there a high/low brightness switch, but there are also *5* levels of contrast settings (which you probably wouldn't discover unless you read the manual). The entire display itself can also be adjusted to 4 different viewing angles. The display is only slightly difficult to read if you have not adjusted things properly. As a sleeper who prefers complete darkness at night, I will admit, the display is a little bright for me, even on the low brightness setting. However, I intend to add an on/off switch for the backlight! :)

As for the rest of this unit, the phone, caller id, digital tuner & alarm clock function well. Programming is not so difficult as one reviewer had mentioned.

Bonus Features: 1) Automatic time counter for length of phone conversations. 2) Auto-mute of cd/radio upon answering a phone call. 3) Random play and programmable song order on CD player. 4) Headphone jack can be used for hookup to powered speakers or as in input to additional stereo equipment. 5) Call-back button works well with the included Caller-ID. 6) Sleep mode includes a 'loudness' setting if you prefer to fall asleep to a softer volume and wake to a louder volume.

Weak points: 1) Only some of the lighted dial buttons are lit well, the rest are dim. 2) Does not have the ability to display caller ID on call-waiting. 3) This is more of a personal preference, but the "up" buttons for volume/presets/tuning presets are on the left and "down" buttons are on the right--Would have been nicer if it was reversed.

Overall, I feel this is a good buy for the money! The phone reception is clear and the CD player and tuner are decent for the price. I would not recommend it as a replacement for a primary household CD stereo. But it is great way to save space on your night table and wake up to music of your choice!

4-0 out of 5 stars what a good product!
It is certain that CID500 does bring a lot of advantages while using the multi-funtional phone. I can use a telephone to listen to music, as it provides CD player. It is amazing that there are radio, clock and cd player exsisting in a featured phone. Moreover, the price of CID500 is quite reasonable, since it has so many functions, which you cannot find in other phones. Thus, you should buy it!

1-0 out of 5 stars Useless piece of junk! Save your hard earned money
I bought this as a gift for my dad for Christmas. I read the other negative reviews here and a warning flag went up. But I was foolish enough to still buy it because there were a couple of good reviews. Well don't make my mistake. Heed my warning and don't buy this piece of junk.

It is impossible to read the time on the display. My poor dad spent two hours reading through the manual and fiddling with contrast settings and brightness to see if there was any way to salvage my gift. He even tried going to ConAir's site to see if there were further suggestions to adjust the display. But it was no use. It is poorly engineered. Even in a room with the curtains drawn, I couldn't read the clock from seven feet away and I have 20/20 vision. The display is not the LED type, but like a digital watch. How ConAir could ever design a product with such great potential and then so thoroughly ruin it because of a horrible time display is beyond me.

Furthermore the poor engineering extended to the battery cover. How could I put the battery in, if the the battery cover couldn't be opened?

Now I have the hassle of buying a box to ship this back to Amazon with shipping paid by yours truly. Arrgh! Don't waste your time with this product. Heed my warning, or you too will be sitting like me in a month venting your frustration by writing a negative review.

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible
There are so many things to hate about this product... I owned this phone for six months and I'm glad to be throwing it away. Even using it for all this time, I never got used to the clunky user interface - I kept mixing up which buttons should be used for which function, and I'm the kind of guy who actually LIKES programming my VCR. The display started acting up about a week after I got it, losing LCD segments, and now it is completely unreadable. One of the most irritating "features" is that when the radio alarm comes on in the morning, the display changes to show the frequency of the radio station rather than the time! You have to turn the alarm off before you can read the time. Radio reception is terrible and inconsistent. The backlight is too bright and the contrast is too low. Avoid this product at all costs! I'm ceremoniously throwing mine out a second story window tonight. ... Read more


77. Timex T601G Nature Sounds Clock Radio (Stereo CD Player,Digital Tuning,AM/FM Radio)
list price: $98.99
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Asin: B00005MKSW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 3278
Average Customer Review: 2.38 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Wake (or sleep) to CD, nature sounds, or AM/FM radio
  • 3-inch stereo speakers
  • 18 station presets
  • Triple-alarm system
  • Sure Alarm battery backup system

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Really great product, but....
I like the sound quality and the choices of realistic nature sounds, radio or CD to listen to. I like that the display can be dimmed easily if it's too bright. For dependable Timex alarm clock quality, it can't be beat.
BUT....
1. If you listen to a CD to sleep, you cannot set buzzer for alarm & the CD will play at alarm time. The only way to set buzzer is to not have a CD inserted, and CD/alarm is selected.
2. Although the snooze button is big & at the front & center, it's also next to the Alarm Reset button. If you're like me & can go through an hour of snoozes before getting up, you'lll learn this the hard way. I pried the button off with a screwdriver in frustration.
3. Although there are plenty of buttons on the front to go with the bells & whistles, the placement isn't entirely intuitive, ie: since they don't light up, it's hard to guess which one is which.

But I'm high-maintenance when it comes to mornings, so account for that when weighing my opinion!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not very good
This thing is another stupid bedside clock. The unit is so outdated. The sounds are like a cheap unrealistic sound machine with no purpose at all. the radio has a terrible tuner. It's nice looking, but poor quality. It worked for a week and it broke. This is not a good product, spend your money on a better portable radio. this one is not worth anything at all, so avoid this horrible clock.

2-0 out of 5 stars OK as an alarm clock. CD player fails early in life
I purchased this item new at a local electronics store. It functions good as an alarm clock. The CD player is another story. Within the first 6 months the CD player developed problems. Any CD inserted would spin briefly and stop. The display would show "NO" for no CD inserted. A CD leanse cleaning gave me a few more months of service. Several times an hour a click is heard in the speakers. This click is soft but can be a little distracting when placed close to the bed. The useful life of this unit appears to be around 1 - 1.5 years. The warranty is poor at only 90 days. This is one Timex product that Can't take a licking and Won't keep on ticking.

5-0 out of 5 stars fantastic system
I bought one of these a few months ago, & loved it so much I had to buy another. It's very nice to have all those station presets,digital tuning, and 3 different alarms.It is simple to set up , too. It is a wonderful little unit, and I couldn't be without it.

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T BUY THIS!!!
I bought this clock because I am a very light sleeper and most alarm clocks scare me awake. To start, the nature sounds are not realistic and they run on a very short loop. Second, I saw the name "timex" and assumed that I was buying a quality product. One day, about 8 months after I bought the clock, I woke up to a screeching sound that wouldn't stop (like fingernails across a chalkboard). I called timex and was told that they did not manufacture this clock and that I needed to call a different company. At this other company, I got no help (the measly 90-day warranty had passed), so I exchanged it at [a local store] for another one (thank goodness I had my receipt) for another one hoping that I got a good one this time. Sorry, no luck that time either: almost a year later, the same thing happened again and I ended up chucking this ... in the trash. Please don't put yourself through the trouble of buying this product. ... Read more


78. CASIO PQ13-1K Digital Travel Clock with Alarm

Asin: B0001DZDKS
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 74646
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Features

  • Electro-luminescent backlight with afterglow
  • Daily alarm with snooze
  • 12/24-hour formats
  • Includes 1 AAA battery
  • Runs on 2 AAA batteries

79. Panasonic SC-AK320 5 CD Mini System
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0001M0X3G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 7560
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's Nitrix series SC-AK320 shelf system features an aggressive new design that takes its cue from the world of car audio, with fearless hot-rod styling, bold red accents on the speakers, and a powerful sonic punch that's sure to shock the senses. The SC-AK320 is also available in a silver version.

The SC-AK320 packs a five-CD changer, a dual-well cassette deck, a digital tuner with 30-station (15 FM, 15 AM) presets, and 110 powerful watts per channel. It offers compatibility with CD-R/RW discs and can play MP3 digital audio files. MP3 functions from remote control include ID3 tag display, album skip, and title search.

A snazzy spectrum analyzer offers a visual representation of different music's frequency components in real time. Super Sound EQ selectively boosts the low, medium, and high frequencies at the touch of a button, as needed with different music or environments. The two three-way speakers use 6.5-inch woofers. The system also includes a programmable timer with sleep mode and a wireless remote control.

What's in the Box
SC-AK320 shelf system, remote control, 2 AA batteries, and printed operating instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • Nitrix mini hi-fi system with 5-CD carousel changer and MP3-CD playback; measures 9.8 x 13.0 x 14.4 inches (W x H x D)
  • Dual-well cassette deck, digital tuner with 30 FM/AM presets, and 300 watts of total power
  • Super Sound EQ selectively boosts the low, medium, and high frequencies at the touch of a button
  • An aggressive new design includes bright, 10-character, multicolor dot-matrix display with spectrum analyzer
  • Two three-way speakers use 6.5-inch woofers for deep bass

80. GE 74292 Spacemaker Radio/CD Player
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00006RLUY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: General Electric
Sales Rank: 4786
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

General Electric's high-performance Spacemaker radio-CD player features an AM-FM tuner, dual 3-inch speakers, a subwoofer for enhanced low frequencies, and a bass-boost equalization circuit. It also has a three-position counter light, which can illuminate surfaces or serve as a night-light.

Everything you need to install the Spacemaker is included, as is a 40-watt long-life light bulb. The player also comes with cord-wrap hooks for storing excess power cord. A one-year warranty covers all parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • CD Player with AM/FM Stereo Radio
  • 3 Speaker System that includes a Sub-woofer
  • 40 Watt Under the Counter Light

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not purchase this item
We are on our third GE/CD player and it will not work consistently. The CD often skips or does not play at all, or plays nicely for a couple of songs and then skips or stops. The radio and remote work nicely, it is the cd feature that we have found flawed.

1-0 out of 5 stars Defective
My husband got me this for Christmas since I love listening to music. However, the volume on it started randomly changing all on its' own within a day of use. Fearing a short, we exchanged it for another one. The display on the new one stopped working by the end of the first day. The next day, the volume started messing up again! We returned it and will not be buying another one of this brand.

1-0 out of 5 stars Defective and GE Support Non Existent
Remote was defective, didn't work from the start. Batteries got very hot. Replaced w/new ones, and they heated up immediately. Called GE Support and they said they couldn't do anything w/out serial #, even tho I had reciept, model #, etc. and volunteered to mail remote back to them. Serial # is on back of unit, and when mounted acc to GE instructions it is not visible w/out removing from cabinet (which in our case would be a major hassle). I explained this and they refused to provide any assistence, even after I appealed to several diff reps. Worst customer service I have ever encountered. I will NEVER purchase another GE product.

5-0 out of 5 stars GE Spacemaker CD/Radio makes a super gift
This is my NEW wedding gift to every bride and groom. It's practical and doesn't take up counter space because it's mounted under an existing shelf. EVERYBODY likes to listen to something while they eat and/or cook, so take your pick-- CD or radio while you nibble. Newlyweds are always stopping me in the street to tell me what a great gift it is. And the free shipping makes it great for all of us-- it gets delivered right to their door with a note from us!

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice sound and features
The CD player is not as versatile as it might be, but everything else on this radio works well and the sound is pretty good. (I'm no audiophile.) The light (with two levels) is a nice plus. This is much better than the radio that this replaced in my kitchen. We've had it for quite a few months now and have no complaints. ... Read more


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