Top-rated, retro radio for quality sound. Has great speaker volume for a tabletop radio. Good tuner performance and reception. Sleek wooden cabinet for a softer, less electronic look for the home. Aux port in back for device input. Easy to use, especially the tuning.
Bass is too heavy for some users. Broke for a few consumers after only a year of use.
Bluetooth enabled to use with your wireless devices. Tuning dial illuminates a much admired warm, authentic glow. Handmade, wooden exterior has a distinctly antique look. 5-year warranty.
Volume on Bluetooth is much softer than the radio. Not battery operated.
Amazing reception; delivers crisp sound. Can be used for its tuner or with portable devices – aux input in back. Has a great look: sleek black wood cabinet and chrome face and dials. Speaker is powerful; some consumers use as a speaker for iPhones.
No Bluetooth setup. A few reviewers experienced static.
Reasonably priced. Loved for its solid, sturdy construction of real walnut. Bluetooth enabled and comes with an aux cable for portable listening devices. Built-in rechargeable battery. If you’re looking for a small radio made of quality materials, this is your pick.
Not an audiophile’s speaker. Keep your phone away from your speaker when using Bluetooth to avoid static.
Popular for its old-fashioned design. Dial changes color to alert you to when radio station is properly tuned. Great reception; picks up distant stations. SD card slot and USB port, which doubles as a device-charging port. Bluetooth enabled to work with smartphones, tablets, computers.
Bluetooth function sometimes works poorly. Low volume, but hooks up to auxiliary speakers.
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