With a tuner that brings clarity to many of the weakest stations, the Model One radio begins with a handmade wood cabinet that is both beautiful and the ideal acoustically inert speaker housing. A heavy-magnet, long-throw driver is mated to a frequency contouring circuit that automatically adjusts output over half-octave increments, resulting in musically accurate tonal balance and bass response. The Model One AM/FM table radio is compatible with iPod and other players when properly connected through the auxiliary input using an audio cord. An external FM antenna and 9' power cord is included.
- 3" full range speaker
- 5:1 ratio analog tuning dial
- AC/DC operation
- Amber tuning LED
- Auxiliary input
- Weight: 4.1 lbs
- Dimensions: 4.5" H x 8.375" W x 5.25" D
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AM/FM Table Radio - Classic Walnut/Beige based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This Tivoli table radio is outstanding, with excellent reception and quality design. I used it in my office for several years before retirement. The FM reception was great. However, the exterior walls of the building were very thick with steel and brick. So, I also purchased the portable AM antenna to boost the AM reception. That made the AM reception also great. Even though my retirement home in NC has an excellent audio/video system throughout, I sill like to listen to my Tivoli. And, since the walls of my home are not impenetrable, I don't need to use the portable antenna to get great AM reception. I strongly and heartily recomment this radio!
I've had the Tivoli radio, along with extension speaker and CD player for about 2 years now. On the positive side, it has amazing sound for such a small unit; the bass is very good, as are the higher frequencies. My problem is with the tuner. Koss has made a huge mistake here, by not incorporating a digital tuner. It is extremely difficult to tune in stations on this set because the various frequencies are so close together. Not only that, but once you manage to find the right frequency, it has a tendency to drift - and I have mine hooked up to an outdoor rooftop antenna. As a result, I now use it primarily for the playing of Mp3's and CD's almost exclusively, and rarely use the radio function.