Summary: My old tuner of 35 year died so selected this one. It does the job. Signal capture is good. Cons are not very important fidelity-wise, but I think: - unit has far too many presets, must be a hundred, so you have to key in multiple number keys (how many can YOU remember?
Summary: the 75 ohm connector for the FM antenna on the back is specific to teac and will not take a regular coaxial cable. Also the tuner developed problems in the display, it goes dark and the audio cuts in and out. To top it off it has very poor reception. In other words, a piece of garbage.
Summary: We needed a tuner when we went to a self powered speaker bar and didn't need the receiver. It does the job, is simple enough to set-up and use. The display (mostly the clock) could be lots larger, but not really a big deal.
Summary: After 40+ years my Heathkit tuner finally went to the quiet place up in the sky. I looked around and saw receivers but a tuner is all I wanted. At first I didn't even think about trying Amazon but one of the guys at work said try it you never know.
Summary: I live in a hilly area, where FM stations are numerous but the ones we like are distant. That means both sensitivity and selectivity are important to me. This tuner seems to score well on both counts, without sacrificing clarity as can happen in car radios.
Summary: I got a dipole antenna put it as high as possible which was about 4 feet above the unit. Sound came in crystal clear with no dirty audio/bass. The rackmount adapters are perfect match for this unit and fits into my Samson rackmount. Even though I bought it used through eBay.
Summary: the receiver arrived at a time of earthquakes and hurricanes and I blamed atmospheric anomalies for poor reception, until all was calm and by then reception was nil. It is presently at an authorized service center for repairs.