Summary: Great little unit. My sister bought the same unit for her boyfriend and raved about it so I was delighted to find the same model here. Definitely a good value, too. Put it in my bedroom but it could go anywhere.
Summary: This is an excellent little system, I have an older model at home that I use all the time and decided to buy one for my office as well. This one is even better in regard to adding/removing the CD, and the speaker covers are now a mesh instead of cloth which makes cleaning easier. Very pleased.
Summary: I've read the reviews on this one and decided to go ahead with it. It had gotten high ratings but suffered a little on sound quality for radio and a complaint the remote didn't work as well as hoped. We don't use the radio or the remote. But, I found the buttons on the front were a little confusing. Sometimes I'm unsure which one to push for "open", "eject", "play". Not a big deal. My stepson remarked on how "cool" the disk changer opened.
Summary: I purchased this as a gift, the box came to my door in great time, with a sticker on it saying it was refurbished. I had no idea it was refurbished. I gave it to my boss and it worked for 5 minutes. I had to send it back in and get a new one. The new one works great and Overstock was great about returning it, they sent me a new one right away and I sent the broken one back. The new one works great, but it is refurbished also.
Summary: I've only experienced one other satisfactory radio (the Boston Acoustics Recepter) but that one has nothing other than the bare necessities (no headphone or remote control options) and cost me $60 more. I was happily surprised to discover that this Panasonic System picked up my favorite (and usually next to impossible decent reception) radio station crystal clear!
Summary: I was really excited to get this, it is small, looks fantastic, has an input for my Sirius and is only $100. However, at least to my ears, the sound is awful and actually hurts my ears. There's no true equalizer, you can choose from a few presets but none of them sound good. I'm not an audiophile so I can't put my finger on it but I get a headache listening to it, I think it's something with the base or trebble.
Summary: I read all the reviews on this and a number of other systems in the immediate price range and decided that I would give it a try, in spite of some of the negative comments. I listened to about a dozen different >$100 systems and this was the best. I use this in my office - about 130 sf - and keep it very soft. I play mostly classical music. For my application it is a perfect unit, not too deep so it fits in a bookshelf, and it looks great.