Reviews and Problems with Tivoli Audio Model Music System
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Ease of use 8
Sound quality 10
Samuel Chell, tivoliaudio.com
11 March 2013
Summary: I know some of the reviews are lukewarm, but they're all wrong. This is the clearest, most distortion-free, full frequencied yet compact "hi fi system" on the market. It's not what I go to when playing my vinyl collection with a component rig costing me several thousand. But in the age of MP3's, internet sound, digital technology, this is the ONE (I'd also recommend the Tivoli Model One radio--I've purchased but been less happy with the Tivoli plastic products--but most...
Not broken so never fixed but deeply discounted in price
Samuel L. Chell, tivoliaudio.com
16 January 2013
Summary: The Tivoli Music System came out ahead in all of my side-by-side comparisons of it with other audiophile systems. The bass was "tighter," and the entire sonic canvas more clear and detailed that the $400 and above speaker-docks (Bose, Klipsch), thus justifying its price (!00% to 200% higher) to the fastidious listener. But now that Tivoli has reduced the price of these amazing machines by 1/2 to 2/3, regardless of color, they're a relative bargain.
Summary: Amazing System! I had debated this for quite some time while waiting for the platinum series to restock. I ended up buying this system instead. The sound in wide mode is impressive. I hear components of the music I've never notice before. The sound seems to have a 3D quality. For me the CD is useless but I understand why it's still included. The next logical step is to add WiFi and internal static memory so you can just sync your music library to the system. (Tivoli?
Summary: I purchased this unit when it was on a clearance sale by a well-known audio retailer. I had been thinking about it, but kept putting it off as too expensive. The price dropped and I bought it. The sound is really great. The highs are there and the bass is just right. If you're looking for a boom box like bass this is not your system. Radio tuning and reception is wonderful. The CD player is a little on the slow side, but is okay once it starts.
MSY: Tivoli Audio Music System - Greatly Exceeded Expectations
18 December 2009
Summary: When I opened the box, I was amazed at the visual beauty of this unit. Then I plugged it in and put on Die Walkure and was absolutely blown away by the fidelity and clarity of the sound. If you're looking for a thumping boombox, this isn't for you. But if you want the true dimensionality of a woodwind, violin, saxophone or soprano, either buy this system or be prepared to spend ALOT more money on top of the line high-end equipment. Marvelous engineering!