Summary: I was looking for a small, unobtrusive audio system for my master bedroom, and this fits the bill perfectly. It's compact, the white color looks nice with our color scheme, and it has surprisingly good sound. I've had the unit for about a year and a half, and I'm completely satisfied.
Summary: I have yet to be disappointed by a Yamaha product even though I purchased the only two I've ever owned 25 years apart. The Yamaha TSX-130 is an excellent audio system. The sound quality is nothing short of outstanding for a desktop audio system.
Summary: Pros: -Rich sound for a unit this size, with deep enough bass and good definition. Perfectly adequate for a 16x20 room size. -Easy to set up. -Good solid built (real wood, etc.) -All sound functions (FM radio, Ipod, CD) working well. Cons: -No AM radio.
Summary: I bought a refurbished TSX-130, the first time I have bought anything refurbished. I had owned a Bose Wave cd player radio for many years, sitting loyally next to my bed. but after I loaned it to my sister, I decided maybe it's time to think of a new cd-radio combo.
Summary: I am really impressed with this unit. I bought it because I wanted something that is very light and compact, plays both CDs and my ipod, but still sounds excellent. This is the only unit out there that really fits the bill.
Summary: First off, this is not my primary listening portal - nothing comes close to the auditory bliss of separates. That said it is definitely used on a regular basis. The TSX-130 is a fine little piece of audio and fully commands the price for the sound it delivers.
Summary: I like this a lot because it fits nicely on the mantle of our 20's era home, is compact yet has surprisingly good sound. The Live Digital Sound Processing (DSP) feature is a real treat. You can tell definite differences between all DSP modes.