Summary: I'm not sure if I expected too much after reading all the reviews, but the sound is nothing to rave about, but it is good enough. It is a small unit as such miracles cannot be expected. It would have been better if it had an integrated antenna, but it doesn't, so you have to run the antenna which is very cumbersome and then you end up with cables everywhere.
Summary: It's not as well thought out as I think that it should be coming from Yamaha and costing so much. A nice touch with something of this price would be if it was an "atomic clock" and received the signal from Colorado each night. That would make sense in all clock radios these days. It's a keeper though.
Summary: This little guy looks great and sounds great. Unfortunately, it does not work with an IPhone 4s (even though responders to my question said it does). The 30 pin adapter/converter (sold separately and hard to find) makes the phone stick up too high and it looks terrible, and it does not wake up to the radio. When I set it (front and back), it only beeps. So, I can't wake to music on either my IPhone or the radio.
Summary: A fun little radio. I'm using it as a kitchen radio. There's a few things they could improve upon. I don't like the power cord. It's similar to a laptop power cord, where you have the block in between, so it's a mess to keep out of the way and hidden. However, the block keeps a charge going for an hour or so, so if the power goes out you don't lose your stuff. Also, a better FM antenna would have been better. Bluetooth would have been nice too.