Summary: Thing sounded beautiful. Played three tracks and then just quit. Silence. Tried a few CDs, spat them all back out. The ones it accepted it wouldn't play; just made this annoying little ticking sound. Sending it back.
Summary: I had originally written a review for the Tivoli site but apparently they won't post criticism. I have 3 of these, for one reason: They are a good match for my 50-year-old KLH Model Eight/Model Thirteen compact stereo systems.
Summary: I bought this because I have no space for a stereo in my living room. It sits in a tiny corner of the dining room. Instead of the name brand speaker components that should go with it , I picked up a small speaker from Radio Shack and plugged it in. The sound fills the whole living room.
Summary: We loved this little CD player. Perhaps we missed the fact that it has to be connected to another electronic source to hear the sound. After we got through that hurdle, we connected it to our Bose radio, and the sound is beautiful.
Summary: I noticed this a while after I purchased the player and I attributed it to the CD, not the player. You know, being a Tivoli this should be Great! However now it's been two years an I barely use it because of that and using USB memory music.
Summary: Update 7/11/13 Still using this radio and the CD player I purchased and enjoy them both. Simple to use and still good sound quality. Have a mini cable plugged into the Aux port and then connected to the headphone output of my laptop.
Summary: It must have been a challenge to make a digital CD player to match the analog styling of the Tivoli table radios. Certainly the enclosure and materials are the same so the outward appearance is of a unified system. The similarities mostly end there.