Summary: This was purchased so that I could listen to a HD classical radio station. It may be expensive for a free standing shelf radio, but it has a nice sound and even produces my favorite music quite well.
Summary: If you misplace the remote you're doomed. It has no fine tuning ability and skips past stations too easily. I wanted a radio I could use a lot and move between stations easily, but it's the hardest radio I ever had for changing stations.
Summary: Pros: Great HD radio sound. Power to fill an entire floor of a house. 2 alarms can be set for weekdays only, weekends only, every day, one time only. Cons: Trouble picking up very weak FM stations, even with a large external antenna.
Summary: I returned the first radio because it turned itself off. The second radio worked well for the first couple of weeks and began turning itself off. When I contacted the company I was told, Too bad, you're out of time. So I have a radio that works well outside. I live in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Summary: I've had and have some great portable Sangean radios. This is truly an anomaly. Hire a computer guru to read the book to set it up. No kidding. I assumed that I would get a great HD signal in West LA. NOPE. This is the most expensive, poor signal radio I can imagine buying. Oh Well.
Summary: I received two defective units of this model in a row. First one simply died within minutes. Second one cuts out on a regular basis after a year of normal, gentle use. Can this be a coincidence?
Summary: I purchased this radio as a Father's Day gift for my husband and I have to say, we were pleasantly surprised! The order arrived quickly, in great condition and the radio was a breeze to set up. The wood cabinet is exactly that, no veneer or plastic look alike.