Summary: I needed a portable Ipod player and picked this. I've had it now for about two months and like it. The sound is ok, not great, that is compared to a large system. For my purposes good enough and the price was good. I see no issues with it, seems to be built well, AM is useless.
Summary: I love this unit. I am very fussy about a deep rich sound and this unit definitely has it. The radio has great reception. I only thing I don't like is the back light is not adjustable. For the price, I would definitely recommend to anyone.
Summary: I bought this item because I wanted to be able to listen to my ipod without using the earpiece. This item fulfills those requirements and more. In addition to listening to podcasts before falling asleep I can shut down the unit without ever having to leave my bed because it comes with a remote control. After having shut the unti down the ipod charges so that the next day I can take it to the gym with it the battery fully charged.
Summary: I purchased the TEAC and used it one time with the ipod. The next time I tried to use it the TEAC docking/charging station would not read the ipod. I thought something was wrong with the ipod so I tried my daughters ipod and the same results occured. I contacted TEAC in California and was told that if the ipod is not fully charged the docking station would not read the ipod ( this is from a tech support person ).
Summary: I like it. Sound is good. Works well with IPOD. Display is good. I wish the remote was flat on the back so I could push the bottoms while it is sitting on the table without flipping the remote over(it is designed to be used while holding it, rather than it sitting on a flat surface). Am glad I purchased it. Would do it again.
Summary: With such nice reviews here, I chose to buy this instead of the iHome, which looked good too. Big mistake. The sound quality is mediocre, and not at all how others described it. Not much bass, not much high range either. If you just listen to the radio, maybe it's good enough for you, but for good sounding music, forget it. (side note, as for the radio, it doesn't even receive any stations in my office building) Pick the iHome if you want good sound quality.
Summary: This looked like a table radio that would work well as a clock radio, but it has several quirks that limit its usefulness for that. First, it has no buzzer alarm for heavy sleepers. You can only wake to radio or iPod. Second, the dual alarms (actually called "timers") work only if the power switch is off. If you turn the power switch off, however, the back light for the clock goes off and, very annoyingly, iPod charging is disabled.