Summary: Great system sounds good this is my third Tivoli I gave it 4 stars instead of five because the tuner wasn't as good as the smaller Tivoli radio probably because its digital instead of analog. Other than that its a good radio I can even use it as a monitor when I DJ.
Summary: Absolutely great radio and a steel at the closeout price which was half the price of the same basic Tivoli without the speaker or remote control. Terrific reception and wonderful sound for a portable radio.
Summary: We have a tivoli isongbook and we have had it for a year or so. Currently my husband has it in his office hooked up to his television. The audio output from the TV goes into the Tivoli's aux input. We also have an universal remote that has operated the TV, the Cable box, and the Tivoli for that time, and it has worked beautifully until recently.
Summary: Tivoli radios are among the highest-quality radios you can buy. The iSongbook is no exception. The sound is very pleasing, and the build quality is outstanding. The fact that I paid just over $115 for this, including shipping, is remarkable. Fantastic deal!
Summary: Overall I am happy with the Isongbook. The reception is very good and the functions work well. The only thing I would change is that the speakers sound a bit muted and seem to be tuned for speech and not music.
Summary: I'm rating this based on my personal needs and the price I paid ($120). I needed a radio for camping and had very specific requirements; this satisfies them all, and then some. I wanted something battery-powered, relatively small yet durable, iPod connectivity, a highly sensitive FM tuner, and sound that is more musical than the plethora of "enthusiast" AM/FM radios out there.
Great little radio if you get it on sale:) works with iPhone 4
3 January 2013
Summary: Update: Feb 19 2013- The remote suddenly stopped working-- not sure if it is the battery or not.. will try a new one and see. Update: Feb 3 2013- This little radio is just ok- I'm downgrading my review because it doesn't get very loud, and there really is no bass to speak of, the sound gets distorted at the higher volumes. (volume goes up to 30- and starts distorting at 25) Even in a tiny bathroom it doesn't sound that great.
Summary: I'm not the kind of person who would pay hundreds of dollars for any kind of portable electronics. Too much risk of loss through stupidity (my own) or accident. The 1st gen iPod I have was, I thought, a really frivolous purchase at almost $500. My wife bought it for herself as a treat, and I eventually inherited it because she hated the fiddly touch-sensitive buttons.