Summary: Well, if you're getting a radio for decoration, this is great! But if you want it to last for more than two months and ten days, look elsewhere. I was so happy to get a CD player with so many features, but now it's died.
Summary: Okay, so I started out with the goal of wanting reception that was good enough for me to hear my very favorite radio station that is in the state next door to mine. Not knowing where to begin I googled "best radio reception" and spent big bucks at a certain on-line auction house on a specific 1980s...
Summary: No owners manual came with the radio. I am trying to figure out why, when its put in alarm/buzzer mode, I cannot play the radio at the same time. Perhaps it can, but I have not been able to figure that out. When the radio is on, the nice dial is really bright when you are trying to go to sleep.
Summary: "cute" 1950"s replica of vintage car.... sound is poor...after my Bose, this sounds childish..Hard too adjust for fm classical stations, cd is somewhat better, but generally purchased by most folks who dont need or expect good musical sound..
Looks great. CD player quit after six months - played ...
Nancy E. Turner "email@example.com", Amazon
17 August 2014
Summary: Looks great. CD player quit after six months - played an average of 1 cd per week. Radio tunes into only 4 stations, reception fuzzy, sometimes non-existant. Speakers are low quality. You'll get music but just barely.
Summary: Very nice looking. The cd player is easy to use and the sound is very good. The only bad thing is the AM hardly comes in and FM is not much better. I hoping to affix the antennae to something to get better reception.
Summary: This alarm clock looks great and it does wake me up when I need it too. The radio is has a lot of static and it is hard to get a clear radio station. The cd player works fine. I hardly ever use it. I would not purchase again. I listen to Christian radio a lot and wish the stations were clearer.