Summary: This unit has nice function and practicality. We like the small footprint. For our purposes (talk radio and music) it lacks a tone control. This is our number one critique with this radio. The speaker is bass heavy and treble weak. Its hard to understand news/ weather/ talk stations on this unit.
Summary: I bought this radio for the kitchen and it doesn't disappoint. I didn't buy it for the timer or clock, the main purpose was for the 360-degree sound quality. It's not super bassy so don't expect Beats or Bose quality but it has enough quality throughout the range.
Summary: I own both this model and the Sangean RCR-5 (and this review is cross-posted). The K-200 has superior sound quality and a smaller footprint on a bedside table, but the RCR-5 is better in nearly every other way that's important to me; it's so much better that the K-200 got demoted to our...
Summary: Very functional and every feature works well. Attractive, great sound for size. RDS feature is nice, as well as multiple illumination levels. Dual message feature is nice, and works great as an alarm sound.
Summary: I have 2 of these- one in the kitchens and one on the back of the toilet in a really small bathroom. Great sound for a little radio. Pretty pink color. On the more pricy side but hopefully it will hold up for a few years and amortize the cost.
Summary: I've had this radio for about three weeks now, and I'm fairly satisfied. If I could wave a wand to change some features I would, as follows: 1) The buttons to select radio stations are a little awkward; sometimes I have to press them more than once.
Summary: Mom was indeed very happy with this K-200. Instantly made her junked her old clock radio. Powerful audio yet small in size. Alkaline batteries only, rechargeable batteries cannot run the unit.
Summary: They put up a firewall at my wifes work, so her days of streaming her favorite local radio station ended. I ordered her this and she absolutely loves it and reception is strong. She works in a metal portable office building surrounded by heavy machinery and equipement, and she says the radio hasn't...