Summary: Love the sound. It works great, keeps my patients happy when we can listen to classic rock during their dental visits....I would recommend this to anyone in the medical/dental profession that has to have a radio with a double insulated cord for safety reasons
Summary: Awesome radio and I got it at a wonderful price! We had been replacing just a basic radio every year for our Sunday trips to the beach. I broke down this year and bought this for my husband for Father's day because he wanted a nice one that would be good to take anywhere so he can listen to the...
Summary: I purchased this tough radio to put in my barn so that I can listen to NPR while I milk the goats. It works perfectly for that purpose. It is perfect for a high dust, humidity or rough and tumble situation. I love the look, size, big easy controls and portability.
Summary: I prefer the LB 100 because it's smaller, less expensive, and puts out more than enough volume, and with a tone quality very similar to that of the U3, which is somewhat surprising because the U3 features a tone control, while the LB 100 does not.
Summary: Pros: *Good overall design for work-sight radio. *Nice sound with deep base. *Big knobs, buttons, and display. *Compact. Cons: *Though it states in the description, "Equalizer Function with 6 Settings", it has NO EQUALIZER. *Not the best reception.
Summary: Contacted the manufacturer and they admitted that the radio is useless for listening to voice broadcasts and that it was designed for just music. If it was designed for music only, why does it have an AM band? There suggestion was to give it to someone who only listens to music.
Pros: Good tuning system. Robust construction.
Cons: The tone quality of this radio make it unsuitable for anything other than music. If you want to listen to voice, don't buy this radio. The bass is so low that it distorts the sound at anything above half volume. This makes it unusable for listening at more than a few feet away . Workplace radio? ...
Summary: The radio plays extremely well. I did not realize how large it was. It is what I was looking for in the next 'black out' storm we seem to have here in the east coast. It will make my mother very happy....in the next storm she can listen to here music!
Summary: I am a contractor and the radio's we have break quickly getting moved from job site to job site. First thing to go is the antenna, then the tuner and finally the power. I didn't want one of the big 18 volt battery charger / radios and certainly didn't want to get trapped into one brand of cordless...