Reviews and Problems with Tivoli Audio Model One Radio / Model One BT
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Bagelien, B&H Photo
9 February 2015
Excerpt: Listening to the morning radio, playing tunes. Want to get it bluetooth receiving. Pros: Looks nice, tunes in radio stations easily, aux input, stackable. Cons: you have to turn past the radio to get to aux, so you get a "blurp" of radio sound on your way to firing up the ithing.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Clear Signal, Compact, Easy To Set Up, Good Sound
Summary: My first impression is that it is a good radio, a step above most of my other portable am/fm receivers. However the sound quality is no better than my Tivoli Pal which does sound good, but has a smaller speaker. I did expect a hair of better sound with a larger speaker.
Summary: This is my second Trivoli radio. This model offered the Blue tooth feature which works perfect with my iPhone tones. The sound is rich and amazing for a compact radio. The sound reminds me of the old fidelity stereos, I recommend this to anyone who loves their music.
Summary: This stereo is of high quality and it looks great. Everything works pretty well, but the radio dial is difficult to read, making finding a specific channel more time consuming than it ought to be. In addition, there is some bluetooth interference that makes an odd humming noise between songs.
Summary: Update I've been using this great little radio in my kitchen for the past three months, and I have to say it's just excellent. The audio quality really impresses me. It's rich and warm, and sounds far superior to any tabletop radio I've ever owned.
Summary: I really enjoy listening to this radio but, it tends to float from stations and I have to go and re-set. I wish it was digital and I really wish it had AM radio. I miss my favorite talk show. But, the sound is great.
Summary: While it may only be a single channel (one speaker) this radio is great! It fills a room. I bought it for my office and have to keep it at the very lowest possible setting because of how well the speaker projects the sound. The Bluetooth is nice, but honestly, I don't use it.