Reviews and Problems with Tivoli Audio Model Two Radio
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Ease of use 10
Sound quality 10
Outstanding sound, design, service
13 March 2013
Summary: It says "table radio," but my Model Two is my main stereo system. When I moved into a small downtown condo, I downsized my stereo system too. I'm a classical music critic, so accurate acoustic sound is very important to me, and the Model Two supplies all the strength, warmth and clarity I need in...
Summary: I bought my Tivoli subwoofer about year 2002 and I forgot from which vendor. It was only $80 at the time. Apparently this product now has street price of $160! I did more critical tests with results to question some bad points I read in other Amazon reports of this.
Summary: Exactly what I was looking for. Straight AM/FM. Very clean classic rich look. Have only owned for 1 month and amp went out. Took it back to Fred's audio in Portland and they replaced the unit. Hope this does not happen once warranty expires in 11 months.
Summary: I've owned this radio for about a year now and unfortunately have found it quite disappointing. My goal was to buy a simple, high-quality shelf speaker system that could accept an aux input, allowing me to use web-based music services from my phone or tablet.
Summary: Having spent most of my life buying very good music systems, when this came out in 2001, having already purchased 9 Model 1, I knew it would be great. Henry Kloss, RIP never did things wrong !
Summary: When we moved to our new house 2 years ago, we needed a small, unobtrusive stereo for our living room. Big black boxes of audio equipment would not meet the WAF (wife approval factor). I wanted something that looked beautiful and sounded fantastic. The Model 2 has been a dream.
Summary: I purchased two Tivoli Model Two Stereos brand new. We were initially thrilled with the purchase. As others have reported, they sound great and they look wonderful in our modern decorating scheme.