Reviews and Problems with Tivoli Audio Model Three Radio / Model Three Radio BT / Bluetooth
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Really keeps the spirit of the Kloss Model 1 alive
5 February 2013
Summary: When I was young I heard a Kloss Model 1 and I had really never heard anything that really had that kind of wonderful sound. I think it was back in the 1970s when I first heard one. It didn't seem possible that kind of sound could come out of something that 'small'.
Don't Even Think About......$300 paperweight.....well, plus clock
27 October 2012
Summary: Stay far away from this radio. I'm looking at my broken one right now and feeling very ripped off. My $300 Tivoli Audio Table radio Model Three has started going in to hum mode whenever I turn up the volume even a little.
Summary: I have had this radio for more than 6 years now and I love the looks. The sound is great. As one reviewer mentioned already, I wish it had dimmer or an option to turn off the display lights (including the green light that indicates that the alarm is on).
Summary: I really do love the look and sound of the radio. I noticed other reviewers commented about the brightness of the light. I don't see that as a problem but it may have been something that was adjusted as a result of the reviews.
Summary: I listen to relaxing music played on the CD player attached to my Model One. Usually I read for a while, sometimes as long as an hour, before falling asleep. But it bugs me to leave the machines on all night. I would like a clock radio/CD player.
Excerpt: My Tivoli Model Three looks smashing on my night table. The design is classic, I love the retro yet modern look and the dial tuner - it reminds me of staying at the W Hollywood (in a good way). And the sound beats the heck out of my old junky clock radio.
Pros: Durable, Good Sound Quality, Great Reception