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1. Sony ICF-CD843V CD Clock Radio
$19.99
2. Sony WM-FX197 AM/FM Cassette Walkman
$69.99
3. Timex T617S Nature Sounds Auto
$199.99
4. Tivoli Audio M3TPE Model Three
$74.99
5. Sony ICF-CD543RM Kitchen CD Clock
6. Sony ICF-DVD57TV Under the Cabinet
7. Teac SL-D80 Nostalgia CD Player
8. Timex 3400T Indiglo Portable LCD
$10.51
9. Am/fm Alarm Clock Radio
10. Timex 3661T Easy Reader Quartz
$31.14
11. jWin JL-CD811 CD Clock Radio
$161.79
12. Teac SR-L50 CD Player/Radio with
$49.99
13. Timex T609S Dual-Alarm CD Clock
14. Conair TCR200MS Clock Radio Telephone
15. Jensen JCR-700 Digital AM/FM Shower
16. Sony ICF-CD837 AM/FM Stereo Clock
$46.70
17. COBY CD-RA185 Digital AM/FM Alarm
18. Sony LIV CD Clock Radio - ICFCD855LIV2
19. Timex T601G Nature Sounds Clock
$63.52
20. GPX KCCD3004DP Under-Cabinet CD

1. Sony ICF-CD843V CD Clock Radio with Digital Tuner
Electronics
list price: $99.99 -- our price: Too Low To Display
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Asin: B0001M2FYQ
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Your sleep schedule is important, so you need a clock radio with useful features. Look no further because the The ICF-CD843V truly delivers. It has a triple alarm, so you can set three different alarm times, each with the option of waking to CD, buzzer, or radio. The large dual time display shows both the current time and your alarm setting.Read more

Features

  • Triple alarm for three different alarm times
  • Snoozinator allows for custom snooze function with the press of a button
  • Nap timer can be set for 10 to 120 minutes for quick cat naps
  • Plays standard CD and CD-R/RW discs
  • Tune in AM/FM, TV, and weather channels

Reviews (34)

1-0 out of 5 stars Awful Awful, not the first time Sony product dies
I used this product, maybe 5 times, and it completely died 13 months after I purchased it. It was stored in 1 place the entire time, never moved, never dropped, never abused. And it dies. I then attempt to take advantage of the Visa "double your warranty" extended warranty coverage, only to be told that because I used my online "Amazon' gift certificate to pay for a portion of this product, that this excludes the extended warranty. So I toss out a brand new looking Sony product.
1-0 out of 5 stars Useless
A clock radio without a battery back up?I can't believe Sony would not have this feature.Even the cheapest clock radios have this. Info states if electric is out for more than 1 minute your settings will be gone.Another feature missing is no headphone plug.For $60.00 this is a waste of money.

2-0 out of 5 stars Mine died
I most always prefer Sony products and aside from not being able to read the time during the night I was pleased with the Dream Machine. It's compact body fit easily on a bedside table and the sound was not bad. However, it died during the day the other day...nothing that I did. It was fine when I got up and when I went to bed it was dead just as if the plug had been pulled. I have plugged it into a couple different outlets and it is dead. I've only had it a year. So disappointed. The Sony dealership charges $89 an hour for service. Not very ecological if I have to go buy a new alarm/music system. I would expect it to last more than a year, coming from Sony. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Electronics    2. Clock Radios   


2. Sony WM-FX197 AM/FM Cassette Walkman
Electronics
list price: $32.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0007RPW3Q
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Why not take you tunes along with you? You can do it affordably with the Sony WM-FX197 AM/FM cassette Walkman. Pop in a tape, or tune your favorite station on the AM/FM radio. You'll also hear richer, deeper lows with Sony's mega-bass technology. This little number sips the juice, too, so you can enjoy your music up to 25 hours on two AA batteries. Stereo headphones, as well as a belt clip, are included.Read more

Features

  • An affordable way to take music with you wherever you go
  • Up to 25 hours of battery life from 2 AA batteries
  • Analog AM/FM tuner
  • Mega-bass technology for deeper, richer sound
  • Slim design

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good things in small packages
I have had another radio/tapeplayer walkman before.It was a struggle to keep my stations tuned in and they were never static free.No problem with this one!The sound is of excellent quality for the size of the unit.I'm very happy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good for the price
Sony is one of the best electronic brands around. This Walkman is really easy to use, has good sound quality, and the batteries last a long time. The one thing I wish I had looked at was a Walkman that was AC/DC.

5-0 out of 5 stars Plays very well
I found this tape player to play very well; the sound is clear and the reliability is very good.For those that have cassettes and can't find them locally, I would defineately recommend this tape player! ... Read more


3. Timex T617S Nature Sounds Auto Set CD Clock Radio with Smart Knob Tuning and MP3 Line In (Silver)
by Timex
Electronics
list price: $69.99 -- our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00080FO1M
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Equally suited to entertainment and utility, the Timex T617S is perfect for any bedroom or kitchen, offering accurate auto-set timekeeping, CD and radio playback, stereo speakers, onboard nature sounds, and an external audio input. The unit's stately silver finish and translucent CD door add visual touches of class, and its versatile CD playback modes include repeat and random play. Once plugged in, the clock will set itself, drawing on its factory-installed 100-year calendar (year/month/day, 2000 to 2099). The clock will even self-adjust for Daylight Savings time and leap years.Read more

Features

  • 2-alarm CD clock radio with 90-minute sleep timer; auto-set feature adjusts itself, including Daylight Savings and leap years
  • Auxiliary audio input accommodates an MP3 player, DVD player, cassette player, or other device
  • Sleep to radio, CD, nature sounds; wake to radio, CD, nature sounds, or buzzer
  • Stereo speakers, CD repeat and random play
  • Measures 8.1 x 6.7 x 5 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (27)

4-0 out of 5 stars Where's the 7/5/2 alarm?
When I bought this T617S from Best Buys, their placard distinctly said it had a 7/5/2 dual alarm. I went to BB today to verify I'm not crazy and it DOES say it has the 7/5/2 Dual Alarm but there's nothing about that in the manual. One of the main reasons I bought this clock was so it would only go off on weekdays. I feel ripped off. Other than that, I really like this guy.
2-0 out of 5 stars Broke after a month, but it's a nice unit otherwise
Getting ready to send it back for warranty work.After just a month, the CD player pretty much stopped working all together.It sometimes will spin, play a little, then shut off.
5-0 out of 5 stars The ultimate -- don't listen to the whiners
I bought this clock for my daughter after reading the reviews with her of all the cd-rom alarm clocks on Amazon.All the features sounded incredable.Guess what -- they are!This clock is the ultimate, and she will probably keep it for most of her life.The nature sounds are great, the alarms are great, the sound quality is great, the MP3 input line and separate jack for headphones work great.We have had the clock for over 2 months now, and it was well worth the money.As for the negative reviews, take them with a grain of salt.There are whiners in every crowd. ... Read more


4. Tivoli Audio M3TPE Model Three AM/FM Clock Radio, Taupe/Cherry
by Tivoli Audio
Electronics
list price: $199.99 -- our price: $199.99
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Asin: B00009PLIM
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

For those who like to slumber in style, the Tivoli Model Three is the ultimate wake up call. With an understated cherry wood exterior, and large, easy-to-operate controls, the unit serves as a lesson in simplicity for other manufacturers who insist on making confusing, user-unfriendly clock radios. Although we had a few quibbles with some of the features, as well as the performance, of the Model Three, overall we recommend it is a wonderful bedside companion.Read more

Features

  • High-performance, easy-to-use analog clock radio with superior sound reproduction
  • Fine quartz mechanical movement ensures accurate timekeeping
  • 20-minute sleep timer, snooze button, and alarm thumbwheel
  • 3-inch full-range driver; expandable with optional stereo speaker and subwoofer
  • Measures 8.375 x 4.5 x 5.25 inches (W x H x D); 1-year warranty

Reviews (17)

2-0 out of 5 stars The bright clock light can be dimmed if you're willing to open up the Tivoli
The radio is great. The 120-second alarm wake-up problem seems to be fixed. But the clock light is way too bright. Turning it toward the wall makes the wall too bright. It's more like a dim night-light.
5-0 out of 5 stars overall... wonderful
Both the sound and the overall design and tactile experience justify the overall price. I have had other clock radios, but none that I have felt such a connection with. From the lights, to the buttons, to the wood, let alone sound, the radio gives the impression of quality in every aspect. After seeing the radio, and hearing it, and using it, I can not imagine owning any other bedside radio. This, I believe, is the mark of a great product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful looks, rich sound, excellent tuning.
As a carpenter I can tell you that the wood cabinet that this thing comes in is worth a hundred bucks alone--the Tivoli is, without a doubt, the best looking clock radio on the market and it will continue looking that way with the occasional dash of Pledge or whatever Tivoli tells you to use on the cabinet.
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5. Sony ICF-CD543RM Kitchen CD Clock Radio (Silver)
Electronics
list price: $79.99 -- our price: $74.99
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Asin: B00009EGBL
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Sony has the perfect addition to your kitchen -- the ICF-CD543RM Kitchen CD Clock Radio. If you love listening to music, but just don't have the room for a stereo in your kitchen, then this device was built for you. The ICF-CD543RM features Sony's under-cabinet, interior design style. The space-saving slim look with silver accents houses a remarkably powerful little music system. The built-in dynamic bass reflex sound system delivers rich bass tones. The CD player will play all your standard audio CDs and CD-R/RW burned discs. With the four-band digital synthesized tuner, you can pick up AM/FM, TV, and weather broadcasts with crisp, clear reception.Read more

Features

  • Stylish, under-cabinet design saves space
  • Plays standard CD and CD-R/RW discs
  • Tune in AM/FM, TV, and weather channels
  • Built-in, easy set kitchen timer
  • Includes magnetic multi-function remote control

Reviews (26)

4-0 out of 5 stars Sony Kitchen CD Clock Radio
The product was easy to install and works as expected.The sound quality is good, but not great.We use it a few times a week, but mostly for talk radio as it's not really a HIFI system.Still, the sound is pretty good.The remote is a nice option.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Kitchen Clock Radio
This item is simply amazing.It is so slim and sleek and fits right under the cabinet.It was easy to install, has the CD option, which is great.. AND.. a remote. The Sony name, at this affordable price, who could ask for more?And at this very affordable price.. it makes a great gift too.

2-0 out of 5 stars Christmas Gift
I live in an urban area with generally good radio signals. The radio reception for this system is very poor.The AM antenna is internal and the power cord acts as the FM antenna.The reception is horrible. The unit does not accept an external antenna, so options are limited. All other features of the system work well but the radio is unusable. ... Read more

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6. Sony ICF-DVD57TV Under the Cabinet LCD-TV / DVD / CD Clock Radio
Electronics
list price: $599.95
Asin: B0007Y6AI0
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Bring multi-media entertainment into your kitchen with the Sony ICF-DVD57TV LCD-TV DVD/CD Clock Radio. The space-saving design mounts under a cabinet so your countertops won't be cluttered. The high-end stainless steel paneling matches today's popular kitchen designs and appliance styles and makes it durable and easy to clean.Read more

Features

  • Nine-inch, flip-down, color LCD screen delivers rich TV and DVD playback
  • Plays standard CD, CD-R/RW, DVD video, and DVD-R/RW discs
  • Tune TV with standard antenna or cable
  • Built-in, easy set kitchen timer
  • Includes full-function remote control

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Picture and Sound
We bought this to replace an older, CRT TV in our kitchen and have been extremely happy with it.More than I even thought we would.The picture quality is great and the fact it's a 9" vs most under cabinet TVs that are 7" makes a huge difference (that's nearly a 30% bigger screen).This is a bulkier unit than some, but that is because of the speakers and it makes a difference.The sound is amazing for a unit this size.The DVD has a great picture, plus it's a widescreen unit which is nice.The DVD keeps our little one entertained while we get her dinner ready.Both the FM and AM radio get great reception and that is due to an ingenious antennae built INTO the power cord, which is one less thing to worry about trying to find room for.Mounting wasn't nearly as hard as other reviews I've read (in fact I had it completely installed in about 10 minutes), but for standard 12" cabinets, it can stick out a little (in the front), but nothing grossly unattractive.I would suggest making your connections (cable or antennae) before actually securing to the cabinet instead of trying to screw in the coax with limited space in the rear.This unit is more expensive than some of the cheapo models, but the quality is there and in the long run you will save yourself headaches.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Sound and picture
This unit is a little to large to fit under a standard depth cabinet but fit under a corner cabinet with not problem.I picked this nit after comparing the picture and sound with the other available under cabinet unis.The sony is more expensie but a cut above in sound and picture quality.The sound and DVD/CD player are great.Radio reception is a little weak and I need to check with sony if there is a way to add an external antena.
1-0 out of 5 stars Looks nice til you go to try and install....
I don't understand how anyone could use this. Sony didn't consider standard cabinet sizes when they designed this?? There are 90 degree cables that you can get, but still the unit barely fits under our cabinets without any cables. Unless you mounted it in the corner or under a shelf that was extra deep, I wouldn't bother getting this. For the price, I want something that is convenient -- with the installation hassles, this was not. I ended up getting the RCA 9" tv -- it has an undercabint mount -- AND it's a lot cheaper. ... Read more


7. Teac SL-D80 Nostalgia CD Player with AM/FM Radio, Silver
Electronics
list price: $99.99
Asin: B0000UUR6M
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Relive the era of sock hops and soda jerks with this classic Teac '50s-style stereo system. The SL-D80 combines a mid-20th-century aesthetic (witness the jukebox-like front panel and classic chrome highlights) with a modern touch (a top-loading CD player), letting listeners tap into their CD catalogues while fondly remembering when 45s were all the rage. The system also includes an analog AM/FM tuner with a rotary dial and a pair of integrated stereo speakers. It's the CD player that steals the show, however, as it not only plays your favorite tunes, but also offers 20-track programming and shuffle play functions, letting you create a custom soundtrack or mix up your selections depending on your mood. Read more

Features

  • '50s-style stereo system with top-loading CD player and analog AM/FM tuner
  • Jukebox-like front panel includes rotary radio and volume dials and chrome stereo speakers
  • 20-track CD programming and shuffle play functions; 4-digit multifunction LED display
  • Built-in digital clock with alarm and sleep timer (30-, 60-, and 90-minute settings)
  • Includes 3.5 mm headphone jack; measures 11.69 x 6.81 x 7.09 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Unit. . Terrible FM
What the other two reviewers say about this CD/radio is basically true.Good sound.Unique, good looks.Simple controls (though some buttons and text are quite tiny).However, the FM tuner on mine is truly terrible - unlistenable on most stations.Using this radio, a few strong stations drown out almost everything else on the dial, giving you what sounds like multiple stations on top of each other.Don't even consider this product if listening to FM is important to you.By the way, this is not an "alarm clock".It has a clock but no alarms.
5-0 out of 5 stars great product/cool look
Like the previous poster, my husband and I were looking for a radio/CD player for our newly remodeled kitchen. We looked at a lot of the undercounter ones and didn't like the way they looked and furthermore, none really fit in our space, due to undercounter lights.So, we then started to look for small radios that would fit on our countertop.After spending thousands and thousands to demolish our galley kitchen, and update with all new layout, new countertops and all new stainless stell appliances, the last thing we wanted was a big clunky boom box cluttering up are improved, but still limited counter space.I did a lot of internet searching and stumbled upon this TEAC.We absolutely love it.First, the retro look is great.It blends seamlessly with our new kitchen.Second, the sound is very good for a radio this small.Obviously, it's not perfect, but for the price, is outstanding.We have received many, many compliments on the "look" and "sound".

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Look and Sound... Get it Before It's Gone
My wife and I had been looking at under the counter, space-saver CD/radio units for some time, with mixed results.They're not found in stores except around the holidays, and we received one such unit as a gift.I don't mind telling you that the gift, a GPX, was possibly the worst piece of garbage ever.Neither the CD nor the radio on it worked out of the box.Further investigation of Amazon reviews found some troubling trends among better-name manufacturers: while the sound was OK on these under the counter units, the reliability looked spotty at best.
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Subjects:  1. Home Decor    2. Clocks   


8. Timex 3400T Indiglo Portable LCD Intrusion Alarm Clock
by Timex
Electronics
list price: $11.95
Asin: B0002Q7I2U
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

With its tiny size and clear, 1-inch LCD, Timex's 3400T portable digital clock is a perfect travel companion. The clock's cool Indiglo display is easy on your eyes when you check it in the dark. Enjoy 1-minute to 4-hour naps with the unit's handy nap timer, and select from either 12- or 24-hour clock settings. The clock runs on 2 AAA batteries (not included) and measures 2.5 x 4 x 2.125 inches (W x H x D).Read more

Features

  • 1" LCD display
  • Bright Indigo night light on demand
  • Nap timer setting from 1 minute to 4 hours
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries
  • 2.5" x 2 1/8" x 4"

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Gains time..And Display isnt very clear
Bought this despite mixed reviews from previous customers. As mentioned by others it gains approximately 3-4 min in a week. Also the Indiglo display isnt that great. It is very hard to see the time display during the day. Bottomline.. Always look through customer reviews and think hard and long if a product you are considering buying has bad reviews.

5-0 out of 5 stars does what I want
I wanted to set a timer for certain events. This does exactly what I want very well, at a very fair price. After reading the reviews, I had expected it to gain or lose minutes each day, which would be ok with me, but have had it for a month or so and it keeps the correct time. Pleasant design, works fine, I am pleased.

3-0 out of 5 stars missing 1 thing
its nice, big screen display but it doesn't have a snozze button.can't have an alarm clock without a snozze. ... Read more


9. Am/fm Alarm Clock Radio
Kitchen
list price: $14.99 -- our price: $10.51
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Asin: B00006I55X
Sales Rank: 1126
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Analog AM/FM tuning
  • Choose whether you want to wake with radio or buzzer
  • Volume control
  • Easy time adjustment controls
  • Requires 110-Volt AC

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great alarm clock
I got this clock for my 7 year old son.It's was a good price, it's easy for him to use and works great!

5-0 out of 5 stars Functional, Stylish and a Bargain Too
I am delighted with this modernistic, functional, well-constructed clock radio with its large display. It includes all the expected features, is easy to operate and is quite stylish. Even if it were not selling at a bargain price, I would be happy to purchase it and enjoy its many features, high quality and distinctive appearance.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this!!!
I bought the clock and when it arrived the numbers would not light up, so I returned it for a new one.A few days later the new clock arrived and I could set the time or turn the radio off.I suggest you go with a brand name. ... Read more


10. Timex 3661T Easy Reader Quartz Analog Alarm Clock
by Timex
Electronics
list price: $13.95
Asin: B0006G0USA
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Editorial Review

Combining a traditional analog face with a sleek silver frame, the Timex 3661T Easy Reader clock is just the ticket for people who need a basic alarm with few bells and whistles. The clock, which includes a large, lighted dial that's easy to read even in dark conditions, offers such essentials as an ascending alarm and a repeating snooze button. The former is nice for folks who don't want to wake to a full-volume beep, but rather a slowly escalating beep that gets louder the longer you ignore it. The latter, meanwhile, lets you catch a few extra Z's on groggy mornings. Best of all, the alarm clock is completely portable--it operates on a single AA battery--so you can take it on road trips or move it from room to room.Read more

Features

  • Straightforward analog alarm clock with sleek silver frame
  • Large, lighted dial is easy to read any time of day or night
  • Ascending alarm starts softly then grows progressively louder
  • Repeating snooze button for slow risers; runs on 1 AA battery
  • Measures 4.5 x 4.5 x 3.5 inches (W x H x D) including stand

11. jWin JL-CD811 CD Clock Radio
Electronics
list price: $39.99 -- our price: $31.14
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Asin: B0009ETWH4
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Take your wake-up music out of the hands of DJs and create your own morning soundtrack with this jWin CD clock radio. Compatible with CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs, the JL-CD811 plays both prerecorded and custom-burned albums, so you can build song compilations on your computer and listen to them through the radio's side speakers. As an alternative, you can turn to the digital AM/FM tuner to enjoy such standbys as NPR, talk radio news, and drive-time morning hosts, or simply set the alarm to sound an old-school buzzer each morning. And thanks to such CD playback options as repeat (one and all tracks) and random play, the device excels in non-alarm locations as well, such as in kitchens or garages. All this in a stylish, modern housing that takes up a minimum of space (the device measures 8.66 by 3.31 by 7.86 inches).Read more

Features

  • Stylish clock radio with top-loading CD player and digital AM/FM tuner
  • Supports CD, CD-R, and CD-RW formats; dual alarm function for 2-person households
  • Playback functions include random play and repeat (1 and all tracks) play
  • Easy-to-read jumbo LCD screen; adjustable sleep timer (59 minutes max)
  • 9-volt battery backup; measures 8.66 by 3.31 by 7.86 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (11)

1-0 out of 5 stars Backyard electronics
I bought this radio mostly for the large display, digital tuner and CD player.The large display is too bright with no decent dimming feature.The digital tuner is deceptive as it's a dial with an LCD display and a pain to zero in on some stations, because its really a legacy dial tuner.The antenna is weak!The CD player would NOT read many CD's that were new or in excellent condition.
3-0 out of 5 stars Display could be better
The clock display does not match the photo above.The dark (background) area is actually lit up (a darker blue than the clock numerals) and it lights up the entire room at night.Audio quality is loud and clear, pretty good for the price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Useless
Don't buy this alarm clock!This CD alarm clock was a huge disappointment for me.
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12. Teac SR-L50 CD Player/Radio with Remote
Electronics
list price: $249.99 -- our price: $161.79
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Asin: B0000DIZYQ
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This tabletop CD player/radio combo highlights a 3-inch subwoofer with a variable bass boost, for excellent low frequency reproduction. There's also a quartz PLL-synthesized AM/FM tuner with a 20-station memory, a disc-preserving drawer type CD loader, an illuminated LCD display, and repeat and shuffle play functions. The clock comes with timer, sleep, and snooze functions. Teac also includes a remote control, so you can run the device from your chair. ... Read more

Features

  • 3-inch built-in subwoofer with variable bass boost provides the lower frequencies missing from most tabletop audio units
  • Drawer-loading CD mechanism
  • Repeat (one/all ), shuffle play
  • 10 FM, 10 AM station memory
  • Clock, time, sleep, snooze functions

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars just okay
Good radio and CD player.But it doesn't play most MP3 cds that my other system plays. It was also gigantic so try to get an accurate measurement before you buy this. Not a typical bedside radio. The system sounds great though.I think it's not worth the tag price.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good table radio
I read a trusted review website that has the Teac SR-L50 as the best sounding table radio for its price (<$150).
5-0 out of 5 stars What Hum???
Just purchased this beautiful unit today, and have been listening to every type of music conceivable (no, not hip-hop or rap, I said music!) since I got it home. First, I brought out the Goodman 1938 concert in Carnegie Hall -- Goodman, Harry James, Lionel Hampton, Gene Krupa sound AMAZING, as does my very old vinyl recording. And of course I had to listen to the "1812 Overture" done by the LA Philharmonic using real cannon rather than the drums normally used...incredible!The highs are clear with no distortion, as is the bass (no muddy, distracting thumping). And, unlike so many units on the market today, the mid-ranges are also excellent. I really like being able to adjust the bass to the music, and the bass boost is very satisfying. In addition, when the volume is turned up, there is no annoying distortion. And did I mention that there's an audio input on the back? My vinyl and cassettes sound almost as good as my CDs. Can't see what time it is when the unit is on? So what, I bought it for the sound, not the time...I've got clocks for that. I would recommend this unit to anyone who is looking for a beautifully designed unit that sounds every bit as good as it looks. A definite thumbs up!!! ... Read more

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13. Timex T609S Dual-Alarm CD Clock Radio with MP3 Audio Input (Silver)
by Timex
Electronics
list price: $49.99 -- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00080FO1C
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

With its stylish sheen and translucent CD door, the Timex T609S is one cool looking CD clock radio. And, thanks to its stereo 2.5-inch speakers, onboard nature sounds, and external audio input, the unit sounds great, too. Now you can fall asleep or wake to your choice of a favorite radio station, a favorite CD track, or any of the unit's 4 nature sounds: ocean surf, rushing brook, forest birds, and wind chimes. Its dual alarms function completely independently, so both can be set for radio, nature sounds, etc. Like to snooze? Then you'll love the clock's user-adjustable snooze mode, which lets you keep sleeping for anywhere from 6 minutes to a full hour (careful there) per whack, in 6-minute increments.Read more

Features

  • 2-alarm stereo CD clock radio with 90-minute sleep timer
  • Auxiliary audio input accommodates an MP3 player, DVD player, cassette player, or other device
  • Sleep to radio, CD, nature sounds, or external input; wake to radio, CD, nature sounds, or buzzer
  • CD repeat and random play, 20-track CD programming
  • Measures 6.9 x 6.9 x 8.7 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars details
Just to clarify a few details for those picky consumers like myself...
1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money - 0 stars!
CD player stopped working after a couple of weeks of use.After 5 months of use the clock was running 3 minutes fast and when I tried to change the time it did not allowed me to do it.This item is a piece of garbage.

2-0 out of 5 stars Poor LCD display on this clock makes it not worth buying.
I really like all the functions available on this clock. The one complaint I have is the LCD display.
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14. Conair TCR200MS Clock Radio Telephone (Metallic Silver)
by Conair/Southwest Bell
Electronics
list price: $27.95
Asin: B00009V3ZA
Sales Rank: 8524
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Last number redial
  • Illuminated dial
  • AM/FM radio
  • Oversized LED alarm clock
  • Battery backup

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Bought twice, Returned twice!!
I bought this two times and had to return it both times.The numbers on the handset were only lit up for three numbers, not all of them! When they sent me a new one, it did the same thing!Too bad, as it otherwise looked like an okay product for the price.I didn't want to bother trying a third one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for what it is
Great for the night stand.LOUD alarm (I am deaf in one ear, the alarm must be loud), fine basic phone.For 17.99 it is great!

3-0 out of 5 stars it's not waking me!!
the alarm is just too soft, not doing the job of waking me. Also the radio's always static. ... Read more


15. Jensen JCR-700 Digital AM/FM Shower Clock Radio with CD Player
by Jensen
Electronics

Asin: B00005R1AA
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Squeeze in some quality music listening as you start or end your day, with Jensen's JCR-700 shower CD player. The unit sports backlit LCD and a built-in AM/FM radio with 20 station presets (10 FM, 10 AM) for 1-button tuning to your favorite morning programs. Drift-free PLL (phase-lock-loop) tuning gives you clear reception every time.. It comes with hangers to hang from the shower head or curtain rail, or it can be wall mounted with the included bracket. The unit also comes with a base stand which makes it equally at home in the kitchen, den, garage or just about anywhere you want to enjoy your favorite radio tunes.Read more

Features

  • AM/FM Receiver with 10AM + 10FM Pre-sets and Digital Tuning, Back-lit LCD Display
  • Vertical Loading CD Player, Play, Pause, Stop, Skip Forward/Back, Programmable Memory, Repeat 1 or All
  • Headphone Jack
  • Power: 6 x 'C' (UM-2) (Not Included), AC Adaptable (AC Adaptor not Included)
  • Size: 12-1/2" (H) x 6-1/4" (W) x 6" (D)

Reviews (8)

2-0 out of 5 stars Only lasted a short time
This radio only worked well for about 6 months, then it died. I replaced the batteries with brand new ones, and it still wouldn't work. It was never dropped, but stopped working. I only got some of the stations, it couldn't pick up a lot of them. It is a little big and bulky, especially for the shower area. I've had other radios (non shower type) for 15 years and never had a problem. I would never buy another one for the shower, they just don't last.

5-0 out of 5 stars JENSEN® STEREO SHOWER CLOCK RADIO AND CD PLAYER
HANG IT ON A WALL... OR STAND IT ON A TABLE/COUNTER!
1-0 out of 5 stars Broke right of the box
I got this as a Xmas gift and it has yet to work right.I tried using it in the bathroom and for the first 5min the radio actually worked then nothing, just shut off.I haven't been able to turn it on since then.Neither radio or CD function will turn on which is odd considering the clock and backlight function still work fine. Don't know if there's some special buttons I'm supposed to be using besides the On/Off one. Also the model doesn't appear on the Jensen website, am planning on exchange for another model. ... Read more


16. Sony ICF-CD837 AM/FM Stereo Clock Radio with CD Player (White)
Electronics
list price: $69.99
Asin: B0007XHLZW
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Want to wake up in style, with your favorite music? Check out the Sony ICF-CD837. The LED clock display makes it easy to read the time with those bleary, morning eyes. Plus, variable brightness control allows you to turn the display down at night, while dual alarm settings let you set separate wake-up times. Enhanced wake modes mean you can wake to a buzzer alarm, birdsong, a rushing river, the AM/FM radio, or your favorite CD track. And the audio department on the ICF-CD837 is no slouch, with two stereo speakers plus a subwoofer unit-- all built into a single, sleek unit. Five station presets make it easy to find your favorite radio stations fast, or just pop in a CD when you want to catch some tunes throughout the day. There's even a headphone jack for private listening. ... Read more

Features

  • Easy-to-read LED display
  • Dual alarm settings, snooze bar
  • Wake to radio, buzzer alarm, birdsong, rushing river or CD audio
  • Adjustable display brightness
  • Stereo speakers, plus a built-in subwoofer

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great clock, so so CD and radio quality
My daughter falls asleep to a CD every night on a boombox, so when we decided she needed a clock in her room too, we replaced the boombox with this CD clock radio. The CD quality will suffice for a child, but for those adults who may want to turn up the volume every so often, you will probably be disappointed. I don't use the radio because we have really bad reception with mountains just south of us, but a digital tuner would have been nice. And what's with the built-in subwoofer? Amazon shows this as a feature but I have yet to find anything in my manual about it. Maybe I'm blind...but I'm not deaf...it certainly does NOT have the sound of a subwoofer. I would like to see a dual alarm LED with excellent CD sound, digital tuner, nap feature and nature sounds.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sony Does It Again!
I'm a big fan of Sony products. This Sony clock radio is worth every penny. The am/fm reception is very good. The cd player is not only user friendly but sounds great! Although, this is not a high end table radio costing hundreds more! For @ $50 bucks you can't go wrong!

4-0 out of 5 stars CD-AM/FM Clock Radio by SONY
Really like the large digitial clock display. Enjoy all phases of music with the cd player. Worth the money ... Read more


17. COBY CD-RA185 Digital AM/FM Alarm Clock Radio with CD Player & Caller ID
Electronics (01 June, 2006)
list price: $49.99 -- our price: $46.70
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002IYQAU
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Convenient for guest rooms, dorms, or anywhere space is at a premium, the Coby CDRA185 combines a table's worth of electronics into a single bedside unit. The included wall-mounting bracket doubles your display options; all you need is to plug in a phone cord and the power adapter and you'll be up and running. Read more

Features

  • Top Loading CD Player/Programmable track memory
  • Big full digital LED display/Clock radio
  • Dual alarm function/Snooze function
  • Built in night light/70 memory caller ID Phone
  • One touch call back from Caller ID

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice!
My order was shipped quickly and with adequate protection for the item.The company notified me of the day my order was shipped and provided me with a tracking number for this item.I am very pleased with my new telephone and would not hesitate to do business again with J&R Music World!

1-0 out of 5 stars the phone of the century
First off the phone had really bad static in the ear piece,and I know I'm half blind but even my husband couldnt read the LCD on the phone.I really liked the cd option. But I really couldnt get past, not being able to hear what the person on the other end of the phone was saying. So I sent it back.Now I'm looking for another.

1-0 out of 5 stars Broke early on
Started out being satisfied with having a unit that worked fine, but wasn't super-great with lots of bells and whistles (which is what I expected, for what I paid for it).I liked that it saved space and was easy to use, and had the features I was looking for.I expected the sound quality to reflect the small speakers, which it did, but it still wasn't bad.I liked the night light feature, too.However, the phone stopped working, rarely registering a dial tone, and when it did, sound quality on the phone was very scratchy and would cut in and out.And of course, I had forgotten to send in the warranty card, so my money was wasted in a matter of a few months.I like having a phone by my bed, so I decided to stop using the Coby unit altogether.
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18. Sony LIV CD Clock Radio - ICFCD855LIV2
Electronics
list price: $79.99
Asin: B0001ML85S
Sales Rank: 39426
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Features

  • LCD display with brightness control
  • Four band digital tuner
  • Five direct access buttons and 25 station presets
  • CD player with CD/RW playback
  • Dual alarm with individual settings

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19. Timex T601G Nature Sounds Clock Radio (Stereo CD Player,Digital Tuning,AM/FM Radio)
by Timex
Electronics
list price: $98.99
Asin: B00005MKSW
Sales Rank: 36640
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Wake (or sleep) to CD, nature sounds, or AM/FM radio
  • 3-inch stereo speakers
  • 18 station presets
  • Triple-alarm system
  • Sure Alarm battery backup system

Reviews (10)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not a Good Purchase
I bought this expecting a decent CD player and clock radio combo. The CD player hardly played any of my CDs and after about a month stopped playing any at all. It started buzzing, and the clock controls are rediculous. I threw it in the garbage. Buy a different one.
3-0 out of 5 stars Mostly a winner
I bought this to replace my ten year old Sony Dream Machine which was, at the time, the best alarm clock out there. My main requirement was no analog anything. The Sony's analog volume control slowly died making the radio inaudiable when it was supposed to wake me up so I didn't want to deal with this again.
3-0 out of 5 stars Really great product, but....
I like the sound quality and the choices of realistic nature sounds, radio or CD to listen to. I like that the display can be dimmed easily if it's too bright. For dependable Timex alarm clock quality, it can't be beat. Read more


20. GPX KCCD3004DP Under-Cabinet CD Player with AM/FM Tuner
by GPX, Inc.
Electronics
list price: $69.99 -- our price: $63.52
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Asin: B0006BBHTQ
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Designed specifically for space-challenged users, such as dorm room residents or listeners with overstuffed bedrooms, this GPX CD player and clock radio mounts beneath a cabinet or other wooden surface to deliver enjoyable audio from an out-of-the-way location. The device comes with a mounting template, screws, and spacers, and its extremely slim chassis takes up virtually no space while still offering most of the essential features that listeners expect. The front-loading device delivers CD programming for both audio CDs and CD-Rs, along with a backlit digital LCD display. The AM/FM tuner also transmits weather and TV bands, so listeners can catch up on the audio of their favorite TV programs or track the weather throughout the day. The onboard clock features a timer, sleep timer, and alarm, the last of which users can coordinate with the CD, radio, or traditional buzzer tone. In addition, the system's membrane keypad is easy to operate, with soft-touch controls that respond gently to a listener's touch. Read more

Features

  • Ultra-slim under-cabinet CD player with digital clock and AM/FM tuner
  • CD player features 20-track programming, repeat and random play, and song skip/search
  • Receives AM/FM stations, audio TV bands, and weather channels
  • Easy-to-clean membrane keypad with soft-touch operation
  • Includes built-in stereo speakers and soft-touch remote; 90-day warranty

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Save your pennies until you can get the Sony!
We bought one a couple years back, and returned it in less than a week.The reception was poor, the CD player quit working, and even when it did, the sound quality was tinny and shallow.We were almost glad to have an excuse to bring it back--though none to pleased with our holes in the cabinet!
1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this product!
I ordered this cd player/radio to mount under my kitchen cabinets.The cd player would not open.We had already made holes in the cabinets.They sent me a replacement which was also broken.The cd player will not work.I have been informed that none of them work due to a defect.So I can't take it down and send it back because I have made holes in the cabinets.

2-0 out of 5 stars It works but poor tuner
Well, there is no way to improve the very poor tuner.. unable to get even the strongest stations without some other station stepping on it. CD player works if you move the secret switch on the side- Very poor monoral sound.. no real stereo.. kind of sound like a kids toy. Mounting, however, was a real treat- no prob at all and very straightforward. Still, all you have is a second rate unit. ... Read more


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