Overall, quite satisfied with radio. Superior reception qualities and sound. Only con is that battery indicator is a little suspect. Will just keep journal on usage\/batteries and do it the old fashioned way.
Internet Radio (over 13,000 Stations)/FM-RDS Waveband
10 station presets (5 iRadio, 5 FM)
USB and MP3 playback
What our shoppers say:
Great internet Radio
After seeing the WIFI drop out complains with other internet radios, I decided to buy this one, and I am very happy with it. Has strong WIFI connection, it was easy to setup and connect to network. It has a great network of radio stations and lets you add other stations. preset buttons are very helpful.\n\nThe only minor issue I have is that the turning knob is for scrolling through the menu, and the push button are for changing the volume. This should be other way around like other radios and receivers. I also thought the manual was too wordy and not very clear. The actual setup was much easier. But regardless this radio is built well and works very well.
Great clock radio meets all possible expectations.
After reading many reviews of this clock radio I was fully prepared for a variety of problems. But, surprise! Absolutely none of them came true. This radio had an instruction manual that was reasonably easy to understand and quite complete. The lcd was both readable and easily dimmed or brightened. The sound quality was excellent. The FM captured all of the stations within my listening area loud and clear. The atomic clock took a little longer than I expected to capture the signal but it did capture it and works perfectly. The humane waking system works as designed and the alarms are easily programmed. I couldn't be happier - with all my research I actually made a very good decision in selecting this product.
Clock and alarm functions: wake to radio or buzzer
10 AM/FM memory presets
Can opperate on 9-14V DC power adapter (not included)
What our shoppers say:
Very good for a \"kitchen\" radio.
We bought this to be used in the kitchen for local news, weather, and background music. For that purpose this one is perfect. I wouldn't want it to be the main radio for listening to music on FM, but it very well suits the purpose for which it was purchased.
I have always bought cheap \"boom box\" radios with tinny sound and cheap components. I finally decided to buy a quality radio. This radio is small, but heavy. It is a quality piece of audio equipment. It comes with a remote control and has an attached AC cord. I wondered about that since it referred to a DC power adapter, but made no mention of an AC cord. 5 presets for AM and FM. The quality of the FM is great. My wife likes Country music and the sound is wonderful. I like talk radio and listen to AM. It is not so great. I get a whiny static after 5 PM and have no idea why. I looked on Google for info on making an AM antenna and made one for under $10 that works great and eliminates almost all of the static. Shipping is free and I ordered it on a Friday and got it the following Tuesday! No complaints at all.
Installed batteries the day I received it (alkalines - make sure you set the battery switch) and the display lit right up when I turned it on. Set the clock and checked other settings, then shut it off. Turned it on two days later to record a meeting, and could hardly see the display. Tried plugging in to A\/C in case batteries were bad, but no change. Tried adjusting brightness setting, but it didn't help. Assuming I just had one with a defective display which I could exchange, I tried recording the meeting. When I played back recording, there was such a loud buzzing sound that I could hardly hear the voices. Again, assuming there might have been something electronic in the room creating the buzz, I tried recording my own voice in a dead quiet room. Same problem. This device is being returned for refund. [Note: No rating on battery life because I didn't keep it long enough to find out.]