"A dedicated Chamber Music table top radio?!"2.0 starson by techgal21
Pros: I only paid $95 for one in almost brand new condition.
Cons: Plenty of hype.
Summary: I am disappointed with this player. The midrange is all sucked out, so what you are left with are highs that are a bit too bright and bass that is a bit too boomy. And no tone controls -- yikes! This unit sells new for almost $1,200 and is just a VERY high priced large table radio. The sound is not musical at all. If you want something musical, for about $400 you can buy a Denon D-M33S which, granted, is not a table radio but is a micro system with very nice sound. And if sound quality is not your first priority then surely there MUST be something much less expensive out there. How about a Cambridge Soundworks player for under $300. They are all currently on sale. In fact I may get a Soundworks for comparison. If I do, I will post a review and then you might look for my Wave radio on ebay.
If you want something that says Bose so that you can show it off and brag about it, then this is the player for you. If not, stay away and find something that plays more than just chamber music.