"Extremely Pleased with Unit"4.5 starson by nycboy0156
Pros: Separate Sub-woofer for super deep base, base and treble control, External jack for plugging in other components like CD or mp3 devices.
Cons: Alarm goes off at full volume you set
Summary: I've had the cambridge model "without the CD player" for 3 years now. There was an offer to try for 30 days free so I ordered one. At only two hundred dollars I could not resist the temptation to try it out. I was pleasantly surprised when it arrived. Right out of the box the sound was comparable to the Bose which cost me more than twice that amount. It actually had more base than the bose because of the built in sub-woofer. I liked the fact that I could control the base and treble and the loudness of the thing was comparable to a juke box at a local bar. Since I have difficulty waking to alarms this was the perfect solution. You can set the snooze to the number of minutes you like. You can set the dual alarms independently of each other, one can turn on at a volume of say 22 and the other at 42 (for instant irreversible deafness). I've had the unit for more than two years now and am completely satisfied with it's performance, it only failed to wake me once. My fault of course, not the units. The unit sounds magnificent at any volume, but even when low the sound completely fills the room with rich base and crisp highs. Best of all I did not feel like I had been overcharged as was the case with my Bose. The cambridge was a real bargain for the money, a mere two hundred before they started "forcing" the i-dock on customers which I have no use for. If it were not for the uselless i-dock I would certainly have bought another one at the same price. Would I recomment it to a friend, most definitely. If you want exceptional sound without paying and arm and a leg, this is the way to go.