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The component stereo system with a soul.

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Regular Price: $599.98

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Building upon the Model Two® stereo, the RadioCombo™ system adds a perfectly matched CD player, creating a high-fidelity audio system without peer. “Tivoli Audio systems are modular, and look terrific. The combination offers superb sound and doesn’t overload you with buttons and knobs.” (Wired)

Accurate tonal balance and bass response come from a frequency-contouring circuit that balances output over the full audio spectrum. “For those who savor great sound with Tivoli’s penchant for simplicity and minimalism, the RadioCombo simply can’t be beat.” (Radio World)

As with all Tivoli Audio® products, the RadioCombo system is compatible with iPod and other players. Give yourself – or someone else deserving – the stereo that sounds even better than it looks.

An external FM antenna and external AC power supply are included. One year warranty. Offered in Walnut/Beige, Black Ash/Silver, and Cherry/Metallic Taupe.

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11.79 lbs


  • 3" full range magnetically-shielded speaker
  • 5:1 ratio analog tuning dial
  • AC/DC operation
  • Amber LED tuning indicator
  • Auxiliary input
  • Balance control
  • Bass ports
  • Credit card–sized remote control
  • Front loading CD player
  • Furniture grade wood cabinet
  • Henry Kloss analog AM/FM tuner
  • Jack for external FM antenna
  • Mix input
  • One year warranty
  • Separate stereo speaker
  • Subwoofer output
  • Volume controlled headphone output
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Inside the box

  • Model Two Stereo Radio
  • Model CD
  • One (1) Power Supply
  • User Guide
  • Warranty Card
  • Adhesive Backed Rubber Feet
  • External Wire FM Antenna
  • Remote Control (Battery Included)
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4 Reviews

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  • Written by Gary Mercatante

    Great little system!

    I have had this system for several years (including the subwoofer) and have been tremendously pleased with it. At the time, I couldn't afford a full blown stereo system, nor did I have the space for it, so I decided to take this and "run with it". Not only do I have the subwoofer hooked up to it, I also plug my TV into it (huge improvement in the sound!) and have a turntable hooked in there as well. I literally adapted this so-called "table radio" into a complete stereo system. And it all sounds good too! This is truly a fantastic product and I can only think that it has improved since I purchased it. Only drawback is that the numbers on the radio tuning dial are very difficult to see because the print does not stand out very well. I noticed though, somewhere along the line, the models that are available now have this minor inconvenience corrected. Buy one and be amazed!

    Overall Rating: 5 out of 5

    Design 3 out of 5
    Features 5 out of 5
    Ease of Use 5 out of 5
    Audio Quality 5 out of 5
  • Written by Jim

    Great little system

    Forget Bose, this is real sound coming through real audio gear. With the subwoofer, which I think does make a difference, though the system sounds good even without it, you have a full audio system that can fill a small or medium room, even a big one if its for background. Have had mine for about 7 years and when the left channel stopped working intermittently, I paid the service fee, sent the unit in, and expected to hear "sorry, it's toast, buy another one." Instead, four days after I sent it in, a NEW system (Model Two) was at my door. Tivoli wants happy customers and they've got one here. That's why I've bought a bunch of their stuff for friends and relatives who needed to be protected from Bose-land.

    Overall Rating: 5 out of 5

    Design 5 out of 5
    Features 5 out of 5
    Ease of Use 5 out of 5
    Audio Quality 5 out of 5
  • Written by Michael Cascanet, CPT, USAR (Ret.)

    Cost/Benefit Winner

    Recently bought a used Model II system including the CD player and subwoofer to replace an aging boom-box in a large farmhouse kitchen where I spend most of my waking hours listening to FM and CDs. The system is small enough to fit on a window sill but the audio quality is surprisingly good. My main stereo system (located in a room far from the kitchen) includes Klipsch speakers and vacuum tube electronics. You could say that I have high sonic standards.

    Strengths: Good looking, very compact, sound is balanced, believable, and able to project into a relatively large room. Hookup is foolproof. CD unit has an informative display and includes a full-function remote control. FM includes both an internal and external antenna which you should experiment with for reception in your particular area. Beats the pants off (sonically speaking) any boom-box or table radio of similar size I've ever heard.

    Weaknesses: In my rural, low-signal FM area the stations tend to drift resulting in changing noise levels. I minimize this with careful tuning and repositioning the supplied external antenna.

    Due hearing losses relating to my age and the design decision not to incorporate a high frequency transducer (tweeter) into the speaker cabinets, I find that the high frequency response is lacking. I can live with that since the overall audio reproduction of this unit is very good.

    I have read reviews that say the subwoofer makes little or no difference to the low end. If you listen mainly to the radio, you may not want or need the subwoofer. If you listen to CDs - especially organ music or anything with bass guitar or kick drums, I would recommend buying the subwoofer. The difference is subtle but well worth the money.

    Tips: Due to the small gauge of the unshielded signal wires used to connect the radio and CD player to the speakers you should route the connecting cables away from the power supply cords. If you don't do this you may hear 60 cycle hum and buzz through your speakers. If your FM drifts experiment with the internal/external antenna including moving your external antenna to a different position.

    Bottom Line: I am very pleased with my Tivoli system overall and would recommend it to anyone who wants a good system at a reasonable price.

    Overall Rating: 5 out of 5

    Design 5 out of 5
    Features 5 out of 5
    Ease of Use 5 out of 5
    Audio Quality 5 out of 5
  • Written by Mark


    Nice units, i also have the sub-woofer. the base is a bit weak but all in all nice sound for sure, especially out of the CD or an AUX input product. A little pricey for what the systems is but if found on-sale, good stuff

    Overall Rating: 4 out of 5

    Design 5 out of 5
    Features 4 out of 5
    Ease of Use 4 out of 5
    Audio Quality 4 out of 5