4.5 x 8.375 x 5.25 in
With Tivoli Audio’s Model One BT with Bluetooth wireless technology, simply switch to the Auxiliary position and after initial pairing, start listening to your favorite music wirelessly. It’s that simple.
"Several years ago while working ..."
Several years ago while working at night in a nursing home I heard the Model One. One of my residents always had it on to a classical station at very low volume, yet the sound was so full ranged and clear that I was astounded. When I looked at it, I thought, 'Oh, it's older, that must be why it has such amazing sound quality.' But, after looking closer I realized it was new. I wanted that perfect sound quality and eventually ordered one. I have been very happy as it is able to pull in a station that on other radios is difficult to get... but at times especially when windy, it struggles to bring in the station without static. I was disappointed that it did not come with the axillary antenna that was present in the picture when I ordered. A note was enclosed that said one could be purchased for fifteen dollars. Now, at the web site, I don't find the antenna available. This is my only frustration with my purchase.
"Exchanged my old model for ..."
Exchanged my old model for the new Model with Bluetooth. Easy to play my music from my ipad and phone.
"I've had this next to ..."
I've had this next to my bed for over a month now and I'm very pleased with it. I was pretty shocked at the cost and thankfully I was offered one through Vine. First off from the moment you open the box it screams quality and really looks great, it is very basic looking, but I do like the minimalist look and it's not going to look out of date in a few years time like many jazzy looking electrical items do. Given the cost you will want it to be your clock radio for a long time. The sound quality is excellent and as good as good as some stereos I have owned in the past. Setting it up was quite difficult, but with perseverance and the instructions I got there in the end. 4 stars seems about right.
"Needed a new alarm clock ..."
Needed a new alarm clock and figured what better opportunity than to upgrade to a stereo system. Already an owner of a model 1 with cd and a songbook, I looked at the model 10. I was able to locate it through a credit card rewards program and went for it. Not only does it sound just as good as the Model 1 it keeps great time, has two alarms that can be set for daily or weekends, with independent volume and station settings. The sleep function is great, and its volume does not effect the alarm settings, great for quiet evenings, and loud wakeup (just what I need). Though some functions are available only through the remote, after a few days I really does not bother me. Just a great system.
"This is the best radio ..."
This is the best radio one can buy for the office. The sound clarity is amazing, and the reception is excellent (even if you're surrounded by glass and steel| as I am). Even at acceptably low volumes, the bass comes through well. You'll never miss stereo sound; the mono speaker provides such rich reproduction that one could mistake it for a home rack system.
"Great small room radio. Beautiful ..."
Great small room radio. Beautiful color. Tuning dial a little finicky sometimes but I like the aesthetics better than digital. Sound very clean and intelligible.
"I've just streamed my Spotify ..."
I've just streamed my Spotify playlist through my new Model One Radio and it was brilliant. Plus I received at call on Skype and the clarity of the call was remarkable!
"I've had my Model One ..."
I've had my Model One for years. Great sound from such a small box. Analog tuner won't support HD sub-channels, but it allows for "on frequency" tuning for a new local station that formerly was analog TV channel 6 audio and operates on 87.75 MHz . . . which a digital tuner won't tune in accurately for best fidelity. I leave my Model One tuned there most of the time.
"My Dad worked for KLH ..."
My Dad worked for KLH back in the 60's and won the original Model One radio after naming their company newsletter "The Printed Circuit". It was played constantly in our kitchen while growing up. It still works today with the same great sound, 45 years later! My sister inherited that radio| which is why I purchased the new Model One. Same great sound, similar look and coloring of the original. Lots of great memories associated with the radio. I would highly recommend this purchase.
"Sometimes quality and simplicity outweigh ..."
Sometimes quality and simplicity outweigh new tech. We've enjoyed Tivoli radios for years often giving them as gifts. Just picked up a new Model One for my office. Sure I have a desktop and tablet with all sorts of programs and streams for music and each method towards listening requires turning it on, setting it up, keeping it running, etc. all not difficult but a task to say the least. The alternative is turning the on switch on. That's it! Great sound. My favorite station. Couldn't be simpler.
"I'm a walking antique from ..."
I'm a walking antique from the era of Henry Kloss, KLH, and Acoustic Research - back when hi-fi was in it's infancy and a geek cult thing. Got a copy of the Model One in 2000, and still find it to be among the best. Simple and effective, with truly beautiful sound. Now if these old ears can just keep up.
"Growing up my parents favorite ..."
Growing up my parents favorite radio was the KLH Model 8, Designed by Henry Kloss and built in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Model Eight was produced from 1960-1965. Kloss had earlier co-founded the Acoustic Research company, creator of the acoustic suspension speaker (a speaker sealed inside an air-tight cabinet). Shortly before his passing, Kloss teamed up with Tivoli to create the Model One and it is a true reproduction of the original KLH. I own 3 of them and they are the best radio in the house!
"Could not happier with this ..."
Could not happier with this lovely little table radio. For those wondering about mono, have no fear! The Model One BT sounds great. Of course it features room-filling sound, and the rich timbre of that sound is nothing short of impressive. The analogue tuner is the perfect antidote to the PLL tuning that seems to be everywhere these days. Switches move with a satisfying thunk. And its look dresses up anyplace you set it. (N.B., The bottom-firing subwoofer/bass port is a potent one, so you may need to set the radio on a few different spots before deciding on a permanent home for your BT.)