As soon as it goes off in the mornings, i'm awake instantly and i use the snooze button a few times until i'm sick of all the bed shaking going in lol. It def wakes me up.
Is removable/unpluggable and the cable is a good length. The vibration is gentle.
With the plethora of options, sleek look, and option to have physical feedback with the bed shaker, this one is worth your money. Only complaint is the batteries.
Easy to set up, brightness is adjustable, loudness is too. Display is nice and big but could be a little brighter.
This thing isnt even louder than my phones alarm, and my phone really *! It shakes nothing. I'm a very heavy sleeper so it's hard to wake up to just sound alone.
The base is good, not subwoofer good, but sounds adequate. They have a rear facing woofer that projects the sound very well. When you see a retro stereo or turntable, it's often the crosley brand.
Looks and feels sturdy and appealing. Good value for the money. The tray could stand to be faster. Other than that, it seems like a very good piece of gear.
Good cd player and blue tooth capability. It pairs with my tablet effortlessly.
Radio reception is excellent if you plug in the antenna. An upgraded fm antenna helps get the main classical station. Cd players are hard to find, especially one that isn't a boom box, portable and appropriate looking for the office.
Have to reset the time daily. The tray pulls the cd in, it recognizes that there is a disc in the tray and then it does nothing. Should have just thrown in the towel awhile back and got a refund.
The radio aerial is cheap and cannot spread into the standard t configuration for best reception. The radio has poor reception. Changing stations is much harder than it needs to be.
Playing a cd or using the radio only improves the sound quality to a basic acceptable level. For being as big as this thing is with 2 speakers and bass ports, it is the most tinny sounding speaker i have ever listened to. Makes me wonder if i have a f... Read More