Cambridge SoundWorks Radio 705 Video
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The good: Stylish retro design dominated by oversize tuning dial; 30-minute sleep timer; auxiliary line-in enables the unit to double as an iPod speaker; plays nice and loud; ultrasimple operation.
The bad: No clock or alarm; no favorites presets; doesn't tune in low-power stations as well as the competition; monaural sound.
The bottom line: The Cambridge SoundWorks Radio 705 will primarily appeal to those who prefer its retro analog design.
Cambridge SoundWorks Radio 705 (onyx) Specs
Part number: C1705NDG
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