Tivoli Audio SongBook Video
The Tivoli Audio iSongBook is attractively designed and offers decent features, but it should sound better at this price.
At CES 2012 David Carnoy takes a look at DBEST Bluetooth speaker around. It's the DBEST PS4001BT, a tiny, but decent-sounding speaker.
The high-quality sound and all-wood finish make the Tivoli Audio Networks an attractive Internet radio, but the high cost and design flaws may detour you from purchasing.
While not stereo, the iPod-friendly Tivoli Audio iPAL portable radio delivers full and rich sound.
The Roku SoundBridge Radio successfully combines a high-end AM/FM clock radio and a wireless digital audio receiver, but we'd like to see a few more extras at this price.
If you're looking for a decent speaker system to accompany your Walkman phone, there are few better options than the Sony Ericsson HDS-70 home audio system. Although its bulk limits its portability, it offers great sound quality and attractive features.
The Recepter Radio HD adds digital reception and stereo sound to Boston Acoustics' classic AM/FM radio.
While its sound didn't blow us away, the iYiYi offers improved bass over that of the iSongBook as well as decent features in an attractively styled package.
The Boston Acoustics Horizon Duo-i is an iPod dock combined with an AM/FM dual alarm clock radio. It also features replaceable front grilles and is available in more than a dozen colors.