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Is TIVOLI better than BOSE for mini-/table-systems?...

by shawnlin / February 14, 2007 10:48 PM PST

I guess I'm going to have to hear them for myself, but I am wondering if Tivoli or Bose or Cambridge Soundworks or Boston Acoustics or Sangean or Sony or Denon or etc., etc. has the best value for a good mini-/table-system radio with auxiliary inputs...

Any ideas, reviews, or suggestions?

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Consider the Polk I-Sonic
by nucleardog / February 14, 2007 11:01 PM PST

i have the Polk I-Sonic hooked to my 36" JVC tv in my bedroom. A dvd player/dual alarms/xm hookup/hd radio/aux inputs. $100.00 more than the Bose but I, feel a better value and have no regrets with my purchase.

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The Cambridge Soundworks is better than both.
by NM_Bill / February 15, 2007 10:22 AM PST

The mini-table stuff must be a tiny part of the market, but I've always wanted to see more attention to the segment. All of these I'm familiar with still seem a bit expensive.

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