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Conair SU7 Sound Therapy and Relaxation Clock Radio

by Conair
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  • Soothing sounds designed especially for infants
  • Includes AM/FM radio
  • Comes with 10 different sounds
  • Includes dual alarm, snooze button and timer
  • Works with AC adapter (included) or 4 AA batteries (not included)
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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 6.1 x 2.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000OCK9S2
  • Item model number: SU7
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (718 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,071 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 27, 2004
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Plays 10 soothing sounds designed especially for infants to lull your little one to sleep. Sounds include summer night, white noise, thunderstorm, running stream, ocean waves, songbird, rainfall, tropical forest, waterfall and heartbeat.

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Returning this one and will not buy again.
The Big O
The blue back light LCD time display not only is difficult to read if you are at the wrong angle but it is too bright and lights up a dark room.
5Sages
I like all of the different sounds but for sleeping, I only use the waterfall, which is loud and sounds like white noise.
krystal

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537 of 550 people found the following review helpful By NewsView on February 9, 2007
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Conair's Sound Therapy & Relaxation Clock Radio, model SU7, which bills itself as "Soothing to babies," is misleadingly packaged for infants yet is identical in sound-selection makeup to its more expensive cousin marketed to adults: the Obus Forme Sound Therapy Relaxation System (which retails nearly double sans the grownup features). In what would appear to be a marketing mix-up, the infant version of this Conair-branded device offers a dual alarm, AM/FM tuner and a LCD readout, whereas the model marketed to adults has no clock, no radio tuner and no alarm. Go figure.

The good: ten sound choices, including rainfall, running stream, waterfall, songbirds, heartbeat, white noise, ocean waves, summer night, thunderstorm and tropical rainforest. What sets this apart from other clock radios that use batteries to back up the clock and alarm settings is that it is entirely functional on four AA batteries alone (although the AC power adapter is included).

Another strong point: This unit has good AM/FM reception -- better than a number of HoMedics, which I also tried.

Better yet, the unit was easy enough to operate that I didn't have to pull out the manual to figure it out. It should be noted, however, that the implementation of the alarm is somewhat different then other alarm clock radios. Snooze provides a 10-minute extension, but you cannot hit it more than three times without deactivating the alarm. To turn an alarm off, simply hit the alarm button OR your choice of the Radio or Sound Therapy button, which are placed to the right and left of the large round snooze button. (Fortunately the remainder of the buttons on the surface will not result in accidentally disabling the alarm.) Rounding out the feature set is the sleep function, ranging from 15-90 minutes.
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151 of 155 people found the following review helpful By E. Maddox on December 3, 2006
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This is an inexpensive sound (sleep) machine that adults will love every bit as much as infants. The sounds of gentle rain or the moving brook lulls one to sleep and overrides the noises of a busy city highway and a bustling condominium. You have a lot of options. Don't want to listen to a known sound, go for "white noise," it all works and works well. I bought it as an experiment. After a week of use I wouldn't be without it. I even use it if I want to catch a power nap. Go for it!
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109 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Snarky Redhead on January 3, 2007
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I bought this for background noise for my son's room after we turned off the fan when it got too cold. It has several different sounds, but the best one is just White Noise. It is excellent at drowning out the background noise in our house when my son naps or goes to bed at night. I leave it on all night with the volume very low. My only problem is that because it's an alarm clock, the digital display is a little bright, even with the dimmer switch. But I turned it around in his bookcase and it makes a perfect nightlight. Excellent product that I'm sure we'll be using for years to come.
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75 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Prudence Maidenhead on March 21, 2009
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I bought this a few months ago for my boyfriend. He wanted something to drown out the man below us who plays his tv too loud. I was leery of ordering this off the Internet because I was afraid it would not be good. However, I saw so many positive reviews that I chose it anyway and thank goodness!

Specifics: the very best thing is the SOUND. It is rich, which is not common for a clock radio these days. It reminds me of those solid state radios of the past. No tinny sound. My boyfriend says that the nature sounds totally drown out our buddy downstairs. I like the back light; it's a pretty deep blue (2 options). Extra long cord is a nice touch. Now, some people may be put off by the analog dial (it has digital readout but you must flip the dial rather than push buttons). Be not afraid! It locks in each station within a few numbers, so you don't have to tune it exactly like the older ones. I also like the fact that there is a digital readout, which is a lot easier to read than those old numerals. Finally, I like the fact that the clock is always showing, with smaller numbers showing the station. Sweet! (P.S. This is my first review. I wasn't going to do this, but I felt such gratitude towards all the people who bothered to post reviews about this product and gave me the head's up about it and I want to pay it forward:)
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145 of 156 people found the following review helpful By RJ Washington on January 10, 2012
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While the machine looks nice and has function, I had my wife and child playing with the radio running (this is 3 months after purchasing the machine) and it stopped. My debugging found that this is a cut rate production product with poor quality control standards. As the unit is out of 30-day return period and I am an electrical engineer, I decided to debug it as a return was slim to impossible.

Problem: Sound coming out of the speaker was less than a whisper and the volume control didn't change the volume. Though the unit display functioned correctly (transfer from radio to sound therapy, change radio station, alarm set, etc), the speaker didn't function.

Troubleshooting: I knew that the manufacturer probably wouldn't warrent the item, so I unplugged it, and I opened it up (Don't do this at home unless you are a trained professional). What I found were printed circuit boards that were well made with 100% through board components. I tested the speaker with a multimeter, looking for resistance of 8ohm for the speaker and a variable resistance when the volume wheel was turned. I found both had good numbers. I flipped the board over and found something you should never see on a product with such a well designed shell.

Findings: The thru board components were obviously hand soldered and with very poor workmanship. Many of the solder joints were incomplete, and there were a few solder bubbles which I can say would not pass any reasonable inspection. The cause of the board's failure was that the handsoldering left a few whisps of solder between terminals. Two of the terminals on the OP AMP which controlled the speaker volume were jumpered together by a bad solder joint.
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