- Brand Name: RCA
- Model Number: RP3765
- Item Height: 9 inches
- Item Length: 7.6 inches
- Item Weight: 7 pounds
RCA RP3765 AM/FM Dual Wake Clock Radio (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Motorized Vertical Load CD
- Backlit 1.25" Blue Display
- Multi-Function Dual Wake
- High Performance Speaker System
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Digital tuning, 11 AM/FM presets, and a high performance system with bass reflex speakers means that your favorite radio station, at high-performance sounds, is just a button away. A motorize CD door system provides for smooth and easy access to your favorite CD. Best of all, the RCA RP3765 runs on a unique ASIC chip, in which three features are combined to make life a little bit easier for you and yours. The Graduwake Ramp-Up Alarm gradually increases the volume of the alarm as you wake up; a "nap" function allows you to take a refreshing cat nap without fear of sleeping all afternoon, and a programmable snooze feature means you can sleep for up to an extra two hours after your alarm initially wakes you up. A large, backlit 1.25-inch display for easy readability rounds out the features of this outstanding CD clock radio.
Top Customer Reviews
The biggest annoyance is that the CD player tends to make a fairly load whirring, clicking sound as the CD spins. That's a problem on most small CD players, but this one is especially loud: enough to drown out the soft music or nature sounds CDs I like to play at low volume while falling asleep. When playing things at higher volumes it's not a big problem, but this issue alone makes me wish I hadn't bought this model. As another reviewer said, the vertical CD player seems to be the cause of problems, so I'd go for a traditional set-up where the CD is laid flat.
Another weak spot is that the set-up of the button controls are poorly designed. Some key controls (like the nap and sleep-to-music buttons) are on a top panel that slopes downward toward the back of the unit, making it difficult to see or even feel what you're pressing if the unit is at head level, as most clock radios will be when people are in bed. The buttons on the front are also confusing, with several identical buttons in a row. There are separate on and off buttons, on opposite ends of the row of buttons.Read more ›
It all started when the electricity went off and then on again one day, about three months after I got it as a gift, and then you couldn't even open the door to put a CD in without the door making loud clicking noises as the drive gears ground together. I must admit, I liked this alarm clock for the few months before this happened, as it does have some real nice features. It just has WAY TOO MANY bugs that need to be worked out.Wow, it REALLY has a lot of bugs. Don't you dare buy it!!! RCA, you ought to refund our money! The thing SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The service received in the receipt & return of this product from Amazon has been excellent, however,the actual product (I have owned two of them) seems to be lesser quality than... Read morePublished on August 9, 2011 by JK
A truly amazing clock - all too often the digital disply on clocks is so bright (even on the low setting) that it affects my sleep. Not with this clock! Read morePublished on June 25, 2011 by Leona Accuosti
My wife has owned her radio for about 5 years. Two weeks ago, the door began to make a clicking noise as it closed over the CD. Read morePublished on April 8, 2010 by DB Clock
I have had it for over three years and no problem at all! I setup my alarms to 6am and 7am and they work perfect. The CD player may not be the best, but THIS IS AN ALARM CLOCK!!!!! Read morePublished on January 17, 2009 by Jacqueline
I bought this at Best Buy and wish I read reviews first. I didn't get a clicking noise like most reviewers but I would have appreciated any noise. Read morePublished on January 3, 2008 by Checkov List
The CD door does not open/close properly and makes a horrible and incessant clicking sound. I would have returned it but I thought my toddler messed up the door by pulling on it. Read morePublished on March 9, 2007 by S. Castillo
The radio fizzled out completely within two days. It was unfixable. I was lazy and did not return it, thinking I have other radios to listen to, and I could just keep it for the... Read morePublished on January 15, 2007 by jm
My radio is about six months old and has exhibited all the worst symptoms described by the other reviewers. Read morePublished on December 20, 2006 by G. S. Lee