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Fantastic. While it's only one speaker, the quality is amazing. I much prefer this over the Bose Wave which always sounded too forced somehow. The sound is crisp and clear.
By w3 on February 26, 2014
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You can hook up a phone, or any device, if it has an audio output (headphone) jack. You will need a simple AUX cable. I connect my phone everyday and stream music.
By Michael Pisarcik on July 17, 2015
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No.
By R. Saylor on December 11, 2014
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Thank you for your question! We only have parts for North American versions. The Model One has ports for both AC and DC power so you will be able to use the radio where 220v is standard. To use the North American version is another country, disregard the power cord that comes with the radio and get a new one a… see more
Hello,
Thank you for your question! We only have parts for North American versions. The Model One has ports for both AC and DC power so you will be able to use the radio where 220v is standard. To use the North American version is another country, disregard the power cord that comes with the radio and get a new one according to the proper specifications at any electronics shop. Please note that any damage that may occur due to improper electricity is not covered under the warranty. see less
Hello,
Thank you for your question! We only have parts for North American versions. The Model One has ports for both AC and DC power so you will be able to use the radio where 220v is standard. To use the North American version is another country, disregard the power cord that comes with the radio and get a new one according to the proper specifications at any electronics shop. Please note that any damage that may occur due to improper electricity is not covered under the warranty.

By A seller SELLER on October 16, 2013
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By benark on December 4, 2014
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On my radio the dial reads 0.3 to 0.4MHz higher than the actual frequency. When looking for a specific radio station I have to take that into account or I won't find it. The tuning will shift slightly with room temperature. The dial needs to be tweaked with temperature changes greater than 10F or so.
By Amazon Customer on September 5, 2014
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Hi Nicole. I have tested my radio and the lowest I get is 87.2MHz. No problem whatsoever with reception at 87.7. Cheers
By J.M.Overtoom on September 13, 2015
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The Model One I purchased is labeled for 117 VAC only. It would not work in Europe. Tivoli may make models that will work outside the USA. The Tivoli Audio website would be the place to ask.
By Fearless on May 14, 2015
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takes a United States plug. Unfortunately I am not knowledgable on Australia's standards, although I would assume they are the same as the U.K.'s in which case you will need a transformer. Also not sure what Australia's frequency band is for FM or AM, but if it is different, you may have a problem as well.
By jj on August 20, 2014
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I would get a F-type replacement plug from Radio Shack and solder a length of hook-up wire to the center pin.
By Amazon Customer on April 23, 2014