Boston Acoustics Receptor – Review of this excellent non-digital radio

I've always loved the radio and thought I'd make a review of the Boston Acoustics receiver. I love their speakers and I now have a table radio, a great product of a great company.

The weight of this radio testifies to the sound quality that it produces to a little more than 4 lbs. As with any good quality audio system, a minimalist style offers a superb look.

In general, my radio is in the kitchen or in the shed, and having the time and alarm allows me to keep track of the time. Unlike the typical up and down buttons, the receiver retains the best method to tune a radio button. It is so much easier to find your station.

Normally, I hate programming my electronics on the old VCR syndrome, but with this radio, it was simple and intuitive. The radio comes with a simple alarm clock ideal for your bedside table. You can memorize up to 20 preset AM / FM radio stations.

The minimalist design continues with the plugs, one for the antenna and one for a mini plug, that 's all you get. The mini-plug function is excellent because it allows me to connect my iPod and use the radio as a speaker.

A word of caution with the radio, it has a small battery that helps keep the clock and alarm in small outages, convenient not to be late, but it does not have the courage to maintain the stations radio.

I feared that with one speaker, the sound quality is mediocre, but the skills of the Boston Acoustics team mean you can not tell the difference. My previous model, Tivoli One, was quickly put in the shed when I compared the audio quality. Have a depth of sound and a better base with a medium range that is very organic.

When I'm in the kitchen, I like to turn up the volume of my favorite tracks and this little radio works. With a clean reception, this radio can really challenge digital radio, especially when combined with sound quality.

If you are looking for a new radio, the Boston Acoustics receiver gives me the green light.