Tivoli Audio Model Two Stereo By Henry Kloss.... Wow!

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  1. Peter Kline

    Peter Kline Cinematographer

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    Just received this diminutive two-piece FM/AM radio and all I can say is WOW! It has the best FM tuner available at any price. I also opted for the powered sub-woofer. Rather then adding a room rattling thumping sound it adds more bottom and depth to the music soundstage. The whole shebang costs just under $260 with UPS Ground Shipping included. Here's what it looks like:
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    And here's the subwoofer:
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    For more info go to:
    www.tivoliaudio.com
     
  2. Todd_Michael_R

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    Pete, you don't happen to work for CSW or Tivoli do you? j/k!!!! [​IMG]
    I had a chance to listen to its predecessor, the Model One, which was mono, at a CSW (or Tweeter?) when I lived in Boston. I too was mesmerized by both the sound quality coming out of just one speaker and its killer indoor reception! And they were priced at around $99 IIRC -- really good price/performance for such a small package, IMO.
    I decided that year to give a few as Christmas presents to colleagues and employees.
    I could only imagine that this stereo version with a sub would make this an even better desktop radio.
    Love the pics too. Thanks for posting them. I'll definitely want to give it a listen. And no, I *don't* work for either CSW, Tweeter, or Tivoli. [​IMG]
    Todd
     
  3. Peter Kline

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    Todd,

    Wish I did! Heny Kloss was a genius in my opinion. I had the Model One radio which I gave to my brother and his wife when I discovered they didn't have a radio when they recently moved here (Florida) from New Jersey. Way back when I had the famous KLH radio but this one is even better.

    No question, even the mono radio makes a fantastic gift at $99.
     
  4. Pete Jennings

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    The Bud Light I am drinking I toast to Henry. He was a Pioneer in the world of audio.

    Cheers Henry Kloss!

    Pete
     
  5. Robby

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    Sounds even better if you place a pair of socks in the ports of the speakers. They are just a bit too "tubby" for my tastes.
     
  6. Peter Kline

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    Robby,
    Ummmmm, socks? Rayon? Cotton? Wool?[​IMG]
     

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