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ff
Posted: Thu Jan 06, 2005 8:06 am
 
I wanted a small stereo for my office that sounded great. I didn't want the
obnoxious looking high watt (and high distortion) boom boxes sold at your
local Circuit City or the cheap executive stereos from Sony or JVC.

I was considering the Bose Wave Radio which does sound good when I listened
to it. However, $600 bucks seems outrageous for a glorified clock radio.

After researching, I found the Onkyo CS-210 which is a small desktop stereo
which has fantastic sound quality and is well built. I managed to purchase
it for under $200 online.

I thought I would share this since I was doing some research on the usenet
and many people were asking for specific alternatives to the bose wave
radio.

FF
 
Bmchan
Posted: Sat Jan 08, 2005 12:07 pm
 
Cambridge Sound Works is always a price competitive alternative to the
Bose product line. I believe the technology is the same.


On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 07:32:49 -0500, "ff" <ff@somewhere.com> wrote:

Quote:
I wanted a small stereo for my office that sounded great. I didn't want the
obnoxious looking high watt (and high distortion) boom boxes sold at your
local Circuit City or the cheap executive stereos from Sony or JVC.

I was considering the Bose Wave Radio which does sound good when I listened
to it. However, $600 bucks seems outrageous for a glorified clock radio.

After researching, I found the Onkyo CS-210 which is a small desktop stereo
which has fantastic sound quality and is well built. I managed to purchase
it for under $200 online.

I thought I would share this since I was doing some research on the usenet
and many people were asking for specific alternatives to the bose wave
radio.

FF

 
 
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