Curtis CD Clock Radio
worth having one
this is very usable great sounds and well lit to view the numerical time.
May 18, 2013
Works okay but sound not the best
When I looked for this at the Eglinton / Warden Cdn Tire the only one similar was a Sylvania. It looks identical except the body is black and the front panel silver. When I did a price check it came up as Curt CD Clock Radio and my bill shows the same, so it seems that Curtis is made by Sylvania or vice-versa.
The radio and CD both work okay. We are located on the 18th floor near Eglinton and the DVP, so the radio signal here is probably pretty good.
The tuning display is digital, but the tuning adjustment is a conventional dial which is a bit touchy to set to a specific frequency.
The display shows the time when the radio is off and the frequency when the radio is on.
My only real reservation about this device is the sound, which is kind of tinny, reminiscent of the little original transistor radios of yesteryear. Kind of surprising for a device that looks like a small boombox!
July 5, 2012
Never had any problems with this unit. Sound quality is not excellent but is fine for moderate use. Good value for your money.
April 10, 2008
good little unit
I bought this unit a month ago...wanted to be able to play cd in the bedroom with out the bulk of a large stereo...I haven't had any problems with my unit. sound for radio and cd's very good(has 2 speakers) knobs are sturdy but somewhat awkward to change radio to cd. All other buttons on top of unit are very good and easy to use. I am very happy with this cd clock radio and would not hesitate to recommend it to any one I know.
January 30, 2008
A No Go
This product was purchased as a B-D present for my 16 year old son. We were not able to get a clear sound from the radio at all. Im sorry but this radio isnt worth buying. Trust me we took it back for a replacement and it was the same. But I did how ever manage to get 5 buck at our yard sale for it!
October 17, 2007