Cambridge Audio CD740 CD Players


The SoundWorks 740 uses high performance speakers that are combined with a special contoured amplifier to produce rich, natural, accurate sound. Because of their wide dispersion pattern, these speakers make the 740 sound much bigger than most table radios. Close your eyes, and you'll think your listening to a much bigger system.

User Reviews (2)

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bensage   Audio Enthusiast [Jun 02, 2008]



Too numerous to list all. See review.
Sound quality is terrible.
AM barely works.
Ergonomics are bad enough to make one laugh. Small buttons are all the same size and shape and nearly impossible to read.

I don't understand why no one makes a decent clock radio these days! I looked long and hard for a decent radio with two alarms and a CD player. I am sorry I bought this. The sound is very muddy. I get better sound from my 10 year old Proton (no CD player). The clock looses time each month. However, he worst part is the ergonomics. This unit was designed by an someone who never actually tested it!
The various function buttons are impossible to see in the dark. In daylight they all look identical and the labels are in micro-print white on silver! The headphone jack is recessed under the control panel in a way that you have to pick the unit up to put the phones in or take them out! Lastly the AM receiver gets only one station in a city with dozens???? This radio is terrible!

Similar Products Used: Proton clock radio
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