Crosley CR19 CD Players

CR19

This Crosley radio is a replica of the 1936 version of the Metro wooden bookshelf radio featuring a wrap around grille opening and an aircraft style tuning dial in brushed bronze. Constructed of solid hardwood and veneer with modern day electronics including AM/FM radio, CD, and full-range 4inch speaker. The AM/FM radio has automatic frequency control features, both internal and external antenna. The CD player, hidden under a hinged top, offers digital display, music search, and play/pause feature. Size 10 inches high by 15.5 inches wide by 8 inches deep. Weighs 12 lbs.

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Fletch   Audio Enthusiast [Jul 23, 2007]
Strength:

Good looks. Warm tone.

Weakness:

Wouldn't hold a signal. CD deck skipped with regular use and eventually stopped playing entirely.

THIS ONE'S A LEMON!

$65 still isn't worth it for the let-down and frustration this little monster will bring into your life. I used it daily for a year - tried to, actually - and it just wouldn't stand up. The radio began wandering off signal, necessitating retuning every few minutes. The CD deck, crafted of super-cheap plastic, began wobbling and skipping, and eventually stopped playing entirely.

It's a great concept piece, and it revives an elegant design, but it does so very poorly if the dang thing won't work.

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