Music System  Classic Walnut/Beige

Tivoli Audio
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Music System Classic Walnut/Beige

$749 Gilt
classic walnut / beige
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Tivoli Audio combines the best of both worlds delivering high-quality sound in a sleek, stylish look perfect for the discerning audiophile. The Tivoli AudioMusic System has been acclaimed in several magazines and heralded by audio gurus for capturing the essence of a true all in one system in a simple and sophisticated interface. The Music System produces booming, rich sound from two integrated speakers and a down-firing, magnetically shielded, powered subwoofer. Its SpacePhase wide mode creates an expansive listening space for the integrated slot loaded CD player, Henry Kloss designed AM/FM tuner, and auxiliary input for your iPod or MP3 player. Surpassing its competition, Tivoli packs all these features as well as dual alarm modes into a real wood cabinet that exudes elegance and style. The Music System Classic measures 5.375" high x 14.125" W x 8½" deep. An external FM antenna and 9' power cord are included.


  • High Fidelity stereo sound
  • SpacePhase equalizer for an expanded soundstage
  • Dual alarms (Wake to radio, CD or tone)
  • Slot-loading CD player
  • Plays CD/CD-R/CD-RW/CD-Text/MP3/WMA
  • Adjustable, built in powered subwoofer
  • Sleep timer
  • Radio Data System (where available)
  • Sleep timer
  • 6 FM and 6 AM presets
  • Handcrafted wood cabinet
  • Ported design for enhanced bass response
  • Large display adjusts automatically
  • Battery back-up (2 AA batteries included)
  • Compact remote control included
  • 2 inputs connect to your iPod, TV or other device
  • Compatible with iPhone when in airplane mode

Brand: Tivoli Audio

Origin: Imported

Tivoli gives new meaning to the phrase "electronic arts." These artful interpretations of audio equipment trade in those ugly black boxes for design-conscious conversation pieces that have wooden, retro-looking exteriors and minimal buttons and knobs. But these hi-fi systems and table radios don't swap function for form: They sound every bit as good as they look. Now your only problem is getting the rest of your living room to look as groovy as your sound system does.