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Tivoli radios combine high end technology and design, offering state of the art sound in products that are also beautiful to look at.  All are available in  a variety of finishes and colors.  From table radios and stereos, internet radios, alarm clock radios and portables, there is something for every music fan.      (Please scroll down to see all four groups of products featured)

The table radios from Tivoli feature furniture-grade wood and Tivoli’s famous quality and ease of use. Their newest offerings are the Model 10 dual alarm clock radio ($199.99) and the frost white collection of the highly praised Model One ($179.99).

The Connector ($125), a brand new docking/recharging device connects an iPod or iPhone to any audio or video system.

The NetWorks internet radio/stereo ($599 -$749) can receive internet radio stations from anywhere in the world. You can search by station, city or genre.  NetWorks allows you to listen to internet radio from any room in your home — even without a computer.         Tivoli’s portable radios offer high quality sound in great looking rubberized, weather-resistant cabinets and run for hours on a rechargeable battery. All are available in a variety of colors.

The SongBook global travel alarm clock radio ($199.99) can serve as a speaker by plugging in an iPod directly.

The iSongBook ($399.99) features a flip down docking station to play and charge an iPod or iPhone and an extendable second speaker for true stereo sound.  The iPAL ($219.99) offers great sound in a compact size.

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