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November 25, 2012

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Jack Marshall

Since Boston Acoustics' acquisition by D&M Holdings, I've been disappointed in their radios. I tried out the Solo, but returned it because of the crummy ergonomics (should it really require four steps to set the sleep timer?), so I couldn't attest to the quality control.

Too bad, because my old Recepter continues to be a great radio, and I'd buy another for another room if they were still being made.

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