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Old 20th September 2004, 09:46 PM   #1
ukram is offline ukram  Finland
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I was rather happy with my Sony Dream machine clock radio otherwise, but sound quality from the tiny speaker was poor. And i do most of my radio listening while trying to wake up. The internal speaker was 8 ohm, so it was easy to replace it with real speaker. Now the sound is quite good, much better than i dared to hope from such a small radio. There is no clipping with maximum volume setting, although power is much less than what the speaker could handle.

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