2 reviews

Yamaha TSX-70

$200.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Looks nice - has a sleek, retro aesthetic. Has a built-in subwoofer unlike most iPod docks. Lots of volume - can fill a medium sized room, or several smaller rooms.

The Cons:Expensive - costs a lot more than the average iPod dock. The retro aesthetic isn't for everyone. Poorly lit controls for use in the dark.

The Yamaha TSX-70 is a mid-cost iPod/iPhone docking station. All popular iPod and iPhone models are supported by this docking station. The 2.1 channel speaker (powered by three amplifiers) plays your iPod/iPhone content aloud in high-quality audio (thanks to the DSP Music Enhancer, which improves all aspects of audio output).

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 The SR-Bass woofer ensures a solid bass sound. The TSX-70 also has a clock and alarm: you can choose to wake up to a beep, some form of iPod audio, or a combination of the two (thanks to the IntelliAlarm feature). You can save up to five preset FM radio stations for instant access on the Yamaha TSX-70.


  • iPod and iPhone compatible
  • Alarm and Timer modes
  • Multiple alarm options
  • Elegant LED display with auto dimmer
  • Ergonomic, intuitive "Touch Smart" controls
  • Powerful 3 speaker design with SR-Bass woofer
  • DSP Music Enhancer
  • Extended Stereo
  • Digital tone control
  • FM, Aux-in
  • Remote control
  • 2.1 channel speaker
  • IntelliAlarm

User Reviews (2)

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    looks nice - has a sleek, retro aesthetic

  • 2

    has a built-in subwoofer unlike most iPod docks

  • 1

    lots of volume - can fill a medium sized room, or several smaller rooms

  • 1

    bass can be dialed up or down separately based on users' preferences

  • 1

    uses the manufacturer's proprietary DSP audio signal processing to create the illusion that the speakers are placed further apart than they really are

  • 1

    compatible with external radio antennas for better reception

  • 1

    multiple audio sources: AM/FM radio, iPod dock, aux input

  • 1

    nice size - sits nicely on a side table or on a kitchen counter

  • 1

    includes remote control

  • 1

    impressive sound quality

  • 1

    good build quality / materials

  • 2

    expensive - costs a lot more than the average iPod dock

  • 1

    the retro aesthetic isn't for everyone

  • 1

    poorly lit controls for use in the dark

  • 1

    unattractive power adapter brick and lots of wire

  • 1

    crappy looking remote

  • 1

    radio requires an external antenna - gets poor reception otherwise

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