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Grace Digital Encore Wi-Fi music system features alarms and more

Grace Digital Encore Wi-Fi Music System has seven alarms, supports paid music services and free Internet radio

| Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: Feb 18, 2014 7:08 pm

It's been a while since we talked about Grace Digital. The company is known for making a number of Wi-Fi streaming music players with an eye towards online radio and other content. The company is back with a new Wi-Fi music player that would be at home next to the bed. The music player is called the Encore.

 

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The Encore is fitted with a special tweeter and woofer arrangement for clear vocals and deep bass. The Encore connects to online radio and other content via Wi-Fi network in the home or office. You can save your favorite internet radio stations to a preset for easy access. The device supports just about any internet radio station you can think of along with Pandora, SiriusXM, Rhapsody, and Live365.

 

The Encore has enough storage to save 100 of your favorite stations to memory. It also has seven alarms with an adjustable sleep timer and a large snooze bar. Other features include a headphone jack, RCA output, and RCA aux-input.

 

The Encore also has a USB port allowing you to plug in your smartphone to recharge. The USB port can also be used to access music on flash drivers or other storage devices. If you don't have a Wi-Fi network in the home or office, an optional USB to Ethernet adapter can be used. The Encore Wi-Fi Music System is available now for $249.99.

NEWS SOURCES:Gracedigital.myshopify.com

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