Grace Digital Audio launches bookshelf Micro WiFi shelf system for internet radio

Internet radio in any room with no PC.

| Jan 21, 2011 at 1:08 pm CST
If you live in an area where the radio stations are not to your liking and you want to listen to something other than your own music collection internet radio is a good option. You can find just about any music genre you want on the web and stream those tracks all you want. Since you have to be web connected for internet radio most folks can only listen via their computer.

Grace Digital Audio launches bookshelf Micro WiFi shelf system for internet radio | TweakTown.com


If you are a serious web radio fan, you may want a way to get your radio preferences in a room with no computer sitting around. Grace Digital Audio has a new internet radio system that is just what you want. The system is called the Micro System Wi-Fi Stereo Shelf system. It has integrated WiFi and can directly tune internet radio stations without a computer. The system has 15W of power and a pair of speakers with 3.5" mains and 1" tweeters.

The system supports Pandora, NPR, Rhapsody, and local stations via FM, AM, and HD tuners. The device also supports Sirius online so you can listen to your subscription service inside without having to get a new tuner. The system is also compatible with WEP and WPA wireless security and has an LCD on front for viewing stations and a remote for controlling from across the room.

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