Acoustic Energy WiFi Internet Radio


acoustic-energy-wi-fi-inter.jpgInternet radio has caught on in recent years, thanks to an increasing broadband penetration rate all over the world. More often than not, Internet radio offers much better quality sound than regular FM, while there aren’t that many obnoxious DJs to contend with, giving you what you want most – good music with as little advertisements as possible. The Acoustic Energy WiFi Internet Radio was designed for those who cannot bear to live without Internet radio, whether they are at work or at home.

This device does not require you to plug it to any computer, as it already comes pre-loaded with over 5,000 Internet radio stations inside. Should the possibility of your favorite station being left out from the list, you can always program it inside yourself. Just make sure you have a working wireless Internet connection in order to get your music fix. Other than crystal clear sounds and less advertisements, you also get to enjoy your favorite tunes without paying any subscription fees. It doesn’t require a rocket scientist to tune in to your favorite station, as all the radio stations are listed down alphabetically by country and category. Truly, the world has become a global village with the advent of the Internet.

Tests have shown that it is easy to tune in over 2,000 popular U.S. radio stations, while picking up English stations from Norway, Germany, Argentina, and other countries are no problem. In fact, you can even hook up to your computer’s hard drive over a wireless network to play back some of the MP3, Real Media, and other WMA compatible audio files. Unfortunately, the price tag of $299.95 is rather steep, as most people would think more than twice before picking it up.

Source: Ubergizmo

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