Grace Digital Audio Puts Internet Radio on Your Bookshelf

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Grace Digital Wi-Fi Bookshelf Music SystemGrace Audio Digital, a company known for its Wi-Fi internet radios and home audio solutions (and the occasional giveaway here at HomeTechTell), has introduced the Wi-Fi Stereo Shelf System, a new micro-system that pairs bookshelf speakers with an 802.11n-enabled receiver to make listening to streaming tunes that much easier.

The micro-system is easy to set up. It comes with two bookshelf speakers featuring 3.5″ full range drivers, 1″ tweeters and a 16-watt RMS Class D digital amplifier. The receiver displays song and artist info, alarm clock radio, and remote control with Pandora controls, and comes with 10 station presets and up to 100 saved favorites.

The micro-system boasts access to 17,000 radio stations, 20,000 on-demand programs, and more than 35,000 podcasts, and is compatible with internet radio stations such as Pandora, SiriusXM Internet Radio, CBS Radio, iheartradio,, MP3Tunes, NPR, and the National Weather Service. New services for 2011 include WeatherBug and Rhapsody, which provides premium, on-demand music and access to 11 million songs. With RCA inputs and a USB connection, users can connect their iPod, CD player, PC or any additional audio source.

The system is available now from Grace Audio Digital and retails for $249.99.

Grace Digital Wi-Fi Stereo Shelf System

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