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    Grace Digital Allegro WiFi Radio GDI-IRD4000

    Grace Digital Audio’s Allegro Wifi Radio offers a slew of options including instant access to a range of popular audio streaming services including: Pandora, Sirius Internet Radio, Live 365, and CBS Radio, without turning on a computer. For those who prefer to be in control of your music, it also easily accepts streaming music from your computer.

    Grace Allegro WiFi Radio

    In terms of power, the Allegro is capable of running off of six AA batteries or an optional NiMH rechargeable battery, as well as wall power, making it great for listening to tunes anywhere a wireless signal can be picked up.

    You can change what’s playing using the included remote, or download the company’s free iPhone app for more detailed control from a far.  Stay tuned for an in-depth review.

    The Grace Digital Allegro WiFi Radio GDI-IRD4000 sells for around $150 through www.gracedigitalaudio.com or Amazon.

    Published on May 4, 2010

    David Novak
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