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Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock


$150.00

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Big and bright display. A large variety of digital inputs and analog outputs. Comes with a remote control.

The Cons:No digital connection for use with higher quality equipment. Does not support selecting and streaming PC media from the device. Little stereo separation (mono looking speaker).

The Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock is a multifunction alarm clock that allows users to wake up or listen to regular old FM radio, plain alarm tones or more exciting online radio or personal music files stored on an attached USB drive or networked computer.

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Product Shot 2 Featuring a plethora of connectability options including an Ethernet port, WiFi and a USB connection, the Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock also allows users to connect external speakers or headphones for a higher quality or personal listening experience. While not as luxurious as the Squeezebox Boom / SqueezeCenter, the Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock includes features missing from the Logitech unit at half the price. The Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock comes in both black and white and is priced at $149.99.

Features

  • Built in FM radio, WiFi, Ethernet & USB connection
  • Easy to use Internet radio interface for over 11,000 stations worldwide
  • Can play WMA, MP3 or WAV formats via computer or USB key
  • Features RCA and 3.5mm output for external speakers or headphones
  • Dimensions & Weight: 8.2 in. x 5.5 in. x 3.9 in. (20.8 cm x 14 cm x 9.9 cm), 1.8 lbs. (0.82 kg)

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    big and bright display

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    a large variety of digital inputs and analog outputs

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    comes with a remote control

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    inexpensive and full featured compared to competition

Cons
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    no digital connection for use with higher quality equipment

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    does not support selecting and streaming PC media from the device

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    little stereo separation (mono looking speaker)

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