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Grace Digital Allegro


Product Shot 1 The Pros:Solid build quality. Compact and portable. Good sounding for it's size.

The Cons:Made entirely of plastic. Flimsy battery cover. Only a mono speaker.

The Grace Digital Allegro is a  mid-level digital internet radio. Designed specifically to be portable, the Grace Digital Allegro can access music services like Pandora, Live365, and SIRIUS Satellite Radio anywhere within the range of a Wi-Fi internet connection.

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The Grace Digital Allegro runs on 6 AA batteries but also comes with an AC adapter; NiMH rechargeable batteries are also compatible with the Allegro. In fact, the Allegro comes with a built in battery recharging circuit for 100% portability. The Grace Digital Allegro also comes with an IR remote but it can also be controlled via PC or Mac and is also compatible with the iPhone and iPod Touch.


  • Listen to over 50,000 Radio Stations, Podcast, and on demand content
  • Supports online music services such as Pandora, Live365 and PREMIMUM SIRIUS internet radio
  • 3.5mm Stereo headphone jack
  • Supports: AIFF, AIFC, WAVE, CAF, NeXT, ADTS, MP3, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, WMA
  • Built in media player streams your audio files from your PC or MAC
  • Works with all 802.11b/g/n routers
  • Supports WPA Personal, WPA2-AES, and 64/128-bit WEP encryption
  • Up firing ported stereo speakers for superior sound reproduction

User Reviews (1)

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    solid build quality

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    compact and portable

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    good sounding for it's size

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    can run without a power connection on 6 AA batteries

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    3.5mm headphone / line-out jack

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    affordable price point

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    includes impressive programmable remote

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    made entirely of plastic

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    flimsy battery cover

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    only a mono speaker

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    not as well integrated as competing devices from Sonos, Logitech, etc...

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    eats batteries

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    no digital outputs

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    unintuitive interface

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    crappy monochrome display

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    remote - while impressive - looks cheap and dated

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