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Grace Digital Allegro


$170.00

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.

Features

  • 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

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Pros
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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

Cons
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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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