Grace Digital Introduces Nostalgic Internet Radio
San Diego, CA - Aug 11, 2011 - Grace Digital, manufacturer of networked audio products, introduced TheVictoria Nostalgic Internet Radio. The Victoria Internet Radio combines a vintage design reminiscent of a 1940s tabletop radio on the outside, but on the inside, it's an Internet appliance that connects to Internet radio and cloud music services. The Victoria Internet Radio (model # GDI-IRN1941) features a four-line adjustable backlit display, five alarm settings, 110 station presets/folder, built-in 802.11n wireless (Wi-fi), and a 16W amplifier that drives a 4" speaker with a rear port. It also has an aux input for a CD player or other music source.
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