Grace Digital Audio Bravado-X Digital 16W Negro - Radio CD (Digital, FM, 16 W, Negro, Digital, iPhone,iPod)
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Descripción del producto
Auriculares: 3,5 mm
Bandas de radio soportadas: FM
Cables incluidos: USB
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Color del producto: Negro
Compatibilidad con bases dock de Apple: iPhone,iPod
Control de volumen: Digital
Mando a distancia: Si
Manual de usuario: Si
Potencia estimada RMS: 16 W
Puerto USB: Si
Reproducción MP3: Si
Salidas para auriculares: 1
Sintonización automática digital: Si
Tipo de sintonizador: Digital
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-Does everything as advertised.
-If you want a great sounding, solidly built internet radio that can plug into anything (lots of different output options in back), then his is the best internet radio for you.
-Also a big plus - the user account available on reciva.com for adding up to 100 stations, 100 streams AND 100 podcasts that don't come pre-programmed into the unit. Also through reciva, one can request a station be added to the standard menu.
-Makes the ultimate bedside alarm radio, or a great tuner for a stereo.
-And, firmware updates are pushed out periodically, so functionality is always improved.
-Only 10 presets on the remote; 5 on the box, itself.
-hard to read, non-illuminated button labels
-tedious station search input on the box by twirling the knob through an alphabet and locking in each letter/number. Don't know how this can be improved without providing a qwerty keyboard. Would be much faster if one could do preset button programming through the Reciva web site.
Excellent box for the price. Unlike the Logitech I hear everyone making noises about, the Bravado has a more powerful amp, more outputs, more features, and comes with a remote for no extra charge, and all at about the same price as a Logitech Squeezebox. Also, I went through the Squeezebox manual and found nothing like the Reciva internet programming site that Grace provides. For those who get hooked on internet radio and want more than one in their house, going with Grace with their Reciva site is the best choice in the internet radio market.
The front panel buttons are kinda dumb with menus and sub menus buried deep. However the remote is
"Full-function Remote Control" and one can chose 1 of your 10 preset stations, search for new stations, skip songs, and give feedback on Pandora like thumbsup/down. The Remote Control iPhone App is a cool feature - it allows you to go control 1 or more of your Grace Internet radios from you iPhone or iPod Touch or Android remote control applications. You can change the volume, turn it on or off, find stations and set presets or even set any one of your five alarms.
As usual there are a lot of Internet Radio stations around the world and it is linked/powered by Reciva, enabling one to access over 50,000 Radio Stations (?), Podcast, and on demand content, Oneline music services: Pandora, Live365, Rhapsody, iheartradio and PREMIMUM SIRIUSXM internet radio, Weatherbug, Live365 , NPR, BBC, etc.
Other features are - 3.5mm Stereo headphone jack, sounds decent, RCA outputs to connect to optional home stereo however no digital output (maybe a price factor), one can plug in iphone, mp3 player or cd player analog inputs , one USB port to play saved music off your USB device , External left / right speaker connectors and a switch to chose between external speakers or internal.
Built in media player streams your audio files from your PC or MAC or NAS using Upnp. Connection to the network is using the 802.11n built in wireless connection and it easily connects without dropping or buffering issues etc.
Usual Alarm setting with the Clock syncronising via the net (needs to set time zone).
Overall a good sounding internet radio for streaming content.
Radio sounds great with a strong clear signal and connection is maintained without interruption suggesting to me that with those experiencing Internet radio signal loss, the cause is an interruption in their wireless' signal and not a fault in the radio. I'm assigning four stars rather than five due because a J45 connection could have been built in to the radio eliminating LAN hookup complications. Also a much simpler setup and programming system needs be developed by the designers or at least a much more extensive detailed operating manual included. Fortunately, the Grace Customer Service is excellent and I'm confident Technical Service will answer my remaining programming questions.
With the help of the exceptionally excellent Grace Digital Radio Customer Service, I now have my 4500m Digital Radio fully setup and can enjoy the full range of available Internet programs. With the 4500m setup which I could have only completed with the help of Grace Customer Service, this Internet Radio is definitely a five star product with five star plus customer service. For the most part, I have found 90% of TV a waste of time and rely on radio for news and entertainment while I'm able to continue working. The limitation has been that like TV not too much of the radio programming available here offers high quality information or the music I enjoy. This digital radio gives me an immense selection range expanding this quality ratio to 90% plus positive and is only limited by my ability to search out world wide quality Internet radio and the music tailored to my taste with a clarity missing from my FM radios.