Grace Digital Audio has announced a new internet radiotuner called the Solo WiFi internet radio tuner. The device can tune over 50,000 online radio stations and other program types and send the audio out over an existing home stereo.
The device has stereo RCA jacks on the back and uses integrated 802.11g WiFi connectivity to connect to a wireless network. The device has front display controls and a full function remote that lets you search channels and skip directly to the one you want.
An app for controlling the tuner directly from the iPhone is available as well. The device can store up to 110 stations that can be searched on the 4 line LCD on the front. The device is shipping now for $124.99.
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