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Choose between more than 11,000 radio stations worldwide via built-in vTuner with no monthly cost Compatible with universal Plug-n-Play audio servers such as: Microsoft Media Player 11 (WMP11), Microsoft Media Connect, MusicMatch Jukebox Wireless access WIFI 802.11 b and g, Ethernet and USB 2.0 (host only) connectivity Access music fi les (MP3, WMA, WAV) stored on a USB 2.0 flash drive, MP3 player or Hard drive through the unit¿s USB port Alarm clock function with 2 programmable alarms wakes you up to internet radio, FM radio, digital music, or choice of several alarm tones.
Aluratek's new AIRMM01F Internet Radio Alarm Clock with built-in Wi-Fi allows you to easily access more than 13,000 Internet radio stations in over 150 countries around the world, with no monthly fees. Simply turn the unit on and it will automatically connect to a wireless network. You may also connect to a local Ethernet cable network if you prefer, in areas where wireless coverage isn't available. Search for music geographically by continent/country/state, or by the more than 50 different available genres including a wealth of talk, local news, and sports radio stations broadcast throughout the world. Once you find a favorite station, add it to your favorites list for future easy access.
This is the perfect solution for the home, office, college dorm, or anywhere you want to enjoy a virtually unlimited amount of free music, talk, and more. Don't be limited to what you can tune in from your old AM/FM analog radio anymore. Free yourself to travel the world musically and have fun while doing it. You can also stream your music library from your local PC/media server.
Once the Aluratek Internet radio alarm clock is connected to the Internet you will have access to 13,000+ live streaming Internet radio stations from around the globe at your fingertips. This includes any genre you can think of, from music to talk, sports, and local news from over 150 countries. It's like having free music for life playing in any room in your home or office. Just use your existing Wi-Fi and Internet connection--your home Internet connection is all you need.
There are three ways to enjoy digital music on your Aluratek Internet radio alarm clock. Stream Internet radio from your wireless 802.11b/g router. Or connect your local CAT5 Ethernet cable to stream Internet radio. Or simply plug any USB thumb drive or external drive into the front port and listen to your digital MP3 files.
You can integrate the AIRMM01F into your home theater system using the RCA jacks for a simple and affordable way to enjoy Internet radio with your home entertainment system.
Alarm clock function features 2 programmable alarms to wake you up to Internet radio, FM radio, digital music, or your choice of several alarm tones.
Aluratek Wi-Fi Internet Radio, remote control, FM antenna, power adapter, instruction manual on CD, quick start guide, registration / warranty card.
|Internet Radio Alarm Clock |
with Built-in Wi-Fi
|Internet Radio Alarm Clock |
with Built-in Wi-Fi
|Wi-Fi/ Wireless Internet Radio Tuner-- |
Home Theater Edition
|USB Internet Radio Jukebox|
|Connectivity||Wireless Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/Ethernet/USB 2.0||Wireless Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/Ethernet/USB 2.0||Wireless Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/Ethernet/USB 2.0||USB 2.0|
|Speakers||Integrated amplifier: 2x2W stereo||Integrated amplifier: 2x2W stereo||Standard RCA audio (Stereo line out)||Audio from laptop / Desktop speakers|
|Dimensions and Weight||8.125" x 5.5" x 0.875" |
|9.5" x 3.5" x 4.25" |
|8.5" x 5.57" x 2" |
|2" x 0.6875" x 0.375" |
|Time and Date Automatically Sets|
|External Plug for Headsets (3.5mm)|
|RCA Plugs (Stereo Lineout) for External Speakers|
Really love this radio except the operational angle of the remote is ridiculously small and low. You almost look like a Sumo Wrestler getting ready for combat when trying to change... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Chris Redford
Great for both of us being able to hear the tunes and news from our place of birth while living thousands of miles away. Read morePublished on Jan. 27 2013 by JohnJI
It was easy to set-up but couldn't handle the streaming - long pauses made the experience totally unenjoyable
Not sure if it was a memory problem. Read more
The concept is really good, but this implementation is perhaps a 0.9 release. As an alarm clock it is very unreliable, once a week it will fail to wake us up. Read morePublished on Jan. 29 2012 by Gordon Broom
The unit didn't even last a year and when I contacted Aluratek they told me, it isn't supported anymore. No solutions, no help, no thanks. Thumbs down to Aluratek.Published on Jan. 4 2012 by Wilmar
pretty good radio, works as advertised. way to bright at night. favorites list a little strange.
sometimes have to start twice to get ip address
love the variety of... Read more