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Grace Digital GDI-IRDT200 Hi-Fi Internet Radio Tuner

3.7 out of 5 stars 323 customer reviews
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  • More than 17,000 free radio stations from local to around the world including NPR, Pandora & BBC, plus Sirius premium Internet radio service
  • Connects directly to home stereo through analog, digital RCA or fiber optic connection
  • Large 2 line backlight display
  • Includes full-size remote
  • Listen to over 16,000 internet radio stations including Pandora, iheartradio, NPR on-demand, BBC, ESPN, Live 365, Sirius, over 30,000 Podcast
  • Built in Ethernet jack and 802.11g card connects to any Ethernet or 802.11b,g or n wireless router (no computer needed)
  • Play the Grace Internet radio Tuner via your home stereo or distributed audio system via Digital (Toslink or Coaxial) or RCA analog outputs
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Product Specifications

Brand NameGrace Digital
Color NameBlack

Technical Details

  • DC in Jack
  • Integrated Card Reader
  • Alarm Clock

Product Description

Product Description

The Grace Digital Tuner (GDI-IRDT200) is a combination Internet radio and audio media streaming device that brings all the audio content of the Internet from your broadband connection directly to your home Stereo. With it users can listen to 16,000+ radio stations from NPR on-demand, FOX news, CNN, BBC, CBS to KROQ, over 35,000 podcast, 20,000+ On-Demand subscription streams or your personal Pandora radio stations - Free. The Tuner provides not only standard RCA connections to your home stereo but also two digital out connections for the highest audio quality experience as well as both Wi-Fi and an Ethernet connection to your home broadband router. In addition to the ability to play all the Free music in the world, music files from your PC or Mac, a SD or USB drive the Grace Tuner can also access Sirius Premium Internet radio services with a subscription directly from Sirius. The Tuner comes with a full featured remote control and is compatible with the free Grace remote control App for iPhone/iTouch. Connect all your digital music to your home stereo, with Grace.

From the Manufacturer

The Grace Digital Wi-Fi Tuner

Grace Digital Wi-Fi Tuner at a Glance
Grace Digital Wi-Fi Tuner
Play Internet radio and stream music stored on your PC or MAC to your home stereo. View larger

Over 50,000 Stations
Listen to thousands of free Internet radio stations, podcast and on-demand content
High Quality Internet Radio Direct to Your Home Stereo

Plug it in, turn it on and enjoy a world of music. The Grace Wi-Fi Tuner provides digital audio direct from the Internet to your home stereo. Listen to your personal music collection from your PC, Mac or NAS, over 50,000 Internet radio stations, podcast and on demand content or online music services like Pandora, Live365 VIP, and SiriusXM. If enjoying Internet radio or your personal digital music collection on your home stereo is your pleasure, the Grace Tuner is for you.

The Grace Tuner streams music via a standard wired Ethernet or Wi-Fi connection. Connect to any 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi wireless router with an Internet connection in 5 minutes. Play music directly from the Internet or stream your iTunes, or Windows Media files from your PC or Mac. While setup is effortless, the Grace Radio supports advanced features such as WEP and WPA1/2 passwords, standard or hidden SSID's, DHCP, mac address filtering or static IP addresses.

Listen to all of your digital media files wirelessly directly on your home stereo. Stream WMA, AAC, AAC+, WAV, AU, OGG Vorbis, AIFF, and MP3s in bit rates from 16kbps up to 320kbps (depending on the bit rate of the source audio), even lossless FLAC 24/96 formats directly from your network to your Hi-Fi stereo via the Grace Tuner.

Over 50,000 FREE Stations

The Tuner's sleek stylish design gives a nod to the look and feel of a classic stereo system component. As with the entire family of Grace Digital Internet radios and Wi-Fi music players, the Tuner supports the leading streaming services--Pandora, SiriusXM, Live365.com VIP, Dar.fm and more. Connect the Tuner to your existing home stereo and enjoy the world of the Internet at your fingertips. >>Learn more about available content for the Grace Digital Internet radios.

Backlit LCD Display
Backlit LCD Display

The adjustable 2-line, backlit LCD display with large font makes it easy to view your selections, adjust your audio settings or display song title and artist details. >>See larger image

Connect All of Your Audio Sources
Connect All of Your Audio Sources

Expand your listening experience and play music not only directly from the Internet, your PC, Mac or NAS but also from an SD card (up to 4GB support located on the front of the Tuner) an external USB thumb drive (2TB max). Connect the Tuner to your home stereo via standard RCA connections or choose either Toslink or Coax digital connections to utilize your favorite DAC. >>See larger image

Ful-Function Remote Control
Full-Function Remote Control

With a full-function remote control you'll be able to choose one of your 10 preset stations, search for new stations, skip songs, and give feedback on Pandora from any location in your room. Save and access up to 100 addition presets in your radio's 'my stuff' folder.

Remote Control iPhone App
Remote Control iPhone App

The Grace Remote control application allows you to go where no IR remote has gone before. Control one or more of your Grace Internet radios from your iPhone or iPod touch. Turn the tuner on / off, find stations and set presets. Please note that since the Tuner utilizes analog and digital line outs the remote apps cannot change the volume. Please use your Stereo for volume control.

What's in the Box?

Grace Digital Tuner Wi-Fi radio, remote control, power adapter, manual.

Which Grace Digital Internet Radio is Right for You?

Innovator X
Wi-Fi Tuner
Solo GDI-IRA500Innovator X GDI-IR2600Mondo GDI-IRC6000Bravado-X GDI-IR4500Wi-Fi Tuner GDI-IRDT200Nostalgic GDI-IRN1941Microsystem GDI-IRMS300
Top FeatureConnect the Internet to your stereoTable top for any room in your homeHigh resolution 3.5" color displayStereo sound with built-in subHighest audio quality to your stereoGreat sound and vintage good looksReplace your stereo system
RCA Stereo Inputs / OutputsNo / YesMini-Jack Aux-in / NoYes / YesYes / YesNo / YesYes / YesYes / Yes
iPhone/Android Remote CompatibleYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Headphone JackYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Play USB Thumb Drives*YesYesYesYesYes
External Speaker PostYes
Digital Stereo OutputYes
FM Receiver w/AntennaYes
Ethernet ConnectionOptional Dongle**Optional Dongle**Built-in RJ45Optional Dongle**Optional Dongle**
Number of Presets on Radio / Remote10 / 1010 / 1010 / 1010 / 10012 / 910 / 1010 / 10
My Stuff Presets100100100100100100100
*The USB jack supports Smartphone (iPhone, Android, etc.) charging, plays music from a USB thumb drive and supports the Grace USB to Ethernet connection for a wired connection.
**Sold separately.

Product Details

User's Guide [695kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 17.2 x 1.9 inches ; 4.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00395ZQMK
  • Item model number: GDI-IRDT200
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 323 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,433 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 29, 2010
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Customer Reviews

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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The "Grace Digital Wireless Hi-fi Internet Radio Tuner" is one of the best tuners that I have ever seen. The ease of setup and the multiple choices that you have for your listening pleasure (Internet Radio, Pandora, Live365, and others) was honestly quite astonishing to me. With the WiFi I have in my house, I had 5 bars on everything and the radio comes in crystal clear. And the channels! There were so many of them that I had trouble selecting JUST one. It also has a nice bright display that includes a clock (as well as an Alarm setting) and a headphone jack. As far as setup goes, it was as basic as plugging in power and then piping it into an output device (I used my old stereo since its already hooked into the speakers). It's actually a quite attractive system (I guess I like the blue LED display), it is light (maybe too light when you are pushing the buttons on the front) and the profile is quite low - about as tall as your typical high end blu-ray player.

However there is a BIG "but". The User interface system that Grace uses is archaic. It's been awhile, and I'm dating myself here, but I felt like I was programming the clock on my hi-fi that I got in 1980 (that still had an 8-track player in it BTW). All the initial setup uses the Tuner's knob and the frame refresh rate makes the display constantly flash if you scroll faster than say 1 or 2 channels a second. The display only shows a few stations/songs at a time and there is no way to fast forward or go back beyond the simply pushing the forward and back buttons over and over and over again - so you basically have none of the time-saving buttons that we have all come accustomed to in your basic $25 stereo or any car radio built in the last 10 years.
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It is a very strong performer with lot of features. The team that came up the specs did a wonderful job. Tonnes and tonnes of features. WIFI, Radio, Alarm clock, DLNA music client, Windows network share, headphone output, digital SPDIF and Optical output etc etc. I can't find any thing lacking in terms of connectivity or features. Once I plugged and connected every thing it worked flawless, I didnt hear any noise or jitter. Played well with tough AKG headphones, digital output quality was fantastic. I didnt hear any difference between Audio CD and DLNA streamed media. I use a Bel canto DAC3 as external DAC. Features wise it is top notch. I dont think any one who buys this will miss any thing. It found almost all the radio stations, lot of variety. It has support for high bit rate audio via digital output, in built DAC can only support 16 bit audio.

Now comes the cons. All of them are related to the User Interface, Remotecontrol and LCD screen. The LCD screen is a pre-historic 4 frames/sec refresh screen. If you scroll faster it blinks and is hard to read. The menu system has lot of issues. Every time you hit return it goes back to the start the list. Let's say you have 1000 songs in your folder, you want to play the 500 and 501th song. In IPod you go scroll down choose the 500th song once it is over, you can just go down and choose the 501th song. Here it goes back to 1st, then you have to scroll down again to choose 501th. It get annoying when you want to put more than 10 songs in the queue. You have to scroll down 10 times. The remote control is useless, all the initial configuration like WPA key etc has to be done via the knob. You can't do the initial configuration like setting up WPA via remote control, you have to use the dial and there is no easy way to do DEL or BACKSPACE.
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Wow! What a sweet device this is for the even the not so techo-inclined. Installation was a breeze as there were only 2 cables to hook-up: power, and RCA jacks. I piped it into my receiver and hit the power button and bingo! it found my network over it's installed handy dandy wireless network adapter (G). It prompted me for my password, which I entered (by turning the knob, which was kind of a pain) and it connected no problem. You can also wire your connection through the network cable slot in the back, however, no network cable was included.

After that, I chose internet radio and I had choices galore. The real beauty of this device is how you can personalize it. Got a Pandora account? Pipe it through this baby with ease. How about Live365? You can do that too. Want to search the internet radio via genre? No sweat. Absolutely amazing I tell you.

I created my Grace account, added stations online and podcasts and after unplugging the device and plugging back in (yah, they tell you to do that so it updates the streams), my customization was found on the device and away I went.

Here is the absolute frosting on the cake...I'm now streaming all of my music from my laptop and external hard drive to this device! Sort by genre, album, album artist, create a queue, you name it, this thing can do it. This kills the Windows Media Center that never worked right with my 360.

Who knew you could have so much fun with a radio??
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Verified Purchase
I was looking for a replacement for my Sirius "Table Top" radio which began having connection problems. I needed something which had a line out jack. I chose this radio after much shopping and comparing features of other Grace radios. This model has an Ethernet jack in addition to wireless - a good feature to have if you have a flaky wireless network.

Grace opened up a whole world of listening for me, rather than just listening to Sirius streaming. So many stations and options.

The good:

Total time it took me to bring the box in from the car to listening to music: 30 minutes, without reading the manual. That included removing my TTR1, hunting for an audio cable, entering my WEP password, entering my Sirius password, and entering my computer password to browse. I have a Mac running Snow Leopard and Grace logged in without problems and was browsing my disk. I registered the radio and added my free Pandora account. It was playing for a while before I heard a commercial, so I upgraded my Pandora account to their paid service to never hear advertising again.

The network settings allowed me to connect DHCP or modify the DNS, gateway, and IP address. I tweaked the settings to set a static IP address on the network. The audio seems better than the Sirius TTR1 as well.

Digital optical output jack is available.

The presets switch service as well as station. I can easily switch between Sirius channel presets and Pandora presets. The radio appears to keep playing the old station while it acquires the new one, decreasing dead air time.

The bad:

Bear in mind these are complicated beasts. Performance relies on your Internet provider and the equipment you have installed.
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