- Brand Name: MYIAA
- Model Number: LV001-B
- Color: black
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 30 days
Livio LV001-B Internet Radio Featuring Pandora (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Also includes additional 16,000 Internet radio stations through Reciva
- Works independently from a computer
- Uses a wireless Internet connection
- Automatic software updates with new stations and features
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From the Manufacturer
Rock Out to Pandora and 20,000 Stations with the Livio Radio Featuring Pandora:
Pandora is a free, personalized Internet radio service, available anytime and anywhere on the PC, in the home and on mobile devices. Pandora is based on the Music Genome Project™, which began in 2000 and is the most thorough analysis of popular music ever undertaken. By simply entering a favorite song or artist, a listener is instantly launched into a personalized listening experience. Today, Pandora has a growing user base of more than 60 million registered listeners.
The Livio Radio featuring Pandora is an Internet radio solution for home use and is the first dedicated device to offer Pandora's signature "thumbs-up, thumbs-down" controls on both the front panel and a remote with unlimited access to the service. In addition to Pandora customized radio stations, users have access to an additional 20,000 Internet radio streams from around the world with no subscriptions or monthly fees!
How It Works
Comes With Everything You Need. No Installation Necessary.
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Top Customer Reviews
For all of its exceptional qualities, the sound quality is disappointing. With one speaker, the bass is truly lacking (and I don't like heavy bass). The sound doesn't seem "full." There are jacks in the back to connect stereo speakers but I'm not sure how that would work or whether I want to go through the effort. I bought this radio based on a review in the Boston Globe. They mentioned the Squeezebox Boom as having the highest quality sound. Of course, that radio was significantly more expensive and doesn't have Pandora controls. Neither radio has an iPod connection and they don't have back-up batteries. Neither has iTunes tagging (seriously?!).
All in all, I'm very happy. When they develop a radio with audiophile-quality sound, I'll be in line to buy one.Read more ›
an "internet radio" uses your internet connection (it makes a wireless connection to your main computer or it makes a network connection -- via an ethernet cable connected to your main computer -- to SHARE your internet connection just as another computer might). then, as long as you remain connected to the internet, you can play music (as, for example, from Pandora) as long as you wish. you can use the single (but effective) speaker in the Livio Radio or you can connect the radio to your home music system via a stereo cable.
in addition to Pandora (where you, in effect, create your own radio station -- but may, in the future, have to pay a nominal monthly fee for copyright purposes), there are thousands (yes, thousands) of FREE internet radio stations that you can use this radio to listen to (by connecting you to these stations from all over the world via the internet). the livio comes with a small remote control, an internal "program" for easily setting up the radio to connect to your Pandora account, another for connecting to "Reciva" and all those free internet radio stations, volume controls, mutes, etc.
the radio is well-built and, after a few weeks of using it, i have no complaints whatsoever. it's a delight.Read more ›
In short, my reasons are: 1) poor sound quality; 2) horribly-written instructions that are guaranteed to waste a lot of your time; 3) clumsy, obtuse interface and a non-intuitive menu system; 4) a remote control which works, at most, within a 9-foot range and which must be pointed directly at the receiver.
True confession, I am an audiophile. But that doesn't mean I expect audiophile quality from a small black box with a relatively small speaker. I have three Tivoli Audio Model Ones for which I paid $99 each and, except for volume limitations, I'm quite happy with. Since the Livio resembles the Model One, I wrongly assumed the audio quality would be similar. The Livio sounds like a cheap clock radio with a wet washcloth draped over the speaker, with dull, muted treble, flat, one-dimensional mid-range, and non-existent bass. Even my wife couldn't stand to listen to it, and she's not an audiophile by any stretch. Some of the problems with the instructions are listed below. Regarding the interface, if it were up to me, I'd refine the menu hierarchy, clarify the choices, indicate where the user should scroll down for further menu items, and find a better way to enter data. I found the remote too small and far too picky about where it's pointed.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I know it's discontinued now but I just have to comment on how we've enjoyed this for years now. Do not look forward to the day it fails us. I use it with the stereo or by itself. Read morePublished 20 months ago by AM
I love my internet radio. It is somewhat positional in home according to where wifi signal is the strongest, otherwise-Love itPublished on January 18, 2014 by Cmason
This is the best Pandora radio by far. I adore it! I have it in my dining rm/kitchen area and it always seems to be on. I love the size, weight, and versatility to this radio. Read morePublished on June 23, 2013 by badapple
Bought last year. FINALLY gave up after losing connection severaL HUNDRED TIMES. This is NOT a connection problem at my home as we have netflix and never have these issues when... Read morePublished on May 4, 2013 by Kevin Ham
Great product. My husband uses it with the central music system in his medical office and loves it. No static or skipping of stations.Published on March 22, 2013 by Deal seeker.
I love this thing. I live in Chicago but am from Ireland. This thing keeps me connected to local news and I love that. Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by Liam McLoughlin
Does not work anymore. Company web site went down as soon as they stopped selling consumer products. Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by DTwins